Archive for September, 2015
We recently had the pleasure of enjoying a truly delicious lunch at the just re-opened Source (575 Penn. Ave, NW). Following a month-long closing at the end of the Summer, there’s a new look and revised menu to enjoy. One favorite from our recent trip that is perfect for lunch, dinner or a late-night snack, […]
One of our favorite library events takes place every fall, UNCENSORED: Banned Books Week, at the DC Public Library. It started in 1982 in response to challenges to books appearing in schools, bookstores and libraries. Banned Books Week is the national book community’s annual celebration of the freedom to read. The exhibition UNCENSORED: Information Antics is a month-long […]
The Penn Quarter Neighborhood Association let us know about the final updates for street closures due to the Pope’s visit. They can be found here…tweet your pics to @pqliving!
The Pope is visiting Washington, DC as a part of his tour of the United States. He will mostly be west of downtown DC and Penn Quarter except for a visit to the U.S. Congress, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church (619 10th St NW), and to Catholic Charities (924 G St NW) on Thursday, September 24. A […]