This is formerly home to the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America.
1716 14th Street, NW
You can see some renderings here.
Art by Heavyweight Art
This photo is gonna get as much use as my dumpster fire one.
Thanks to Kate for sending from East Potomac Park.
If you spot a dockless bike in an odd location please send a photo in an email and mention where you spotted it to [email protected] and I’ll add it to the queue. Where’d You Find A Dockless Bike Today? is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.
Thanks to Prathap for sending from Petworth.
Ed. Note: There was definitely enough interest for me to lead a walking tour here so let me find a good day but I’m thinking Saturay October 28th – how does that sound to the folks who were interested?
It had been 35 days since our last heads up…
“WMATA reports delays on the red line at Farragut North (1705 K St NW) subway station due to fire activity. FEMS is on scene investigating and track inspections are being conducted.”
“Red Line: Expect residual delays in both directions due to an earlier track problem outside Farragut North.”
1827 Adams Mill Road, NW
And the people are not pleased. Holy smokes thanks to all for messaging us about One Medical:
“We want you to know about some important changes regarding your CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield coverage.
Beginning December 18, 2017, One Medical will no longer be an in-network provider through CareFirst. Please contact us at 202.204.7440 or [email protected] for additional details. We’re here to help you understand what these changes may mean for you and to offer options that allow you to continue your care with One Medical.
The One Medical Team”
Update: Another reader writes:
This is where people can complain!”
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.
“This is Sadie of Truxton Circle. She narrowly escaped Hurricane Irma in South Carolina and is taking to D.C. life just fine.”
“Pepper from Petworth says… oh hai!”
Photo by PoPville flickr user Miki J.
Odd question. What’s the etiquette when a neighbor repeatedly knocks on your back door to ask for money?
Longtime DC resident/renter, but my wife and I just bought a small row home on a mixed income, mixed age, mixed race, mixed family, block in Columbia Heights earlier this year. Within our first couple months in the new house some young neighbors that we had not previously met, but share an alley with, began coming through our back patio gate unannounced (the fence and gate are chest height and easily jumped over, so we don’t bother locking it), knocking on our back door, and asking for money (for diapers, auto repairs etc.).
My wife obliged and gave them a little money once or twice, but declined the third time. (more…)