Oof, thanks to Katrina for sending the above: “In Petworth this morning. Did it rain bowling balls last night?”
And in Navy Yard last night: Read More
We'd be approaching caption contest territory if it wasn't so maddening https://t.co/nZPrAzEuGX
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Thanks to Andrew for sending: “Alley find from a renovation trash dump in Georgetown. It’s a 1920s/30s Miller Company UV light therapy lamp. Any period-appropriate color suggestions for when I restore it?” Read More
Thanks to John for sending the scene above from 7th St, SW and do note the bird on the head.
Without futher ado it’s caption contest time – go!
hahaha thanks to Mathew for sending from H Street, NE!
“Don’t gain the world and lose your soul; wisdom is better than silver and gold” – Bob Marley
Thanks to Dennis Jansen for sending from Mom’s Organic Market on New York Ave, NE: “Someone is using a dinosaur costume as protective gear in the grocery store. I’ve officially seen everything.”
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RudeHaggis with this curious find yesterday. Any ideas or should we just turn this into a straight up caption contest?
Thanks to Brian for sending from Sunday’s Lunar New Year Parade in Chinatown:
“Phil (in black with the hat), Muriel and Jack all one big happy family!!!”
Former Council Member Jack Evans resigned and left the Council on January 17th…
NBC’s Mark Segraves tweeted earlier: “. @ChmnMendelson says it was “inappropriate” for Evans to march in parade with himself and @MayorBowser “After the parade, the Chairman made it clear to Mr. Evans that he should not come up for the presentation of the Council resolution” according to Mendo spokesperson”
Caption Contest – Go!!!
Thanks to Chris for sending this fantastic shot: “Spotted on Georgia Ave at Banneker High School.”
If you spot a hawk or any interesting wildlife around town, lunching or otherwise, and get a good photo please send where you spotted it to [email protected] and I’ll add it to the queue. Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.