Posts Tagged ‘Penn Quarter’

This Week’s Page Three Photo

400 Block of 7th Street NW, February 24
Past page three photos are also in this gallery.

Parking Prices in D.C. Could Soon Be Based on Supply and Demand

DDOT is launching the pilot program in Penn Quarter and Chinatown.

The Needle: Who Wants It? Edition

Who Wants To Buy A Diner?: Having your restaurant close up shop for lack of business is no great indignity; dining is a tough market, after all. But having to sell it on eBay afterwards must sting a bit. The erstwhile Capital City Diner is doing just that, though. The good news: It could be [...]

Photo: Smoothie Shop

© 2011 Michael W. Hicks

Photo: Dog On Leash

© 2011 Michael W. Hicks

Photos: Sciurus carolinensis

700 Block Pennsylvania Ave, NW.  © 2010 Matt Dunn

Photo: Waiting for the Light to Change

Colossal Billboards Headed to Gallery Place Despite Resident Outcry

What if you had a giant TV screen blinking outside your living room window at all hours of the evening? That’s already the case for some Gallery Place residents—and it may soon get worse.

Photos: Hands

Neighborhood Watch: D.C. Commuter Takes On Produce in Penn Quarter

The Issue: Will a lone commuter bring down the Penn Quarter Farmers' Market? The market has called the north end of Eighth Street NW, between D and E Streets, home for the last seven years, operating a few hours every Thursday. Ken Crerar wants that to change. According to the DC Downtown Neighborhood Association (DNA), [...]

Our Morning Roundup: A Metrobus Strikes Again

Prince of Petworth posts on the effort/petition to save the Black Rooster. One reader's response:  "i LOVE the black rooster. if the peace corps really closes it down…i just…i might just not go to happy hour anymore, ever, anywhere. and that would make me terribly sad. save the rooster!"
Penn Quarter Living debuts a new column [...]