see interactive map here
2018 FIFA World Cup Extended Hours (PDF)
“Under the 2018 World Cup Extended Hours program, 75 licensees have been approved to sell alcohol one hour earlier during the FIFA World Cup Tournament. Establishments that registered with the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) are permitted to allow the sale, service and consumption of alcoholic beverages beginning at 7:00 a.m. daily from June 14 to July 15, 2018.”
Photo by PoPville flickr user Pablo Raw
And speaking of the World Cup – get ready for 2026 too!! From MLS:
“The 2026 World Cup is coming to North America! The United Bid, which was jointly submitted by the federations of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, emerged as the winning bid after a public vote held among FIFA’s member nations on the eve of the 2018 World Cup.
Potential 2026 World Cup host cities (up to 16 cities of the 23 below will be chosen to actually host World Cup games):
New York/New Jersey
San Francisco Bay Area
Thanks to V. for sending from a Kia seen in Mount Pleasant.
2425 18th Street, NW photo by Luke Berndt Luke writes: “I feel old and sad… end of an era. I used to see Scott every morning walking his dogs as…
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14th and W Street, NW Thanks to all for sending messages about Tatte’s latest opening tomorrow May, 31st:
We are excited to announce the latest exciting new brand, Nary Resort, to join the growing list of local and global ethical brands at Slow Down Market. Come and discover this wonderful Brooklyn based resort collection, founded by three sisters making sustainable summer wear in a small sewing collective in Cambodia, using beautiful, deadstock linen. We are a functional multi-retail boutique and multi-disciplinary events space embracing slow and sustainable fashion, artisanal craftswo/manship, and showcasing independent designers. Launched in October 2022 in the north end of Dupont Circle, we are more than just a shopping destination. From art shows to wine tastings, the space hosts a variety of creative collaborations and community events featuring local artists, makers and musicians. Join us for Dupont First Friday Art and refreshments on Friday, June 2, from 5-8p.m. as we celebrate the paintings of local artist Martina Sestakova.
Our airy space features brands and designers that espouse slow fashion principles. Visitors can shop designer apparel, vintage clothing, women’s footwear, homeware, luxury accessories including jewelry and handmade women’s handbags, and gifts, from local sustainable and ethical brands as well as small, international designers curated just for the market.
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The Emma’s Torch Brunch Club, Summer 2023
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Enjoy a prix-fixe menu, family style. And the food? It’s oh-so-good while doing good.
The mouth-watering dishes will be made by our 3rd cohort of DC-area students, who will showcase their culinary skills and gain
Neighbor to Neighbor Day
Learn, serve, and celebrate! Join A Wider Circle for Neighbor to Neighbor Day: a day of learning opportunities (including a panel discussion featuring WAMU’s Michael King and Morgan Baskin), special volunteer projects, plus carnival games, arts and crafts, delicious food