Posts Tagged ‘scenes’

Slideshow: It’s Over But It’s Not Over

Photographs by Darrow Montgomery; slideshow by Ted Scheinman

2000 Block of 14th Street NW, November 4

1200 Block of U Street NW, November 4

Photos: The Celebration

14th and U Streets, 11:30 p.m.

After a long day, my camera battery died approximately ten minutes after I took these shots. But, never fear, I am told there are plenty more images on the way.

Tears, etc.

It’s Over But It’s Not Over

The Scene at Station 9, the DC For Obama Party

I just got back from the DC for Obama party at Station 9 (on U Street), which was ca-raaaaaaaay-zee! The first floor was packed from wall to wall, with a huge screen showing CNN to masses of people standing in the middle section of the restaurant. Upstairs, there was a V.I.P room. I was told [...]

A Party and Blue Lights

Photos: U Street, Hard at Work

While you were watching the election returns:
Seven-Eleven, U St. & 11th St. NW

Ben's Chili Bowl, U St. & 13th St. NW

Rite Aid, U St. & 13th St. NW

The Final Hour

Photos: Spotts Barber Shop On Election Night

The first polls are about to close, and Mister Lloyd is spending Election Day with his family. They're all working past dark at Lloyd's V St. Barber shop, Spotts, which has been on the street for a year but in business for 40. Rodney Pringle (above) works on a close shave while Tommy Comer sits [...]

Party Time, Excellent

Busboys & Poets at 14th & V Sts. NW is at capacity and ready to party, just in time for the first polls closing. There's a line snaking down the block to get a table. My view was from the outside in:

Photos From Va. Polling Places

Photos by Ewa Beaujon.
1. Fairlington Rec Center, Arlington, 12:20 p.m.

2. Cora Kelley Elementary School, Alexandria, 12:50 p.m.

3. George Washington Middle School, Alexandria, 1 p.m.

More Volunteers Than Voters at Precinct 10

Precinct 10 is the Horace Mann Community Center on Newark Street in Wesley Heights.  As of 3:45, 1,535 people had voted here. According to the precinct captain, Arlester Brown, there are a little over 4,000 people registered to vote here. So, hopefully, the after-work rush brought considerable crowds.
More volunteers than voters...
The Mild Mild West's trench [...]

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