Thanks to Anthony for sending: “Checkout this random Chandelier found hanging in the middle of Meridian Hill.”
Thanks to Nicole for getting is into the weekend on the good foot. From Woodridge:
“Every year the Lone Book Ranger visits our little free library leaving some free wrapped new books! It is so much fun! Has anyone else seen these?”
Lone Book Ranger’s twitter says:
“Bookslinger fighting for truth, justice, & the book reading way by donating books to Little Free Libraries in DC. Hi ho books, away!”
Thanks to Jenny for sending the awesome shot above: “From this morning. So many folks stopped in the middle of the st to take a picture on their commute. New Hampshire and I think swann st.”
And thanks to Blake Band for sending the great shot below: Read More
3105 Mt Pleasant Street, NW
Thanks to Jesse for sending. I guess some either threw an epic Halloween party or just really, really loves Beetlejuice.
Thanks to emdubbbb for sharing this awesomeness with us. What were some other great ones you saw last night?
Photo by Jenny DeMonte
Thanks to Jenny for sharing this awesomeness.
“I had to look twice because I thought there may be a car on my neighbor’s front lawn”
Thanks to Leah for sending:
“Stumbled upon these awesome Halloween decorations while walking down 17th Street. In the back yard, it looks like it’s a haunted house of some sort. Read More
Thanks to Crystal for sending: “National Cathedral keeps being awesome!”
From the Nationals:
“For the first time since 1933, Washington D.C. will host the World Series as the Washington Nationals continue their 2019 Postseason run, starting with Game 3 of the World Series on Friday, October 25 at 8:07 p.m. The World Series continues on Saturday, October 26 with Game 4 also set to begin at 8:07 p.m. If a Game 5 is necessary, it will be played at 8:07 p.m. on Sunday, October 27. All games against the Houston Astros will be televised exclusively on FOX. ALL GATES will open at 5:00 p.m. for each game. Fans are encouraged to plan ahead and arrive early in order to enjoy the pregame festivities. Please see below for ceremonial first pitch details.
WORLD SERIES GAME 3 – FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25
To honor the Nationals bringing baseball back to D.C. after a 33-year absence, Chad Cordero and Brian Schneider of the inaugural 2005 Nationals will throw and catch the ceremonial first pitch on Friday night. Read More
— Stephanie (@Stephie0011) October 10, 2019
Thanks to Stephanie for sharing: “WHO are these guys? They deserve a major shout out (and their own stage! @kencen) Making many people’s day at Farragut West this morning.”
hahaha thanks to Andrew for sending (and his wife for taking the photo) from Penn Quarter:
“In a world of unrelenting bad news and jaded cynicism, it briefly restored my faith in a just universe.”