395 Morse Street, NE. Also future home to Trader Joe’s and Pluma Cafe
A liquor license placard has been posted for Shouk in Union Market:
“A new casual, quick-service restaurant, serving 100% vegetarian Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food. Seating capacity of 32 inside. Total Occupancy Load of 32. Sidewalk Café
with 16 seats. No entertainment, performances or dancing.”
Shouk is “expected to open in early 2018 in The Edison at Union Market District.”
Check out their K Street menu here.
original 655 K Street, NW location
3426 Connecticut Ave, NW
From the Cleveland Park Business Association:
“Mark your calendars: Starting in December, The Uptown theater will begin showing weekend morning movies–family favorites and classic films–at 10:30 am on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
The series will open on December 2 and 3 with “Elf,” and continue December 9 and 10 with “It’s a Wonderful Life.” The new Star Wars movie will run for the rest of December. Then, a new slate of classics will be announced for January’s weekends.
Come for the movie, check out the Farmers Market (on Saturday), and then grab lunch and shop in Cleveland Park.
Spread the news and plan to support this fun new offering in the neighborhood.”
is, uh, a bit underwhelming:
especially with the bar set so high across the street:
Just so’s you’s knows.
1345 Connecticut Ave, NW
A once sweet city ride on Capitol Hill.
via google maps
I have multiple reports sent at 4:12pm of possible 6-8 shots fired in Columbia Heights around 11th/13th and Monroe St, NW. I’m told police are on the scene. Updates when more is known.
201 Upshur Street, NW
From an email:
“Golden Girls Bingo Night – A benefit for Friends at Petworth Library
The Righteous Babes of BINGO and Friends at Petworth Library invite you to Slash Run for a night of shoulder pads and prizes.
Celebrate your inner octogenarian at Golden Girls BINGO!!!
Bring your friends, bring your pussycat, and bring some cash to support the Petworth library and its staff!
Wednesday Nov. 15, 2017 7:30-10pm“
Until this past Friday, E Street Cinema was set to show Louis C.K.’s new film, “I Love You, Daddy,” on November 17. Unfortunately, its plan changed only after the film’s distributer pulled it following the New York Times‘ expose of C.K.’s extensive history of sexual misconduct.
C.K.’s movie is an homage to his cinematic hero, Woody Allen, who’s made numerous films in which an older man (usually Allen himself) preys upon a very young woman. “I Love You, Daddy” borrows that theme – C.K. plays a wealthy and successful Hollywood-type whose teenage daughter falls victim to a much older man’s predatory advances. As the New Yorker observed, “it’s lamentable that it took the outing of Louis C.K.’s actual misconduct, rather than the movie’s own demerits, to get it off the calendar”.
E Street’s intention to ever show this film was questionable and concerning, both in light of its facially repugnant themes and the rumors about C.K. that have swirled for years (with increased pace and urgency over the last few weeks). I found the juxtaposition of watching a preview for the film at E Street before “Jane” – a beautiful account of a woman who overcame countless sexist obstacles to make indelible contributions to animal science – especially jarring.
E Street’s decision to show “I Love You, Daddy” was ultimately made for it, but it still has a choice as to whether to show Woody Allen’s films.
As a formerly obsessive, longtime Woody Allen fan, I was guilty of ignoring or excusing not just the heinous accusations against him, but the unassailable facts we know – his relationships with teenage girls onscreen and his sexual relationship with a teenage girl to whom he was a father-like figure (whom he eventually married). His dismissive response to the Harvey Weinstein revelations (you “don’t want it to lead to a witch hunt atmosphere, a Salem atmosphere”) is the latest example. During this overdue moment of national reckoning over sexual misconduct, it’s important for all of us to face the truths about prominent figures that have long been brushed under the rug.
The tired argument that an artist’s artistic and life choices should be viewed separately rings especially false when his art imitates his life. Theaters like E Street – renowned for championing socially-conscious and culturally-relevant work – should stop providing a platform to filmmakers who seek to normalize and celebrate sexual misconduct.”
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.
“Evangeline of Woodley Park at the Newark Street Dog Park.”
“Carmen of Woodley Park, lounging.”
Update: Crosby found!
Thanks to Anna for sharing from DDOT:
“Welcome to the District Department of Transportation’s (DDOT) Visitor Parking Pass
District of Columbia residents may register for a visitor parking pass online, or by contacting the DDOT Call Center at (202) 671-2700. An annual VPP is free for eligible residents.
To register for a 2018 Visitor Parking Pass online, please follow these six easy steps: (more…)