Archive for July, 2007
It’s that time of year again when foodies delight and Restaurant Week (August 6 to 12) rolls around so we can all diversify our palates. With lunch costing $20.07 and dinner costing $30.07, the PQ has no shortage of great restaurants to indulge in. Although slightly outdated, WaPo provides a handy visual guide for many of the restaurants in […]
We caught this going home at around 5:30 pm, stage, speakers and all. A crowd of 10 to 15 stood around listening.
For those of you who are buying or selling a condo in the Penn Quarter, WaPo provides an anecdotal look at the selling experience some owners have when they want to depart new buildings. One of the complaints that buyers and sellers alike have with the real estate industry relates to the somewhat inexact process of pricing a condo. […]
Do you ever wake up on Sunday mornings, with no way to hold your head that doesn’t hurt? Perhaps you just have that feeling of melancholy, knowing the weekend is ending and another work week is about to begin? Mrs Columbo calls that feeling the Sunday Blues. There are probably a lot of ways to get rid of the […]
A few weeks ago we noted that West Elm had a new sign up above their main entrance on G ST. This past week, we noticed that the sign had come down. No workers were around to ask why the change, but all seems to be moving forward on this location so we’re not taking it as […]
The Smithsonian has a press release informing us that the Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard of the Donald W. Reynolds Center opens to the public Sunday, Nov. 18. The enclosed courtyard will feature a glass canopy designed by world-renowned architect Norman Foster, and a variety of trees, plantings, and water feature by designer Kathryn Gustafson. […]
We were expecting the worst when we read about the planned demolition of the old Lei Garden and China Doll buildings at 627-631 H St NW. But, as you can see from this picture, it appears that the facades of both buildings will be preserved in Yeni Wong’s new retail and office building.