Archive for September, 2007
In July we griped a bit about the District’s not getting FIOS while many suburban jurisdictions are enjoying their superfast Internet, digital TV and voice service. According to a recent WaPo article, Verizon filed in August to provide television service in the District. Does this mean we’ll get FIOS sooner rather than later?
The answer of course is to hold The Nation’s Triathlon. PQ Living’s intrepid writer Columbo checked in by sending a few pictures from the field. Talk about downtown traffic! This writer headed uptown to Chevy Chase and was thwarted at every turn by MPD cruisers diverting traffic away from the course route. He had to thread his way […]
Strap on your walking boots as downtown and the PQ will be the scene of four different walks tomorrow. Put on by Cultural Tourism DC, you’ll probably learn something you never knew before about our fair city and neighborhood. Other walks are also taking place in other ‘hoods around the city – the full schedule […]
Thanks Much to Ed for the tip! We’ve spoken to everyone who will talk to us at the Waffle Shop and the Lincoln House Restaurant Bar & Deli, they’ve all confirmed that the Waffle Shop is moving to the Lincoln House. The details they provided include: The menu & staff will move to the Lincoln House Restaurant […]
“America’s Most Wanted” Museum Preparation (?) 09/18/07 575 7TH ST NW INTERIOR DEMOLITION TO OFFICE RETAIL SPACE. BASEMENT, 1ST AND 2ND FLOORS. SAWCUTTING FOR ELEVATOR SHAFT, HVAC, TISHMAN SPEYER Washington International Horse Show (starts Oct 9) 09/21/07 601 F ST NW erect tents for horse show. 1-30×60, 1 20 x 260, 1 20 x 220, […]
Doug Jemal was first to install high-wattage night lights on top of his 7th Street Historic Row buildings. This brought near-daylight ambiance to the sidewalk outside of the restaurants between G & H St NW and made the area safer. Just in the last week, Yeni Wong followed suit and installed the same kind of […]
Thursdays until November 8, Mary Tabor is teaching a writing class for free at the Martin Luther King Library. Although the class started last week, new participants are welcome to come and learn how to get their creative writing abilities flowing and their ideas from their head onto paper. The next class is Thursday, September 27 […]