Archive for February, 2006
The Saint Germain salon opened up at 439 7th Street NW. It’s a little pricey, but sounds interesting. Check out this Daily Candy article.
GPliving has learned from an inside source that a very hip salon is branching out to our neighborhood! The salon will share space with the MCI Center, and will be located on the F Street side (formerly home to The Discovery Store?). This news is not confirmed, but we’ll give you a hint- the business […]
If you hadn’t noticed, there was a 1 foot gap between two buildings in Gallery Place. The gap is between the new office building at 616 H St and its neighbor, Chinatown Garden at 618 H St. Also, you may have noticed that the office building has been, for the most part, empty during the […]
Gpliving found some interesting information concerning the retail shops in the area. Specifically, building leases, and how they are up for renewal. We already know that Vincent Orange took the new lease for 623 – 625 H Street. Some of you may have read how 801 7th St. was bought by Yeni Wong last year. […]
You can meet the Senator in person Tuesday, February 28th at 7 p.m. at the Historic 6th and I Synagogue. R.s.v.p.’s and a valid ID required- for more information, check out www.sixthinthecity.org. If you can’t make it out to see the once-Presidential-hopeful, stop by 6th and I another time. It is worth the visit to […]
Assimilation/Dissolution:Jeffry Cudlin, Christopher Hoeting and Jefferson Pinder Please join us for an artists’ talk & reception tomorrow, Thursday, February 16th. Time: 6 – 8pm, talk at 6:30pm Place: Flashpoint, 916 G Street NW, 202-315-1310, www.flashpointdc.org Come out to support one of our local galleries!
Update: Thanks to our friends at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, we have been informed that the museums will actually open on July 1, 2006 instead of July 4. After several years of renovation (more info), the museums housed in the 8th and F St. building will re-open on July 4th 1st. And even after […]