I’d like to give a shoutout to JoseLo Gutierrez and his small business, City Acupuncture Circle.
As has been the case for many small business owners, the pandemic really affected his business, and with remote work still popular, he isn’t getting as much foot traffic as he used to.
He’s a true master of his craft and helps with everything from back pain and headaches to insomnia and more.
Given that so many people are making resolutions and starting new habits for 2023, I thought it would be a nice health and wellness offering for your readers. His location is very convenient (1627 Connecticut Ave NW) and he accepts payment on a sliding scale, to help make it affordable for everyone.”
A reader passes on around 4:40pm (Saturday.) From Alert DC: “Alert: Shooting Investigation in the 1400 block of Spring Road, NW.
1915 18th Street, NW Mike writes: “Broken glass door at bombay streetfood 3 this morning. Off 18/Willard” Ed. Note: Last night The Chocolate House (1904 18th St, NW) wrote us:…
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One of the oldest, youth-led Black History Month film festivals in the Washington Metropolitan area returns for its 20th year, free and open to the public with suggested donations. Solutions Through Film leverages the power of film as a medium