Washington, DC

A reader reports:

“Kalorama Rd and Tracy Place (near the Trump/Kushner property), paparazzi parked all day every day. Parked on wrong side of road in front of fire hydrants. Difficult to safely make a right turn onto Tracy Pl from Kalorama Rd. One on Kalorama Rd not as obstructive, but still…why do they not get ticketed? Inquiring minds want to know…” Read More


“Dear PoPville,

Was walking through Kalorama with my fiancée and our pug earlier today when we came across a structure I would love to know more about.

Located on Belmont Rd. NW just south of the intersection with Waterside Dr., it’s a big concrete slab with railings all around and a large “cover” of some sort over a big square section. Read More


via google map

From MPD (Saturday 10:48pm):

“The Third District is currently investigating a shooting in the area of 1st and Q Street NW. An adult male has been transported to an area hospital with a non life threatening gunshot wound to the arm.

Motorists and pedestrians can expect road closures in the area.

Anyone with information is asked to call 202-727-9099.”

you can hear the sounds of the shots fired in the clip above

From the Adams Morgan Listserv:

“At 2:50 am this morning, Kalorama Park. Police responded but found no injuries and no shooter.”


1864 Columbia Road, NW

I’ve been getting lots of emails from folks asking for updates on the Streets Market coming to the old Metro K space. I’m told they are just waiting on a construction permit but they are definitely still coming. If all goes well they should open in the fourth quarter of 2019.

22nd and N Street, NW

Also the Streets coming to the West End is on track to open in the third quarter of this year.

Updates as we get exact opening dates at both locations.


alley off of Leroy Place, NW near Connecticut Ave

“Dear PoPville,

Neighbors saw him in front of a residence that is a airbnb in the area that is known for hosting unusual events. They remember seeing this in front of the house when they also saw people dressed up. Its still there!! We don’t know what to do with it and trying to confirm where it came from. Maybe someone else in the neighborhood can clarify this mystery. Thank you!”


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