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From an email:

“May is mental health awareness month, but most of us aren’t aware just how many of us struggles. Hearing that 1 in 5 of us has a mental health challenge isn’t as meaningful as hearing the humans facing those challenges.

That’s the point of All The Feels, a mental health variety show, that is next Wednesday, May 29th at Union Stage. Ten local performers will tell stories, do stand up comedy, share poetry and sing about their experiences with challenges from depression and bipolar, to substance abuse and suicide. Read More

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Via google maps

From MPD:

“This evening at approximately 6:40 p.m., officers from the First District responded to the 1500 block of 1st Street SW for the report of possible shots being fired. Once on scene, officers located several shell casings. While conducting this investigation, officers located a vehicle that had also been struck in the unit block of O St SW. Read More

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“Dear PoPville,

I live in one of the older condo buildings on M ST SW by the Waterfront metro stop. I normally park on 3rd ST, but recently parking has been much more difficult due to all the new residential buildings in the area. Last week, I parked on K ST SW at 3rd, which is a bit further than I normally park, but I didn’t think much of it. Read More

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Dear God

DC Rez shares these disturbing, very disturbing, photos:

“Hey Safeway maybe instead of scribbling out the barcode, you could actually toss meat once it’s five days past the sell by date (photos taken Friday) and has visible mold all over it?? 1100 4th St, SW DC” Read More

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via google maps

From MPD:

“Officers received a call for a report of an assault that took place yesterday Saturday, April 20, 2019, around 3 pm in the area of the waterfront metro station. The victim states he was struck in the face several times by two suspects. During the altercation, the victim’s phone fell from his possession and slid across the ground. After the assault was over he realized that his phone was gone. The suspects were last seen heading Eastbound on M ST SW. There is currently no lookout for the suspects.

If you have any information about this incident, please contact the First District Detectives Office at (202)299-2025, or the Metropolitan Police Department’s Command Information Center at (202)727-9099. You can also send us your anonymous TEXT TIPS to 50411″

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75 District Square, SW. 12 Stories opens at the top of the InterContinental Hotel at The Wharf. Photo by Anna Meyer.

From a press release:

“Today, Gerber Group officially launches 12 Stories, the brand’s first D.C. property (75 District Square SW, 12th floor) located at the top of The InterContinental Hotel in the city’s new billion-dollar residential and retail development, The Wharf.

Designed by SLDesign, the new penthouse bar is a sexy, modern addition to The Wharf landscape, boasting a nearly 360-degree view of The Potomac and the Washington skyline.


Photo by Anna Meyer

12 Stories features modern artwork by Paige Smith, industrial-chic design touches like concrete flooring, wired pendulum lighting, velvet, marble, leather and wood furniture and an expansive 26-foot NanaWall, opening up onto an outdoor terrace. Read More

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courtesy Colada Shop

From a press release:

“The team at Colada Shop is proud to announce the opening of Colada Shop in the District Wharf, a concept that has captured the hearts of Washingtonians by blending together the contemporary lifestyles of the city with the Cuban traditions of starting and ending the day. Paying homage to this Caribbean way of doing coffee, food, cocktails and social lifestyle, Colada Shop is a casual café and eatery where guests come for the quality of offerings and the unmatched hospitality. The third location of Colada Shop will open in the Fall of 2019, at 10 Pearl Street SW, Washington, D.C. Read More

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