Hell yes it does, hell yes. Thanks to Meg for sending “August 1st, G st and 7th SE.”
Photo by PoPville flickr user Jim Havard
From an email:
“Sunrise Senior Living is looking for a few dedicated adult volunteers that are available to volunteer at our assisted living community in Upper N.W. D.C.:
We need volunteers
Wednesday Mornings (10:30-2) to assist us with our weekly outings to local restaurants , museums and other outings.
Dedicated volunteers to read to residents the newspapers and mail
Friday and Sundays at 2 pm to assist with Bingo, discussion groups or Scrabble
If they are interested they can call (202) 966-8020 and ask for the activity department.”
courtesy 2SCALE HOSPITALITY
From a press release:
“Founder and co-owner Jonathan Nelms announces plans to open D.C.’s first Georgian restaurant, Supra, coming this fall to Washington’s Shaw neighborhood at 1205 11th Street, NW. The kitchen will be helmed by Chef Malkhaz Maisashvili, who brings over 25 years’ experience preparing Georgian cuisine and is the former Chef of the Embassy of Georgia in Washington. Taking its name from the Georgian word for a traditional celebratory feast, Supra will open later this fall with lunch, brunch, and dinner service. (more…)
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. AdoPtville is run by two volunteers who compile these pets weekly from local shelters.
“BoBo is an approximately 5-year-old Hound / Shar-Pei mix, rescued from a high-kill shelter in West Virginia. BoBo is a very gentle, loving boy who only wants to be petted and loved. He likes everyone he meets! He is great with other dogs and with cats. He does have some wrinkly skin issues, but loves his baths. He needs daily eye drops, too. But the love he gives is worth the little extra effort! If you are interested in adopting BoBo, please contact Linda Baker, at Linda.Baker@RuffRanchSanctuary.com”
“Waterfall is one extraordinary kitty! He was found in a ditch, severely injured and sick, but a wonderful animal control officer, the staff of a big city shelter, and King Street Cats all knew he was worth saving. After losing an eye, having major injuries, parasites, and all manner of difficulties, this happy boy SINGS when he plays. What a trouper! His foster mom says that, in addition to his obvious handsomeness, Waterfall has a big personality, a joyful spirit, and a gentle soul. He loves playing and running around but also loves to be held so he can snuggle up really close.
Waterfall would do best in a house with other cats, but no dogs. He is still scared of dogs and loud noises, and prefers having some company. To find out more about Waterfall and to apply to adopt him, please check out his website.”
A reader reports around 2:30pm:
“Cyclist Hit – 1400 block P Street, NW. Cyclist was at least conscious on stretcher while being loaded into ambulance.”
13th and T Street, NW
This rental is located at 1746 Columbia Road, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1700 / 1br – Awesome One-Bedroom Apt in Adams Morgan!
Located on Floor #: 3
Parking Spaces: street parking
Pets Allowed: No pets allowed, but service & companion animals are welcome
Looking for a home? There are plenty of houses and condos open for viewing this weekend.
Below are a few highlights that are new-ish to the market OR just had their price reduced. For the entire list click here.
2302 17th Street NW
Agent: David Bediz
Open Saturday 1-3PM
Open Sunday 1-4PM
List Price: $1,325,000
AdMo rowhouse with 2 units means an immediate rental property to offset your mortgage and makes the double master bedroom suites worth the price.
4000 Tunlaw Road NW # 804
Agent: Ellen Berger
Open Sunday 1-4PM
List Price: $220,000
Studio in Glover Park is about $20k cheaper than others sold in the building and one of only a few that have even been listed in the past 5 years.
“Good morning. Members of the Third District Crime Suppression Team (CST) and the Narcotics and Special Investigations Division (NSID) conducted another prostitution enforcement operation last night/early this morning in the area of 12th Street and Massachusetts Avenue NW in response to community concerns regarding an increase in visible prostitution activities. The operation resulted in the arrests of 7 males and 4 females for prostitution related offenses. We will continue our efforts in the area in hopes of making a lasting impact on this illegal activity.”
My favorite from Capitol Hill
Thanks to Doug for sending the video: