A violent brawl apparently broke out early Sunday morning on a busy strip of 18th Street NW.
Posts Tagged ‘Adams Morgan’
He once ran Phil Mendelson's campaign and lives in Adams Morgan.
“We took a kick in the gut when the fair was taken away from us. It’s a matter of pride.”
Almost three years after it closed, Capitol Hemp is back in Adams Morgan.
Hispanic Washingtonians have gradually moved north- and eastward from Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, and Mount Pleasant.
A close friend of Kim Kardashian was spotted at Mari Vanna DC.
D.C. alcohol regulators have lifted a moratorium restricting new liquor licenses for restaurants in Adams Morgan while extending for three years the current ban on new licenses for taverns and nightclubs. The Alcohol Beverage Control board announced the decision at a meeting this morning.
The liquor license moratorium expired on April 16, 2014, but the board voted on an emergency [...]
Bistro 18 in Adams Morgan allegedly called a transgender customer and her friends "gay bitches" on a receipt, according to a public accommodations discrimination complaint that a LGBT advocacy organization said it filed with the D.C. Office Human rights yesterday.
Lambda Legal, a legal organization serving the LGBTQ community, submitted the complaint on behalf of Amira Gray, a [...]
Pop-ups Are Dead, Long Live Takeovers: Toki Underground and Woodberry Kitchen plan a ramen "takeover" of Artifact Coffee. It shall be dubbed Tokifact. +2
Food Fight: Madam's Organ is so, so mad at its "shitty neighbor" Tryst right now. +/- 0
Daily Dish blogger Andrew Sullivan moved from his longtime Adams Morgan apartment to New York City last year, and has publicly complained about it ever since.
He blogged about how shitty the city was. He hated the barbershops, the Wi-Fi, and even the furniture stores.
And so today, in some unsurprising news, he announced he'll be moving [...]
Popular Adams Morgan bar The Reef is closing permanently as a result of a stabbing there earlier this month.
"As many of you know, the last few weeks have been very challenging for the Reef," a manager at the bar wrote in an email Wednesday to some customers, which Washington City Paper obtained. "After much effort, [...]
After hours of searching, running, sweating, and—finally—netting, the staff of the National Zoo apprehended Rusty the red panda, who was found missing early this morning. Less than four hours after the zoo announced that Rusty was missing, he was captured by a team consisting of National Zoo staff, D.C. police, and the Washington Humane Society in [...]
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Get ready to sweat: For the next few days, the Washington area is looking at temperatures [...]
A new ad promoting Adams Morgan has earned a surprising amount of scrutiny on the Internet. But the campaign—which shows a couple playing footsie under a table and reads "al fresco. al frisky. they're both on the menu in Adams Morgan"—is being criticized for several reasons.
The criticisms, in descending order of seriousness:
In a blog post [...]
Today in continued signs of impending doom, snakes are falling out of trees and frightening the children of Adams Morgan. The trouble started in Walter C. Pierce Park on Thursday morning, according to an D.C. police listserv email noted by PoPville:
When the snakes fell they scared the children, and everyone fled. This was in [...]