35 Sutton Square, SW courtesy Cordial
From a press release:
“Cordial Craft Wine, Beer, & Spirits, one of DC’s most beloved retailers, has opened its second location at 35 Sutton Square, SW at the new Wharf development in the city’s Southwest Waterfront. The 525 square-foot space features floor-to-ceiling custom millwork showcasing Cordial’s off-the-beaten-booze-path stock. Founder Eric Rohleder and his team source unique local products, independent imports, and specialties from boutique distributors and smaller, lesser-known producers to expand your palate.
“Our team is passionate to help small producers of craft wine, beers, and spirits come to market. And more passionate to help our amazing customers find the exact bottle(s) they want, no matter their preference or price point,” says Rohleder, owner. (more…)
N Street at New York Ave, NW.
16th Street just north of U Street.
You can see what it used to look like here.
Florida Ave, NE near Union Market.
More after the jump. (more…)
Thanks to Susan for sending at 4:30pm. Drive safely out there!
via The Parks at Walter Reed
From a press release:
“The Parks at Walter Reed will host a new Holiday Reflection & Tree Lighting event, bringing the community together on Saturday, November 18, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. to remember the history of the campus and ring in the Winter season.
This inaugural celebration event will feature seasonal music sung by The Marquees, commemorative ribbon decorating, festive snacks and the lighting of a 20-foot holiday tree. The evening celebrates the rich history of the Walter Reed Campus, while looking forward to the future of the new development. People with close ties to the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center will join us to share stories from their time onsite, and holiday traditions they enjoyed. (more…)
“WASHINGTON, DC: PLEASE KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR WINNIE (GOLDEN RETRIEVER). Our building (Capitol View on 14) reported that an Asian man who claimed to be a dog walker, picked her up several hours ago and did not return her. We are desperately searching for her.”
Update: “thank you everyone. She’s been located. It was a new dog walker for the building across the street (same apartment #) and he just returned her. Honestly the most traumatizing half hour of our lives worrying about our little girl but she’s safe and sound (and we have implemented a new security process with the building for her walks). Thank you everyone for the quick attention to Winnie!!”
Photo by PoPville flickr user Bekah Richards
From Alert DC:
“DHS reports the Hypothermia Alert will be activated at 7:00 PM tonight. According to NWS the current temperature is 43 degrees with continued precipitation. Tonights low temperature is expected to be 40 degrees with a wind chill low of 36 degrees with rain ending by midnight.
In accordance with the 2017-18 District of Columbia Winter Plan for the Homeless, The Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH) along with Department of Human Services (DHS), will activate the Hypothermia Alert. To request shelter transport for DC residents who are homeless and on the street contact the Shelter Hotline (202) 399-7093, or 311.”