Thanks to all who messaged us. Fingers crossed for a 3pm restoration. You can view the pepco power outage map here.
Update from Alert DC:
“PEPCO reports the power outage has spread to the following neighbor hoods in addition to Lanier Heights: Mount Pleasant, Park View, Columbia Heights, Adams Morgan, Cardoza, and Kalorama. There are approximately 2277 customers affected with an estimated restoration time of 2:00 PM.”
Update #2: “PEPCO has updated their reported outages to be only Mount Pleasant with 419 customers affected and Adams Morgan with 272 customers affected. There is an estimated restoration time of 5:00 PM.”
Update #3: “PEPCO has updated their reported outages to be only the Adams Morgan area with 272 customers affected. There is an estimated restoration time of 5:00 PM.”
This rental is located at 1660 Lanier Place, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1399 / 430ft2 – Ceiling fans, Ceramic tile flooring, Three blocks to metro bus (Dupont Circle Columbia Heights Adams Morgan) Read More
This rental is located at 2901 18th Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1649 / 1br – 710ft2 – Shopping, Dining &Entertainment Within Steps & Easy access to downtown Read More
1763 Lanier Place, NW
Thanks to Tali and Kevin for sending: “1905 water pump by the Adams Morgan/Lanier Heights fire station. Hard to imagine fighting fires with this horse drawn carriage back in the day!” Read More
“I have a mystery only you can solve. Why is this taped to the (imo amazing) vacant house at 2800 Adams Mill?”
I don’t know. I saw this in Adams Morgan/Lanier Heights, I believe this is in front of a Bed and Breakfast which is even stranger, anyway I have some thoughts. Dear God do I have some thoughts. But in the interim – caption contest – go!!
Photo by PoPville flickr user Bekah Richards
Tuesday evening (3/27) around 8:30pm, I was walking NW on Adams Mill Road toward the zoo, on the west side of the street. I noticed four young men come out of Walter Pierce Park behind me and follow me. Since it was not particularly late, I wasn’t concerned at first, but looking back, I noticed that they all wore parka hoodies and had the hoods pulled up over their heads, and they weren’t speaking. The street was getting darker as I walked down the hill past Ontario Road, and I decided against putting my earbuds in so I could focus on what was happening behind me, as it appeared they were walking quickly, catching up to me. Read More
Fabiana sent the photo above and asked: “This is 14 St NW between Randolph and Shepherd. What happened?”
Amber replied: “Spoke to officer and they are executing a search warrant.”
3925 14th Street, NW
Steve reported around 10pm:
“Astrid pool hall was just raided. The FBI swat team ran through and there are about 10 old guys handcuffed out front. It looked like only one or two were arrested.”
via google maps
Harry reported shots fired in Truxton Circle around 11pm:
“Not seeing this yet on the MPD twitter, but last night around 11pm I heard about 7-10 gunshots in the 200 block of Q Street, NW. MPD arrived promptly, swept the area, found casings through the street.“
And Benjamin passes on from Adams Morgan around 10pm:
I was robbed at gunpoint tonight while taking a walk near the Walter Pierce Park in NW DC. Just got done dealing with the police. Grateful to be alive.
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 17, 2018
“Alert: Robbery (Gun) at 2213 hrs in the 1800 block of Ontario Pl NW. Lookout for a B/M, 6’4″ with facial hair, black clothing, black bandanna, armed with a handgun.”
The following was written by PoPville contributor David McAuley, founder of Short Articles about Long Meetings.
via Office of Zoning files
Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 1C/Adams Morgan, at its regularly-scheduled meeting on May 2, voted unanimously to oppose an attempt to increase the height of a residential building at 1766 Lanier Place NW. The proposed expansion requires the developers to get zoning relief, which is what brought the matter before the ANC.
The property is in an area which was “downzoned” in 2016, after residents successfully persuaded the DC Zoning Commission to change the area’s zoning designation (today called “RF-1”) so that buildings were limited to three stories of no more than 35 feet total. Read More
Thanks to Kate for sending this awesome Library bench outside Joseph’s House on Lanier Place.