Washington, DC


2904 Georgia Ave, NW

Thanks to Annie for letting us know:

“I just wanted to share that Harrar Coffee & Roastery  in Park View is re-opening on Monday! They have been closed throughout the pandemic, only selling individual bags of beans through online orders, and also had some roadwork in front of the shop that delayed opening. The roadwork is now done and they’re back to normal hours for grab & go coffee or outdoor cafe seating, starting on Monday.”

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“Dear PoPville,

There has been an abandoned car parked in front of my apartment building for about 4 months now. It’s in seemingly perfect shape (2010ish Honda CRV), is in a ParkMobile metered spot, and only has a couple tickets. It has MD plates and really hasn’t moved from this metered spot in 4 months – should I be reporting this to someone in DC? I’m more concerned for the owner’s well being as I can’t imagine why nobody would have come back to it in so long knowing it’s in a metered spot.”

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“Dear PoPville,

Would love to hear from readers about any options out there for DC residents to join swim clubs around the DMV. It seems most of them have restrictions based on residence. While you can buy a pool pass for MoCo pools, it would be great to be part of a private club community that is affordable.”

Another reader sends this interesting option from swimply “Book a local private pool by the hour”. Anyone ever use them?

Ed. Note: We are supposed to get an update about D.C. public pools on August 1st.

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485 K Street, NW (formerly a Taylor Gourmet)

Thanks to Joshua for passing on from RASA:

“We’ve got a big weekend ahead for RASA Mount Vernon Triangle & we’re kicking things off with a Community Day in partnership with our friends at DC Central Kitchen this Friday 7/31 from 11am to 2pm. All proceeds will be donated, pay what you can (suggested donation $10) & we’ll see you soon!” Read More

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From WMATA:

“During a news conference [Tuesday] hosted by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) with industry leaders, Metro General Manager and Chief Executive Officer Paul J. Wiedefeld made the following comments:

“Here at WMATA, the scale of the financial crisis we are facing is enormous — on average we have been losing approximately $2M in revenues every weekday since March. Read More

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