Archive for October, 2009
If you follow Clyde’s restaurant around the corner into the G Street alley (otherwise known as the walkway to the entrance of the Gallery Place mall), you’ll find Clyde’s On The Walk. It is the arm of Clyde’s restaurant that operates mostly during lunch hours and serves prepared foods. Every year (usually in the summer), […]
While we’re probably not the first place you heard the news, several sites are reporting that Nick Cho (now associated with Chinatown Coffee Co.) has been arrested. The charges apparently stem from tax issues at Murky Coffee, which was a coffee shop on Capitol Hill. You can get a lot more info from the sites linked to […]
A big PQL thanks goes out to a reader for submitting a pre-rush hour image of the intersection at 7th and D Streets NW using High Dynamic Ranging (HDR). The spooky glow also reminds us that Halloween is coming up soon. What are you up to in the PQ for Halloween?
Mount Vernon Triangle – Two dilapidated buildings get new owners. What will they build? [The (Mount Vernon) Triangle] Bloomingdale – The Boxer Girl mural gets attention by way of a community meeting. [Bloomingdale (for now)] & [InBloom] All Over DC – Match 75 bars with a DC blogger. The first reviews are in for the […]
No surprises here, but as we’re reported on this location on several occasions, the newest PQ souvenir shop is now open for business. Located at 1004 F st NW (the old K&B Newsstand) the shop opened for business on Friday. Plenty of hats, t-shirts, and other knickknacks available. Despite DCMetrocentric noting that the building resembles an Apple store, […]
DCist has a nice preview of the new Long View Gallery Space (1234 9th St NW) located just across the street from the convention center. At 5000 sq ft, this new location is quite an upgrade from their previous location, which was one block further north on 9th St and featured substantially less floor space. […]
If you’re in town this weekend you’re in for such a treat. There hasn’t been this much excitement about a movie since Bruce Campbell was in town for My Name Is Bruce. E Street Cinema (555 11th Street NW) is showing the greatest zombie movie ever, Shaun of the Dead, at Midnight on Friday & […]