I was wondering if any readers have some information about the “house” on the hill above the Dalecarlia Reservoir/Washington Aqueduct. It’s tucked behind Sibley hospital all by itself on a steep hill overlooking MacArthur Blvd and the reservoir. While built to resemble a home, I’m guessing it’s purpose had to do with the reservoir.
A small sign tacked to the front with a National Park Service emblem reads– “area closed historic preservation work in progress”. However, it clearly hasn’t been touched in years and there’s some lovely Pepe the frog graffiti to complete the dilapidated ambiance.”
Readers report: “Just wanted to let you know there seems to have been a drive by shooting about 20 mins ago (5:30ish) on Georgia Ave by the Petworth Metro stop….
photo by Katie Mercuri Starting getting reports around 8pm Friday night: photo by Cara “What’s happening?” To the videos!
Yesterday there were 58,649 total positives. explore all the official D.C. data here From the Mayor’s Office: “The District’s reported data for September 16, 2021 includes 202 new positive coronavirus…
1073 Wisconsin Avenue, NW (alley) From Blues Alley: “BLUES ALLEY JAZZ is pleased to announce the return of live music entertainment at our iconic Georgetown location in Washington, DC. After…