Thanks to Kanga for sending: “Thought you’d like to see this- outside the convention center on 9th and L, giving out free joints for people that got vaccinated!”

The DCMJ website says:

“From free joints at dispensaries to free bags of weed outside vaccination centers, across the United States cannabis reform advocates are stepping up to organize their own cannabis giveaways to help end the coronavirus pandemic. Read More


1746 Lanier Place, NW

For those not familiar: “Adam’s Inn, a Victorian B&B spanning three 100-year old buildings on a quiet residential street, has been a “home away from home” for international and budget-conscious travelers for 20 years.”

Thanks to all who messaged about Adams Inn closing: “Saw this sign this morning, little sign says Closed 2021. Will miss their crazy Halloween displays!” Read More


Thanks to F for sending from Georgetown University Hospital:

“Photos are OK! We encourage you to celebrate! However, PLEASE do not delay yours or another colleague’s vaccine administration when taking pictures. We have a lot of people to vaccinate!”


1431 P Street, NW

Thanks to LW for sending: “Tie Bar on P Street in Logan Circle looks closed as of Saturday. Everything is boxed up. I think they opened in 2018″

Tie Bar’s website says:

“We have made the difficult decision to close our retail locations in Boston, the Chicago Loop, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C, with our Chicago Flagship store to remain open at this time. Read More


1345 Connecticut Ave, NW

In late December Barredindc reported that “The Big Hunt Has Terminated Its Lease. Building for Sale/Rent”. I’ve been waiting for official word to come out but after spotting this dreaded sticker, I can be in denial no more:

For those not familiar:

“The Big Hunt is a one-of-a-kind dive bar and comedy venue in a sea of trendy clubs in the Dupont Circle area of Washington DC.

Open since 1992, The Big Hunt is one of DC’s oldest beer bars and has been serving quality craft beers on draft since long before the craft movement became mainstream”

The Big Hunt’s website is no longer live, their phone number has been disconnected and their last Facebook post is a tribute to their founder Joe Englert (RIP) and the page lists that they have “Permanently Closed”.

There’s much that can be said about The Big Hunt. It had it’s ups and downs like all spots do that have been open for so many years. At the end of the day all I can say is that I spent many many hours here, had many many good times here and met many many great people here. This Big Hunt was a great bar. Read More


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