Washington, DC

3115 P Street, NW via Georgetown Presbyterian Church

Ed. Note: Georgetown Presbyterian Church is not to be confused with Christ Church Georgetown where “DC Health is recommending a temporarily pause of services at Christ Church Georgetown.”

A reader reports: “A family member was at this service this morning where another congregate stood up, during service, and declared that they had been exposed to COVID-19. This is the response from the church.”

“A Note about COVID-19 from GPC

Dear Church Family,

This morning during worship, a member of GPC publicly stated that she had been exposed to COVID-19. She was seated in the sanctuary and adjacent to a number of people.

First, If you are feeling ill, or suspect you may have been in contact with somebody who has contracted COVID-19, please contact a healthcare professional immediately and refrain from coming to any church events, or any gatherings with large groups.

Here’s what we know. We have twice confirmed that this member attended the Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor, where public reporting stated that an attendee has since been tested positive for COVID-19. She has no knowledge of any direct contact with a person showing signs of illness. Like many CPAC attendees, she greeted and shook hands with many others, including ACU Chair Matt Schlapp, who is known to have been in contact with the person who has become ill. Currently she is not experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or any other illness, and bears a similar risk of having contracted COVID-19 as many other attendees. Read More


31st and O Street, NW via Christ Church Georgetown

From the DC Department of Health Sunday 5:09am:

“As DC Health conducts its review of the presumptive positives of COVID-19 and consults with the CDC, it has determined an individual’s visitation to Christ Church Georgetown warrants precautionary measures. Out of an abundance of caution, DC Health is recommending a temporarily pause of services at Christ Church Georgetown. We are currently conducting an intensive investigation to identify any exposures to COVID-19 that may have occurred at the church. DC Health will reach out to potentially impacted congregants and visitors as we continue to gather to more information to ensure the health and safety of the public.”

From Christ Church Georgetown:

“Christ Church, Georgetown, is a historic and vibrant community of faith in the heart of the nation’s capital. For 200 years, the people of Christ Church have sought to be a body through which the light of Christ is seen and his work is done.”


Inside 1319 Wisconsin Ave, NW. Photos courtesy L.A. Burdick

From an email:

“L.A. Burdick Chocolates will be opening at 1319 Wisconsin Ave, NW in Georgetown this Saturday, March 7.

The location combines a cafe and a store and will offer our full array of European-style artisan chocolates, beverages, and pastries, including our Signature Chocolate Mice, Drinking Chocolate, Chocolate Mousse Cake, among others. We are known for our 33-year tradition of hand-making all our chocolates without using molds, and we look forward to sharing our craft with the DC community.

We will be celebrating the opening with a new chocolate bonbon created exclusively for the new store. In an homage to Washington, DC, it has three different layers featuring cherries: A layer of cherry dark chocolate ganache, a layer of cherry brandy marzipan, and a layer of cherry pate de fruit.

We will also be giving out complimentary hot chocolate on our opening day, March 7.”

Full press release and many mouthwatering photos: Read More


courtesy Allbirds

Ed. Note: This is the former Ben & Jerry’s space.

From an email:

“Every Allbirds store has its own color pop, for the D.C. store the color pop is white, inspired by the architectural monuments of the city.

Each Allbirds store has its own unique three lace colors, that are free with a purchase of a Runner, that reference local themes. In the D.C. store the colors are: Mumbo Sauce Orange, Logan Circle Green, and Georgetown Grey. Read More


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