Thanks to Harrison for sending: “Sign of the Whale is returning yet again!!”
The new liquor license placard says: Read More
Thanks to John for sending: ” A few months ago I noticed, after 15 years in the hood, Greek letters on the top of this gorgeous building. My Greek former high school football coach was nice enough to translate from the photos I took this evening.
John, the first part is someone’s name: Read More
Thanks to Terry for sending not one but two of these curious parking signs in Dupont: Read More
Whoa, this is nuts, thanks to Patrick for sending:
“This was an interesting one… Happened at about 6:45pm on Saturday night right in front of Children’s Hospital on Michigan. Luckily a 25 mph zone where people generally follow the limit. The wheel came off of a small pickup truck and made a beeline across two lanes of traffic and right for my front bumper. I didn’t even see it until the last second. As you can see – it flew off my bumper like a ball off of a bat and ping-ponged between two more cars on the other side of the road.
Thanks to David for sending from the: “sidewalk at 10th and M? Maybe it was a watering place for horses?”
Also, what’s this in the corner: Read More
1108 24th Street, NW at L Street
Thanks to Isabelle for sending:
Following on the heels of the coconut conundrum comes this milk mystery from Mary:
“this is the fourth time these cartons of milk have been left on me and my neighbors doors. We have no idea whose putting it there. Any insight?”
Here’s an old mystery for a new year. I’ve lived in what is technically “university heights” for 7+ years, and walk down the hill to Petworth regularly. And frequently, but without discernible regularity, there is a smashed coconut on the intersection of Harewood and Rock Creek Church Road. Just in front of the cemetery gate but in the road. Just one coconut. And usually not a whole one. Read More
A reader reports:
“It’s been there now for at least 3 months and has been decorated for the various holidays in between.”
Thanks to Kate for sending from “20th street side of La Tomate restaurant”
Ed. Note: The plate says “Stop the Chaos”.