Raccoon dying of rabies outside my office (Wyoming at 18th) in Adams Morgan. Damn it is sad to watch. Heads up that there may be others around too.
I’ve called DC animal control 3x since 7 AM and they sent someone out but the truck were apparently flagged down by MPD en route.
Could be another illness but the signs of late stage rabies are present: (more…)
This car has flat tires, parked in an emergency no parking zone, and hasn’t been ticketed or towed – apparently for years. How is this possible?”
‘What Happened Here’ by Dan Silverman: Citizen of the District of Columbia
It was a hot day. You could practically see the steam rising from the sidewalks. But it was an even hotter night and Victor didn’t get a wink of sleep. The A/C unit overloaded in his apartment and of course the sirens were blaring like clockwork on Columbia Road, which kept Victor, or Vic as all his gambling buddies called him, up all night tossing and turning. And thinking about Holly, where was Holly tonight? He pulled his last Parliament out of a soft pack and it was cracked. Of course it was. Sleep finally came at 5:34am just as his neighbor’s dog started barking for his morning walk. Vic let out a mighty cough and a mightier curse. Of course it was a good thing for Vic that he did wake because he forgot he left his wallet at the newly reopened Habana Village down the block. (more…)
via google maps
Ed. Note: Apologies for the delay in posting these (and others), I was traveling this weekend. If you’re looking for info as it’s happening, it is posted on our twitter. Thanks to all who messaged us.
From MPD Sunday May 26:
“The Fourth District was working a shooting in the 1300 block of Newton St NW that occurred early this morning at approximately 5:00 am. One victim was shot once in the shoulder. The victim is being treated at a local hospital. This is not an active event and patrol units will remain vigilant and visible in the area following this incident. The case is still under investigation, any information please contact 2027279099″
1747 Columbia Road NW. Photo by MetroWinesDC
MetroWinesDC reported around 4:30pm yesterday: (more…)
1864 Columbia Road, NW
I’ve been getting lots of emails from folks asking for updates on the Streets Market coming to the old Metro K space. I’m told they are just waiting on a construction permit but they are definitely still coming. If all goes well they should open in the fourth quarter of 2019.
22nd and N Street, NW
Also the Streets coming to the West End is on track to open in the third quarter of this year.
Updates as we get exact opening dates at both locations.
Albemarle and 40th Street, NW. Photo by Katelynd Anderson
Also from Wawa:
“Wawa is continuing expansion in DC with this new Columbia Heights store with two more stores under construction and set to open as follows: 40th & Albemarle St., in Tenleytown, set to open in June of 2019 and 2424 18th St., NW [Adams Morgan] set to open during the third quarter of 2019. (more…)
1780 Columbia Road, NW
From Councilmember Silverman’s office:
“In response to a request from two D.C. Council members, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has issued a legal opinion concluding that the Bowser Administration does not have authority to waive specific D.C. hiring requirements put in law in order for the Line Hotel to qualify for a taxpayer subsidy worth up to $46 million. Earlier this month, the Department of Employment Services (DOES) found that the hotel had not met two of seven specific requirements legislated by the Council but said the agency had the ability to create an alternative compliance plan.
“The Adams Morgan Hotel Real Property Tax Abatement Act of 2010 (“Abatement Act”) grants the Line Hotel a tax abatement if the Hotel meets seven statutory conditions. You asked whether the Department of Employment Services (“DOES”) may waive those conditions. We conclude that it may not,” Racine wrote. (more…)
Thanks to John Anthony for sending yesterday:
“18th & Columbia at 11am. Doors were very locked. Incidents like this aren’t spasms anymore.”
Ed. Note: After my initial posting MPD contacted me and I put them in touch with OP. Their investigation is ongoing.
You did this story…
There are odd fliers at that spot now directing people to a Facebook page. I imagine this adds to the oddness of the initial event.” (more…)