Washington, DC

1527 14th Street, NW

“Dear PoPville,

My husband and I have tried ordering from Great Wall Szechuan House twice this weekend and no one is picking up the phone. I know there were reports last month about them possibly closing, but we just ordered maybe 2 weeks ago without a problem. Have you heard anything about whether or not they’re still open?”

1120 19th Street, NW

Stacie asks: “has anyone checked on Kostas and Greek Deli? Office is in Foggy Bottom, but working from home in NoVa and fretting about not being able to support them right now.”

UPDATE on Greek Deli! “Greek Deli is still open! 11am-2pm for pickup, not sure if they’re doing delivery.” Read More


Inside 1140 Connecticut Avenue, NW. Photo by flickr user Aaron Webb

Thanks to those who sent from DC Improv:

“From Allyson Jaffe, owner and comedy school principal:

The last two weeks have been a nightmare with the last two days putting the nail in the coffin. Here’s the other side to the quarantine. Today I had to lay off almost my entire staff (50 people). Their worlds have been rocked and lives are forever changed. The DC Improv is closed for who knows how long. I have no idea if my business will be able to weather this storm and reopen. I have had to make some of the most difficult decisions of my life all while trying to keep it together and handle the anxiety of our customers and staff. I have never been so sad in my life. My heart breaks for all of my employees who I cannot help as I try to salvage the business I devoted close to 22 years to. I am grateful to the comedians who performed at the club this past weekend to give just a bit of relief to us during this chaos. I’m a survivor and have been through a lot in my life. I will do whatever I can to try to get through this with the goal of getting my crew back together again as soon as possible. This has been devastating but the one thing I know is that we need comedy more than ever.” Read More


Photo by PoPville flickr user small craft

From MPD:

From Friday, February 28, 2020 through Tuesday, March 3, 2020, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference will take place in the District of Columbia.  In conjunction with this event, there will be several street closures and parking restrictions the public and motorists should take into consideration.

The following streets will be closed from 4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2020 to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday March 3, 2020: Read More


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