Not a great parking job, but it’s okay. Because if you look closely at the rear window, there is a homemade sign that reads “NEW DRIVER.” We were thinking that there should probably also be one that states “NEW PARKER.”
Picture taken in Friendship Village.”
inside 5335 Wisconsin Ave NW courtesy Civil
From Civil Cigar Lounge:
“We hate to have to write this, but we need to let the Civil Lounge family know, that this Thursday, September 26, 2019 will be the final night of service at Civil Cigar Lounge. Over the last 7 years we have had the pleasure of creating one of the best cigar lounges for our guests. We have had some exceptional staff, that provided good, comfortable service to a growing clientele both new-comers and regulars. We will truly miss that interaction.
The Chevy Chase Pavilion had chosen to go in a different direction after losing other service and retail tenants over the last two years. We fought to stay as long as we could, using all legal means at our disposal, but our final hearing didn’t go our way. So we are at the end of this particular road.
We are exploring new opportunities to bring Civil back within the District of Columbia. Read More
238 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Thanks to Ryan for sending: “Junction Bistro, Bar, & Bakery is going in at 238 Mass Ave NE beside the Heritage Foundation (across from Union Pub). Said opening Fall 2019.” Read More
2319 Wisconsin Ave, NW
From Tennis Zone Plus:
“New Location: 4839 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., 20016 – Tennis Zone Plus will be moving from its current location of 2319 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., 20007. It will now be just a couple blocks from the Tenleytown-AU Metro Station.
D.C.’s premier tennis store is moving to a larger space to provide its customers with more options than ever before.
Since opening in 2009, Tennis Zone Plus has been a fixture in the D.C. community, becoming a one-stop shop for tennis players of all skill levels. Tennis Zone Plus not only provides the tennis community with the latest gear, it also has a wide variety of items to suit the needs of the squash, racquetball, pickleball, and badminton communities. Read More
“Carol, so help me God if one more person touches the ferns…that’s it!”
The playground at Ft Bayard has been closed for renovation with no progress since December. I’m getting nowhere trying to find out who to contact for information.”
Ed. Note: Looks like this is run by the National Park Service, in which case Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton’s office might be the best bet? Anyone know what’s going on here?
5345 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Thanks to Reid for sending:
“They shut down the bottom floor (out of 3) about 2 weeks ago and pulled the plug on the rest of the store in the last 48 hours.”
Photo by PoPville flickr user Bekah Richards
Update from MPD:
“I am pleased to announce that we made two arrests in reference to the two robberies and the two attempt robberies (and a theft from a CVS) that occurred yesterday. I don’t yet have all the information, but the arrests close the following:
Robbery (snatch) 3620 Connecticut Ave NW 3/19/2019
Robbery (attempt) 3859 Gramercy Street NW 3/19/2019
Robbery (snatch) 4001 Brandywine Street NW 3/19/2019
Robbery ( attempt) 3801 Connecticut Ave NW 3/19/2019
Theft II 3327 Connecticut Ave NW 3/19/2019”
“The Metropolitan Police Department Second District is currently investigating a series of robberies that occurred on yesterday evening, Tuesday, March 19, 2019 between 5pm and 6pm:
4000 block of Brandywine Street, NW CCN: 19-046-543 (Open Case) Read More
Thought you might be interested in this house going up – a teardown of a bungalow and a build of a crazy big house, totally out of proportion to what’s around it. I don’t know the zoning laws but this is taking up the whole lot. You don’t even see the two car garage to the right.
Here is what it’s going to look like – don’t know where the lawn surrounding the house is coming from because there will be no lawn or yard when this house is done.”