Washington, DC

Thanks to Jen for sending:

“In cooperation with Positive Force DC, we bring you DC Punk Rock Flea Market & Food Drive!

Saturday, Nov. 23rd 12 PM – 5 PM
St. Stephen & the Incarnation Episcopal Church – Washington, DC
1525 Newton Street, NW

Free to enter, but please bring a donation of whole-grain cereal, pasta, rice, peanut butter, or canned vegetables, fruit, beans, or tuna for delivery to nearby low-income seniors by We Are Family DC!”


3110 Mt. Pleasant Street, NW

Martha Dear will be located below the Mount Desert Island Ice Cream space, the former home to Pupuseria San Miguel.

The liquor license placard says:

“A new Retailer’s Class C Restaurant with a seating capacity of 50 and a Total Occupancy Load of 99.”

Washington CityPaper reported:

“A newly engaged couple who met working at Tail Up Goat are opening a cozy Mount Pleasant restaurant specializing in Neapolitan-style pizzas paired with wine.”



From MPD:

“The Third District is currently investigating a shooting inside of a building in the 3100 block of 16th street NW. Two adult males have been transported to area hospitals with critical gunshot wounds. A third individual has been transported to the hospital from the 3100 block of Mt Pleasant St NW with what appears to be critical wounds. We believe that these scenes are related at this time.

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

Update from MPD: Read More


Photo by Rich Reyes-Gavilan

Thanks to all who passed on this, um, interesting take on Little Free Libraries. The photo was tweeted by DC Public Library Executive Director Rich Reyes-Gavilan, who wrote:

“OK, I want to assure my neighbors that I am not responsible for this screed. We at @dcpl are not against little free libraries and don’t see them as competition. Some years ago I found a Calvin & Hobbes book in one that I looked at momentarily.” Read More


Courtesy Robin Bell

From a press release:

“In REFRACTIONS Robin looks back at the 20 years of his history of documenting the world as a filmmaker and taking actions as a social activist. Collaged images and videos of both the archival and newly produced for the show are displayed on televisions and projected on sculptures throughout the space. With mirrors, cameras and other technologies seamlessly weaved into the art pieces, Robin allows the audience to see themselves in the installations and invites them to reflect on their own space in society at an intimate environment of the Lost Origins Gallery.  Read More


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