Photo by Evin F. Isaacson
Thanks to Evin for sharing the great new mural by @mimithemuralist from Hill East: “New RBG mural on Duvall Ct!”
212 7th Street, SE Photo by Thea Cohen
Udpate, thanks to Eat DC for passing on from ANC Rep Corey Holman:
“Harvest Tide Steak House coming to old Acqua al 2 space at 212 7th Street SE. ABRA process starting (Will likely be at ANC 6B’s Booze Committee on June 3)”
Photo by Jonathan Edelman
Thanks to all who messaged us. The New Washington Land Company tweeted on Friday: “Something exciting is happening at our main office – we can’t wait for the final result! In the meantime, feel free to stop by our office at 1606 17th ST NW to watch @kaliqcustoms (Kaliq N. Crosby) in action!” Read More
Photo by Olaf Zerbock
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Photo by JLD
Update from DC Water: “Our guess was it might be a combined sewer outfall. The experts say it is not.
It’s a separate storm sewer that discharges to an open channel that flows to the Northwest Branch of the Anacostia River.”
was running up Gallatin near 14th St NE near Fort Circle Parks. Saw this neat looking water or garbage management contraption at a creek outlet that flows into the Anacostia River. Do you know the name of this secret buried creek in the Queens Chapel Neighborhood?” Read More
Thanks to Denis for sending from 5th and K Street, NW. Looks like the artist is ‘sptheplug’ Read More
*not posting it because F them
A reader requests we find the find the original artist so they can repair the damage. Anyone know/have contact info for the artist who did this mural?
“It is under the 695 highway in Capitol Hill next to Garfield Park. It was Bernie as recently as Sunday afternoon, and as of yesterday was still defaced.”
901 U Street, NW
More from 1920 9th Street, NW: Read More