by Prince Of Petworth August 8, 2017 at 10:01 pm 0

Thanks to Patti for sending:

“Here’s an early July harvest and an early August harvest from Petworth. Yellow squash, zucchini, chard, strawberries and a lone tomato in July (I planted the tomatoes a bit late this year). Sungold and grape tomatoes, purple and green pole beans, the last of the chard, radishes, turnips and a TON of radish/turnip greens from August (I don’t think I thinned the radishes/turnips enough earlier this season, so a lot of them never matured but did produce the tasty green tops!) Anyone have a good recipe to use up a boatload of spicy greens??”

If you get a great one please send an email to [email protected] with ‘Great Garden Haul’ in the subject line along with a photo and description of your haul including what neighborhood you’re in. Try to get yours in by Labor Day. Thanks!

by Prince Of Petworth August 8, 2017 at 4:00 pm 0

11th and U Street, NW

For all who’ve been asking – the next PoPville Happy Hour has been set for next Tuesday the 15th at Solly’s! You can put a reminder in your Facebook here or just show up and drink some beers with us. Get me drunk and find out how I really feel about stained glass!! And for all who’ve been looking for PoPville shirts – I’ll be bringing them with me too. Cheers!

by Prince Of Petworth August 8, 2017 at 3:00 pm 0

If you have any animal/pet photos you’d like to share please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘Animal Fix’ in the title and say the name of your pet and your neighborhood.

“Here’s Finn from Bloomingdale enjoying patio weather at Crisp! You can follow his (and his brother’s) adventures @winston_and_finn_of_dc.”

“It’s Maxie and Duke’s world. We’re just living in it. Humane Rescue Alliance adoptees from Logan Circle.”

“Leo of Capitol Hill. Just a schnauzer trying to keep cool on a hot day.”

by Prince Of Petworth August 8, 2017 at 2:30 pm 0

“Dear PoPville,

For some time, a small group of residents in Bloomingdale has worked aggressively in the neighborhood to promote historic district designation.  It’s obvious that the area is extremely divided about the idea.  While many would like to stop the ugly popups, there is a wide variety of opinion when it comes to whether the blunt hammer of the historic preservation law is a good idea.  Existing residents are concerned that roof decks may not be able to be added, and that in general the cost of renovations will be unnecessarily higher because of the HPRB process and materials requirements. (more…)


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