Washington, DC

Thanks to Beverly for sharing the good news about Honey:

“A happy ending to your tweet from March 30. Honey was found on our block this morning! Thanks to everyone who looked for him over the last nine days! Columbia Heights neighbors are amazing!

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courtesy Ice Cream Jubilee

From a press release:

“Ice Cream Jubilee is reopening their locations at The Yards Park, 301 Water Street SE and at 1407 T Street NW from Thursday through Sunday. Ice Cream Jubilee will offer carry-out ice cream pints, bake-at-home cookie dough, and sundae packages. Ice Cream Jubilee is also bringing back both of its popular ice cream and ice cream cake making classes for adults and kids of all ages to enjoy following the COVID-19 pandemic.  Read More

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courtesy Stable

From an email:

“While the status of Washington’s beloved summer traditions seems uncertain, Stable is resurrecting a warm weather fan favorite, usually debuted on Memorial Day weekend, a little early. On Saturday, April 11th, Stable will bring back their schnaps-spiked popsicles lovingly known as Schnapsicles for brunch carry out and delivery. Packaged as the flavor ice of your wildest Swiss dreams, guests can enjoy a Schnapsicle for a brunch at home or stock their freezer with the much-needed fun and whimsy these boozy treats deliver (move over boring batched meals). Read More

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From MPD:

“The Third District is currently investigating a shooting in the 2100 block of 4th Street NW. Units responding to the area located shell casings, and an adult male walked into an area hospital with a non-life threatening gunshot wound to the lower extremities.

Motorists and pedestrians can expect road closures in the area as we investigate.

Anyone with information is asked to call 202-727-9099.”

A reader reported: Read More

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Photo by Todd

Thanks to Todd (and others) for sending this upsetting scene Saturday (on top of all the reports of parties I received):

“I was out running and saw this (above Saturday) around 430 (from a distance)”

Nikki reports: “The mayor shut it down this morning till 4/24 however business can apply for a waiver of that if they present a social distancing plan.” Read More

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