Washington, DC

“Citi Open gets the green light to hold 2020 championships in DC the third week in August. (Citi Open Tennis)”

Burned out the Bundesliga? Baseball talks? You’re in luck!

From a press release:

“Three months after the pro tours suspended their seasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ATP and tournament officials announced today that the professional tennis tour will return to the world stage with the Citi Open in Washington, D.C. from August 13-21.

The tournament is working closely with local officials on the health and safety plan in order to secure all the necessary permits and approvals for the event. The current plan is for the Citi Open to host this year’s tournament without fans in attendance, but officials remain optimistic that as the region continues its phased reopening, and conditions improve, they may be granted permission to allow limited fans onsite. Read More


From the good people at From Moreland’s (5501 14th Street, NW):

“This week we have a SUPER LIMITED amount of Gold Rush bottles available. The perfect blend of of bourbon, lemon juice and honey syrup. Shake, pour over ice and enjoy! We also have both the Ginger Manhattan and Tavern Old Fashioned back in stock! These can be ordered online here starting at 4pm today.”

Ed. Note: If you’re wondering why I’m always posting about Moreland’s Tavern it’s because I love Moreland’s! And liquor. And John Denver. And my kids belly laughing when they watch Minions.


Sherman Circle

From MPD:

“The Fourth District is investigating an unlawful discharge of a weapon that occurred on May 25, 2020, at approximately 11:07 PM in the 4700 block of 8th Street NW. No reported injuries however a vehicle was struck.

Anyone with information or video footage is asked to contact MPD at 202-727-9099 or Text 50411.” Read More


via google maps

From MPD:

“On May 10, 2020, at approximately 1:23am in the 5500 block of Colorado Avenue NW, a suspect fired two gunshots. MPD units quickly converged on the area and located ballistic evidence on scene. There were no reports of injury or property damage.

Anyone with information regarding this offense is encouraged to contact MPD at (202) 727-9099.”


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