Photo by Mabel
Carol asked a simple question: “Best bagels in DC?”
Let’s do this:
Buckle up for some of the original battle replies: Read More
*Safe regarding Coronavirus/Covid-19…
As many federal agencies begin to require staff return to the office, @wmata isn't doing enough to make people feel safe. If they don't take more decisive action (visible deep cleaning and masking enforcement), ridership is going to stay down for a LONG time. @PoPville https://t.co/dNWslkt54U
— Cobun (not covid) Zweifel-Keegan (@cobun) July 6, 2020
To the polls:
We’ve talked a lot about dining at restaurants but do you plan on going back to the gym, whichever you go to, as soon as they open?
Thanks to Eric Lee for sending: “Union Market looks ready to open today for guests”
I’ll do a new poll here now that you’ve seen some pictures and guidance:
Ed. Note: Results of a poll we took on Wednesday: Read More
Photo by Joseph F
The man friend and I got to talking about what a post-covid world would look like as DC slowly reopens. I’m immuno-suppressed so we won’t be going out in this capacity any time soon, but assuming the restaurant/bar scenes will never recover or operate as they had in the past we got to discussing how some of them could adapt and survive/thrive.
We saw a few articles discussing how some restaurants plan to use mannequins and fake dolls to fill empty space, but how creepy is that and what a waste of space! I’d like to know what Popville thinks about the return of the “dinner theater” experience! Knowing tables will need to be spaced out for diners and concerts/art performances aren’t happening any time soon, wouldn’t a better use of the space be dining and listening to an entertainer (small band, two-person play, violinist, etc.) Surely there is no shortage of artists and talent in DC! Read More
Photo by PoPville flickr user Lucy M
I’ve spoke about this a bit @PoPville on twitter but want to do an official poll because I’m super curious:
Photo by PoPville flickr user Jennifer
WIth summer travel season coming up, I was wondering if you could ask the Popville community for reviews/recommendations about the best bus lines to take for a trip from DC to Philly, similar to a previous poll you had in 2011.”
Photo by PoPville flickr user Eric P.
Granted this a rather random one but I’ll walk you to how I got here. So I was thinking of titling chapter nine of my coming memoirs: ‘Emails I get from AOL accounts’ Ed. Note that is still the tentative title. And it got me thinking about email in general and communication preferences. So there we are.
Thanks to A for sending from 6th and M St, NW above. And thanks to Dan for sending the shot below: Read More