Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Monday, December 09, 2013
Video from Krampusnacht
Sunday, December 08, 2013
MOJO Couture at Sticky Rice
|The beautiful and talented Judith Starchild will be showcasing and offering her jewelry line, MOJO Couture, along with her fabulous art on Sunday, December 8, 2013!|
Join us for complimentary wine and get a jump on your holiday, birthday, or any-old-reason shopping. There is plenty of inventory to choose from and her art will be featured with print ordering available.
Friday, December 06, 2013
Weekend East City Event Round Up
We’ve Forgotten All about Miami Edition
US Postal Museum (1pm to 5:30pm)
Make your own holiday card at the US Postal Museum. All supplies and tools are included but not the postage! For more information, click here.
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Krampus is a mythical beast-like creature who annually descends upon the towns of alpine countries, and for the past two years, upon H Street. Here he seeks out ill-behaved children he might spirit away to serve as his dinner later. He can be readily identified by his horns, hairy body, & goat-like appearance. He sometimes adorns himself with cowbells, or chains, so prick up your ears if you have cause to avoid him.
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Thursday, December 05, 2013
Breakfast Tacos from Chaya, Another Reason to Hit the Farmers Market
Today's taco trio - perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner! pic.twitter.com/7ipdK8FPUq
— Chaya (@ChayaDC) November 9, 2013
This Saturday there's an added incentive to climb out of bed & head down to the farmers market at 13th & H Street. Chaya will be on hand plying their popular breakfast tacos (fried egg included). Catch them 9am-12pm at the H Street FRESHFARM Market.
Shooting at Holbrook & Levis
Dolcezza Gelato Factory & Coffee Lab Grand Opening 12/7
It seems like nearly every week brings news of something new opening (or planning to open) in the Florida Market/Union Market area. This week's excitement comes in the form of gourmet icy treats from Dolcezza Gelato. The temperature is certainly dropping, but don't let that dissuade you from getting a look at Dolcezza's new space, and sampling their wares. I can attest that their gelato is worth it.
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Major Work on Chupacabra's Patio
@FrozenTropics new railing and stained tables at @chupacabraDC pic.twitter.com/PkXgteRHbPChupacabra (822 H Street) is upgrading their patio area. They recently installed a new cover, new tables, and a new railing. New lights & heaters are coming later this week. Look for new menu items to go with the revamped outdoor area. Thursday through Sunday 11am - 11pm.
— Vaughn Sterling (@vplus) December 4, 2013
ANC 5D06 SMD Meeting 12/9
Center City Public Charter School Trinidad campus (formerly Holy Name).
NBC 4: Suspect Killed/Officer Shot Last Night on Queen Street [UPDATED]
Homeless Woman Beaten By Disguised Man
A neighbor posted a disturbing report to a local listserve:
This morning, I was informed by a neighborhood homeless lady that she was attacked Monday Night 12/02/13. She was taken into the alley between 13th & 12th streets NE on the 700 block, which is the alley that runs parallel to H Street. The assault occurred around 2-3 am. She was beaten very badly. Her face is swollen, eye closed, and her arm is broken. That night, she managed to make it to the 7-11 on H street. The police were notified and she was taken to ER.
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Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Lots of Work at Crown Fried Chicken
I walked past Crown Fried Chicken (716 H Street) last night & noticed that they are in the midst of some pretty serious construction inside. A source tells me that Crown Fried Chicken they is simply renovating (no change in management as far as I know), and will reopen. I'm also told that they donated their bulletproof glass to the J.O. Wilson Elementary garden to help protect the plants from cool weather.
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Today is Giving Tuesday, Support the Intersections Festival
There are so many worthy causes out there hoping for your support. One such cause is the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival. Each year the festival brings in visitors from around the region, and artists from all over the place. Now in its fifth season, INTERSECTIONS offers a ton of events for all ages and interests. Performances (all of which take place at our own Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H Street) include: jazz, dance, aerialists, sketch comedy, spoken word, percussion, singing, tap dancing, puppetry, and much more. Many events are free, or low cost. Please considering helping fund the INTERSECTIONS Festival.