From an email:
“Santa is coming down from the North Pole and stopping at Atlas Brew Works! Whether naughty or nice, bring the family (including well-behaved dogs) for a fun day of pictures on Santa’s lap and Atlas’ delicious solar powered craft beer. Pictures are gratis (please bring your own camera) but Santa is accepting donations to go towards his fundraising efforts for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Donate to Santa’s St. Baldrick’s Campaign here.
WHAT: Santa Comes to Atlas Brew Works
WHEN: Sunday, December 9, 11am-2pm
WHERE: Atlas Brew Works, 2052 West Virginia Avenue NE
COST: Free (donations accepted to support the St. Baldrick’s Foundation)“
From MPD around 8pm:
“Earlier this evening Fifth District officers responded to a call for sounds of gunshots in the 1800 Block of Kendall St NE. Officers responded to the scene and located an adult male victim suffering from gun-shot wounds to the leg and foot. He was transported to an area hospital and is in serious condition. 5D detectives are handling this investigation. Anyone with any information regarding this offense are urged to contact MPD at 202-727-9099 or text us at 50411.”
A reader reported around 11:45pm:
“@PoPville at least 12 gunshots heard in Ledroit park, anyone have any information?”
From MPD around midnight:
“Shooting in the 2100blk of 4th St NW. No lookout at this time.”
Updates when/if more is known/released.
OK beer geeks, buckle up. I got a few queries over the weekend asking about the giant line Saturday in front of the Bruery Store in Union Market. It turns out that the Other Half Brewing Co. had a can pop up event. The line was around the block (see above, thanks to Laura for sending.) Then this week, I started to get a steady flood of scuttlebutt from sources saying that they hear Other Half were planning on opening up a brewery here in D.C. Word is the location will be somewhere in Ivy City.
Photo by PoPville flickr user StreetsofWashington
I dropped of my car today at Auto Tech Service in Adams Morgan only to learn that they were abruptly closing down today and moving to another location in NE near Ivy City. They are an amazing auto repair shop and I’m sad to see them leave. I thought it would be worth sharing since many locals use their service.”
Ed. Note: Let’s take this opportunity to make a best mechanics in town list? Thanks!
via google maps
“On yesterday’s date, June 25, 2018, members of the Fifth District Crime Suppression Team conducted a Search Warrant on the above address in connection with another Pop-Up Marijuana Party. The Warrant was successful in seizing over 10 pounds of Marijuana, hundreds of Marijuana edibles (some look exactly like Gummy Bears and other kids candies), illegal Marijuana oils, and over 20,000 dollars in cash. 23 Arrests were made, all were adults. Please see the below message from Commander FitzGerald regarding past Pop-Up Marijuana Parties.
I would like to address some sentiments I have received from the community in regards to these marijuana pop-up events. The events have contributed to violent crime in the Fifth District. (more…)
Courtesy City Winery
Sweet! From a press release:
“City Winery Washington D.C. (1350 Okie St NE) is thrilled to announce a surprise late show following the DC Jazz Festival® (DC JazzFest) Opening Ceremony today, Thursday, June 7, featuring a very special appearance by legendary comedian, writer, actor & producer Dave Chappelle, who is about to embark on a seven show, three city tour with Jon Stewart. Chappelle will join longtime friend and musician Frederic Yonnet beginning at 11:00pm. Hot off the heels of two Netflix specials and a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album, Chappelle brings his unparalleled talents back to his hometown, Washington DC, for this special night. Chappelle’s appearance in City Winery’s intimate venue is a part of the special programming bringing excitement and energy to Washington’s Ivy City neighborhood this year.
All tickets to this special engagement are $50.00 and are general admission, with seating available on a first come, first served basis. Doors open at 10:30pm and tickets can be purchased at www.citywinery.com/washingtondc beginning today at 12:00pm EST. (more…)
Ulta Closing in Ivy City July 14th
Any idea why the Ulta in Ivy City is closing? Admittedly, I’ve only shopped there a couple of times, but seemed like a great idea in a great location. Plenty of parking, well stocked, friendlyish, helpfulish staff….”
— City Winery D.C. (@CityWineryDC) February 17, 2018
1350 Okie Street, NE via Douglas Development
From a press release:
“Multi-purpose concert venue, urban winery, restaurant and special event space City Winery Washington D.C. (1350 Okie Street NE) announced today its initial artist lineup, ahead of opening a sprawling 40,000-square foot space in Ivy City this spring. An impressive roster of renowned national and internationally touring performers will keep guests entertained year-round in City Winery’s state-of-the-art 300-seat concert space. Occupying the second of four floors, concertgoers will enjoy a space that combines the rustic appeal of wine country with modern amenities, including a cutting-edge Meyer Sound System! Look for regular updates to a schedule of 300+ shows a year, showcasing an eclectic variety of musical genres. (more…)
Thanks to VJ for sending from outside the Hecht Warehouse in Ivy City.
Any ideas? Some sorta crazy signage?