Joining Duffy’s are:
3333 Georgia Ave NW
10 AM – 1 PM
We’re gonna watch it anyway so we’re opening the bar up!!
Both of our 100″ screens and all our TVs inside and outside by the fire pits will be fired up so grab your breakfast from Call Your Mother, Heat Da Spot or bring your own, sign into our Wifi and come watch Cohen spill all the beans!”
courtesy Logan Tavern
“Logan Tavern, located at 1423 P Street NW in Logan Circle, will open early for the Cohen hearing at 10am. In the restaurant’s Red Room, they’ll screen the hearing on their full wall projector and have brunch and drink specials including Devil’s In The Details, made of Four Roses coffee-infused bourbon, pumpkin spice, and cream served hot or iced; Last Supper, Glenlivet 12 Yr on the rocks plus Chicken and Waffles and a Mushroom Omelet.” (more…)
1016 H Street, NE
“Please join us for our Cohen Hearing [Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer and more] Watch Party at Duffy’s Irish Pub.
We will have Duffy’s Signature Bloody Mary(s) ready for you on Wed Feb 27th at 10am
We will be open early and have a brunch menu items including our Irish Breakfast Burritos.
We will have 8 large flat screen tvs with stadium surround sound tuned in to the Cohen Show.
Come try our new “Flipper Cocktail” only available for this event.
We look forward to hosting you for this epic event!”
14th and V Street, NW
UPDATE from Busboys:
“As this is a Progressive Congressional Caucus event, Rep. Pramila Jayapal will moderate in her stead. We realized that we did not need another MC for the program due to the format. This is a town hall style event with the members answering questions from the audience.”
From Busboys and Poets:
“Busboys and Poets invites the community for a town hall gathering with Congressional Progressive Caucus co-chairs Pramila Jayapal and Mark Pocan, Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, and moderation by
political activist, Linda Sarsour. This free and public event will take place at the 14th & V Busboys and Poets location on February 27, 2019 from 7-9 pm.
Busboys and Poets has been at the forefront of progressive values and we are looking forward to a robust discussion around the current political climate, the uplifting of the progressive agenda and engaging ordinary people in the democratic process.
Thanks to Tamara Winter for sending yesterday:
“I’m very curious to know who paid for this anti-Schultz truck to drive around DC–so far it’s played You’re So Vain and Uprising.”
And some live action from Mackenzie: (more…)
From a press release:
“The office of Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) announced that the U.S. Senate today passed a federal lands package that contains Norton’s bill that clarifies that the District of Columbia and the National Park Service (NPS) have the authority to enter into cooperative management agreements (CMAs) to maintain and operate NPS properties in the District, such as Franklin Park. The Senate lands package was introduced by Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman Lisa Murkowski (R-AK). Last Congress, Norton and Murkowski introduced the stand-alone versions of the D.C.-NPS CMA bill. The rehabilitation of Franklin Park would be funded through a public-private partnership between NPS, the D.C. government and the Downtown Business Improvement District. Under current federal law, NPS has the authority to enter into CMAs with states and cities, and Norton’s bill makes clear that D.C. is included under this authority. (more…)
“A few days after hearing about Mr. Pecker’s apoplexy, we were approached, verbally at first, with an offer. They said they had more of my text messages and photos that they would publish if we didn’t stop our investigation.”
From The Hill subsequently reported:
“A reporter at the Washington Post says that an investigator hired by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos believes that text messages leaked to the National Enquirer between Bezos and his girlfriend may have been sent to the magazine by someone in government.”
So predictions please! How do you think this plays out?
Ed. Note: The movie, streaming exclusively on Amazon, obviously, is gonna be so freaking good.
Thanks to a reader for sending earlier this afternoon: “This was the side of a black truck on 7th street nw, across the street from compass coffee and the passenger.”
Thanks to Katie for sending:
“Not sure what to think of this Twitter art in the columbia heights neighborhood of dc–but check it out”
As one married to a fuloughed employee for me it’s gotta be the whole not knowing when it will end. Like figuring out how many paychecks we can miss and still get by. I know we’re luckier than many in that we have some savings to tap into but it is an awful feeling doing those longer term calculations. Like it can’t go into April can it? But now it feels like it can which is freaking me out. Anyway, I’m just curious how everyone else is doing. Fed or not, how has this shutdown hit you? How long do you think it will go on for? What will the ultimate compromise be? Here’s to hoping we see a resolution real soon!
4432 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Flagship Carwash Center located at 4432 Connecticut Ave NW will provide FREE Regular car washes to furloughed federal workers. Furloughed workers will receive our Regular Wash which includes vacuuming and glass cleaning on the inside at no charge. Federal ID must be presented at the time of wash. Limit one wash per week per person. Offer is only available at our DC location. We are open from 8 AM to 6 PM seven days a week. Flagship Carwash Center have been providing the DC area with the highest quality car washing and detailing experience for over thirty years.”