Back in September we learned that Maison Kayser was coming to 7th and Mass Ave, NW. Looks like another one is coming to F Street too – across from the National Press building between 13th and 14th. My people familiar with Maison Kayser tell me that this is very good news indeed.
Check out some of their menus here. Stay tuned for opening dates.
Well worth a visit. World Press Photo Exhibition 2017:
“The World Press Photo Exhibition represents the year’s best visual journalism and is seen by 4 million people in 100 cities across the globe. Lightscape is bringing the Exhibition to Washington DC, home of the people and institutions that drive thinking and decision-making on the issues behind the photographs. We are working with leading universities, think-tanks, embassies, international-, media- and civil society organizations to tell the stories behind the photos.
The images cover a broad range of topics and explore refugees/migration, conflicts in the Middle-East, climate change, race and policing, gender identity, and the human impact of the Zika virus, but also the US Rio Olympic team, National Geographic images of pandas, Usain Bolt’s golden smile, Chinese gymnasts and a Spanish cultural festival. This is photojournalism at its best and most thought-provoking.
The venue is the Dupont Underground, the abandoned trolley station beneath Dupont Circle. This massive space will house 22 projectors casting 13′ images of the year’s most important stories, a wall of large prints of WPP prize-winning photographs and a retrospective of 60 years of Photos of the Year. There will be side-exhibitions from NPR, the International Women’s Media Foundation and 2x WPP, Pulitzer and Anja Niedringhaus awardee Stephanie Sinclair.
The goal is simple: to use photojournalism to humanize complex issues, to bring people together to discuss and to learn, to support informed debate about the issues facing our communities, countries and the world around us.”
The gingkos have failed us!! Well not the stink – but what the hell is this?!?!
Thanks to Mug of Glop for tagging PoPville on Instagram for this better illustration:
Thanks to Richard for sending: “From our Brookland garden: jalapeños, Thai bird chilies, and one yuzu.”
Impala. Woodley Park.
Join local DC startup cove for the Launch Party of their newest neighborhood workspace in Dupont Circle on Wednesday, November 15 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at 1666 Connecticut Ave NW. There will be food from Luke’s Lobster and Popped. Republic, music and giveaways from partners at Getaround and Via. RSVP at cove.is/dupont.
Cove Dupont is the DC-based startup’s most spacious location that opened this month, just north of the Circle. It’s the latest addition to cove’s network of neighborhood workspaces, geared for productivity and built for people who need a place to get things done outside the house, and away from the crowded coffee shop or sea of office cubes.
Cove has been building workspaces across DC and Boston for the last few years. Having already tested the waters out in Dupont Circle in September 2013, cove has finally returned to the Circle with 5,000 sq. ft. and floor-to-ceiling windows that stretch across its storefront on Connecticut Ave.
The beautifully designed workspace features plenty of seating in both quiet and social areas, high speed fiber internet, private call spaces and meeting rooms, a large event space, speciality coffee, beverages, snacks and tons of natural light. Basically where you want to be, and where you want to work.
1200 19th Street, NW
From a press release:
“On Thursday, November 23, Teddy & the Bully Bar will host a Thanksgiving meal for a total of 30 women from local charity N Street Village. Teddy & the Bully Bar, located at 1200 19th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, will provide transportation for the 30 attendees, along with a Thanksgiving buffet featuring traditional dishes such as Leaping Waters Farm roasted turkey, buttermilk potatoes, challah stuffing, and more. The meal will take place from 10am-12pm in one of the restaurant’s private dining rooms prior to the restaurant opening to the public for their annual Thanksgiving dinner being served from 1pm-8pm. (more…)
still haunting my dreams
From the Mayor’s Office:
“Today, Mayor Bowser led a community “rat walk” in the Dupont Circle neighborhood to discuss concerns around rat abatement and highlight the District’s rodent control efforts, including The Lab @ DC’s Rodent Abatement Predictive Analysis project. Washington, DC’s rodent population is believed to have risen in recent years as a result of warmer winters. Last year, the number of 311 requests for rodent abatement increased by 65 percent from 2,300 in 2015 to more than 3,500 in 2016. The District takes a comprehensive approach to rodent control that includes community outreach, surveys, abatement, enforcement, and cooperation between multiple DC agencies.
“Rats are an issue I take very seriously and my team is being innovative, proactive, and strategic in our approach,” said Mayor Bowser. (more…)
I’m a student at UDC. Our Adobe Programs have been down for almost a month and the university forgot and refused to pay the license for our programs. So basically we can’t learn anything. We have been fighting the bureaucratic system here at the University and their inability to take our program seriously. On behalf of my fellow students we would greatly appreciate it if you could post a story to shed some light on this situation.
Currently, most of the professors have said they were told it was a licensing issue and that it was likely unpaid but some have honestly no idea why its not working.
I talked to a rep at the Dean’s office and they told me they would quote “rather speak to professors and not students about this situation.” Which I don’t quite understand.”
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.
“Fred of Cleveland Park has overcome the only thing preventing him from reading: his height.”
“Donna Martin of Kalorama Triangle”