Washington, DC

Photo by Jen Tuohy

“Dear PoPville,

I keep hearing the dog park is the place to meet people, maybe it’s true! I had a long chat with Lucie the husky’s dad at the Newark St. dog park on Saturday, but left quickly when the rain started without getting his name. Now that our dogs figured out how to play together, puppy and coffee date? Read More

Wisconsin and Macomb Street, NW

Unfortunately more carjackings reported yesterday. Stacc Janford reported at 5:07pm “carjacking in broad day light at 3401 Idaho Ave NW. More cops showing up and some heading south down Wisconsin Ave”

Updates when/if more is released about the above.

And from MPD: “Suspect Sought in an Armed Carjacking (Gun) Offense: 1500 Block of 17th Street, Northwest Read More


From a press release:

“Washington National Cathedral will host a new art exhibit showcasing thousands of paper doves suspended from the Cathedral’s vaulted, 100-foot-high ceiling, beginning next week through May 2021. The “Les Colombes” exhibit is by German artist Michael Pendry, who has created similar works at Cathedrals around the world, and symbolizes the Biblical theme of hope and optimism heading into the new year after a very challenging 2020. Read More


Photo by Brandon Kopp

From an email:

“Washington National Cathedral will toll its bells 300 times on Tuesday, Dec. 15 starting at 5 p.m. ET, in memory of the 300,000 Americans who have died of COVID-19.

The Very Rev. Randolph Marshall Hollerith, the Cathedral’s dean, also released this statement:

“We have reached the point in America where the death toll from COVID-19 for just one day was the equivalent of 16 fully loaded 737 jets falling from the sky. Read More


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