Snapped some of my favorites from Mount Pleasant this week.
This rental is located at 916 G Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
photo by Geoff Livingston “Dear PoPville, I just celebrated one year postpartum after having a rough delivery and preemie in the NICU, and I’d like to commemorate this with some (real)…
2624 Georgia Ave, NW America’s Best Wings and Liquor Store opened up a bit further uptown on Georgia near the Petworth metro stop back in December. Stay tuned for an…
Thanks to Devika for sending: “Copperhead snake on the loop at Roosevelt Island! Be careful out there!” If you spot a hawk, any interesting wildlife or celebrity skateboarder Tony Hawk,…
Polishing • Plating • Repair
Cherry Blossom Healing Arts is Washington DC’s best acupuncture and herbal medicine clinic. Located in Woodley Park, DC, we practice integrative medicine and take a personalized approach to your healthcare needs. We have helped thousands of busy Washingtonians improve their health and quality of life through treatment in our clinic.
Cherry Blossom Healing Arts is delighted to announce Xudong Wang is joining our team as an associate acupuncturist and herbalist. She utilizes all modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) including acupuncture, herbal medicine, moxibustion, cupping, gua sha, TCM food therapy, and wellness planning to address a wide variety of health concerns. She is accepting new patients and you can schedule online with her by clicking here.
You deserve to feel better! We are here to support and guide you on your way to vibrant health. We also accept insurance and are open 7 days per week.
The Emma’s Torch Brunch Club, Summer 2023
Ready to experience the magic?
Enjoy a prix-fixe menu, family style. And the food? It’s oh-so-good while doing good.
The mouth-watering dishes will be made by our 3rd cohort of DC-area students, who will showcase their culinary skills and gain
Neighbor to Neighbor Day
Learn, serve, and celebrate! Join A Wider Circle for Neighbor to Neighbor Day: a day of learning opportunities (including a panel discussion featuring WAMU’s Michael King and Morgan Baskin), special volunteer projects, plus carnival games, arts and crafts, delicious food