2317 18th Street, NW Photo by Chris Weidner
Thanks to Chris for sending last night: “Second gentleman, Douglas Emhoff was just supporting pride month by stopping at Pitchers.” Read More
Photo by Andrew Leyden
Thanks to Andrew for sharing the good news: “Lafayette Park is open!” Read More
Thanks to all who messaged from Logan Circle and Lovejoy Park. “Sponsored by Qanon” Read More
Photo by Phil Yabut
Ed. Note: You can read the President’s remarks from today here.
Very cool, thanks to Phil (and others) for messaging us earlier: “Got a peek at President Biden (and the WH press pool) visiting @wsjenks this afternoon. Possibly the first presidential visit to #TrinidadDC ever?” Read More
“will be up March 8 through Memorial Day Weekend.” Photo courtesy of Southwest BID
From a press release:
“Today, The Wharf, Washington, DC’s world-class waterfront neighborhood, in partnership with the Southwest Business Improvement District (SWBID) and the Italian-inspired culinary collective Officina, unveiled a large-scale, outdoor crochet art installation of US Vice President Kamala Harris in celebration of International Women’s Day.
Photo courtesy of Southwest BID
The piece is the work of the LA-based, international “yarn bomber” and street artist London Kaye. Kaye has been commissioned for a myriad of art installations including murals in Times Square, a school bus wrap for The Gap and a takeover of Kelly Clarkson’s television show studio. This latest work featuring Vice President Harris is titled “I’m Speaking” and is her largest installation to date, spanning 40-feet in width and 20-feet in height. Read More
Thanks to Martha Wilson for the reminder: “6:30 Big crowd this morning! This D.C. art installation will be gone tonight (Saturday), so if you’re a fan of @VP @KamalaHarris, swing by the Reflecting Pool (installation depicts “glass ceiling breakage”).” Read More
From Senator Tom Carper’s Office:
“U.S. Senator Tom Carper (D-Del.), a senior member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee (HSGAC), is, once again, leading a group of Democratic senators in re-introducing legislation to grant Washington, D.C. statehood. The bill, which Senator Carper first introduced in 2013, would make Washington, D.C. the 51st state, finally give its citizens full representation in Congress, and also ensure that the citizens and elected leaders of the District of Columbia have full authority overlocal affairs, including crucial safety and security matters. The Washington, D.C. Admission Act (S.51) would also designate the areas surrounding the White House, the Capitol, the Supreme Court, and the National Mall as the seat of the federal government. That area would inherit the name the “Capital” and remain under the control of Congress, as mandated by the Constitution. Read More
Thanks to Cassie for sending: “Unsurprisingly the Kushners seem to have fled to warmer pastures today too. No Secret Service and movers putting lots and lots of crates together.” Read More
From the Mayor’s Office:
“Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser released the following statement on the inauguration of the 46th President of the United States of America Joseph R. Biden and the first woman, the first Black American, and the first South Asian American to serve as Vice President, Kamala Harris.
“After a year unlike any other – one that challenged each and every American – today, we begin a new chapter. We join Americans nationwide in celebrating the resiliency of our democracy and an Administration committed to uniting and uplifting a nation deeply scarred by divisiveness, extremism, and a pandemic that rages on after already claiming the lives of more than 400,000 Americans.
“But today we feel hopeful. Read More