A look at what's going on in Trinidad, on H Street, and in the larger area north of Capitol Hill.
Shocker. Kitchen /not/ on K. http://www.dcnoma.com/?p=4944
i assume you are not the real rayful. so please stop using this murders name. maybe you find it funny. or ironic. or whatever. but it isn't. it's a painful reminder of death.
A cook. Got an apron, toque and tons of kitchen equipment.
Does anyone know if there is a back up plan in case of all day long freezing rain???-JordanPS My captcha phrase was "spermm".
to Anon 7:08, say to yourself, "Today I will be happier than a bird with a french fry."Relax, deep breaths...it's going to be okay.
Please read this link this weekend.
Speaking of costumes, just what are these two supposed to be??
They're gentrifiers who want to pay higher rent, right?
From last year. Remember the crazy guy in the NY Senate debate with the "rent is too damn high" platform? It was a spin on that.Huge in 2010, I promise you. Made it on Huffpo I believe.
Yeah, I remember the "rent is too damn high" guy, but... the rent IS too damn high. I don't get what these guys are trying to do.
rayful,may you learn first hand about the things you joke about.
The rent is to too damn low!-your landlord
liquidate the rentier class
i would never date anyone who thinks the rent is too low in dc. wtf? instant relationship ender. lmao.
and rayful edmond should change his (or her?) name. i don't get naming yourself after a local drug dealer.
Rayful Edmond was not only a dealer, he was a murdering machine. When he gets out, hope he moves next door to faux Edmond.
I don't know Mr. Leonard Howell personally however, I met him only once during H-street festival and he was super nice and actually waived my booth rent fee since I was an artist from the neighborhood. This was during the early years of the H-street festival. He didn't have to waive my fees but it was considerate of him to do so.
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