* Some douchebag slapped the ass of a local female DJ; she recounts her experience on Holla Back DC:
Posts Tagged ‘Adams Morgan’
Last night, Sexist reader was groped at the corner of 18th & Columbia Rd. NW. On to the good news: After thinking it over, the woman reported the incident to police, who told her that they were aware of this guy's movements in the neighborhood. Want to help reduce Adams Morgan's groping population? Read this [...]
Adams Morgan's newest bar takes "exclusive" to a new level.
When the owners of New York's Town Tavern announced a D.C. outpost of their Greenwich Village club last fall, they made sure to tout the joint's exclusivity. The bar's opening would be an "inauguration." Its spot between Bourbon and Columbia Station—formerly occupied by "Irish pub"/frat magnet [...]
Pictured: hair lessons learned from the Kentucky Bluegrass Ball.
1. New Adams Morgan Bar Loves the Ladies; Dudes, Not So Much, an examination of gender discrimination targeted against douchebags!
2. Rick Warren Don't Make No Sense, a nonsensical tired against Rick Warren's nonsensical invocation!
3. The Great Inaugural After-Party, dudes talking about beer and sex, for the President!
Last night, I reported from the swankiest, most exclusive, hippest, Hills-iest, fanciest inaugural ball in all of Adams Morgan that was supposed to cost $125 but to which everyone actually secretly got in for free. Once the wool was pulled from our eyes, and the burning question—"who would play for this?"—was finally answered—"nobody"—it was time [...]
As local blogger Tim at the 42 reported yesterday, the 2323 18th St NW spot formerly occupied by Nolan's will open again this Saturday. The replacement, "The Town Tavern," has some gender-specific rules for entrance, and they're not benefiting Adams Morgan's storied dude population.
Here are some specifics: Women 21 and over can enter, but men [...]
Where will an extra two hours of boozing take you?
Archie Battles, 24, was just getting started on the 18th Street strip at 2:30 a.m., well after Adams Morgan bars had dried up. "I get off late, and I like to go out at a fashionable time," says Battles. With last call called, he and two [...]
Today is the day of reckoning for notorious Adams Morgan blues bar Madams Organ and its equally notorious owner, Bill Duggan. As Marc Fisher reports, D.C.'s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board will meet today to decide the fate of the bar's liquor license, a ruling that will rest upon the story of a couple wandering hands.
Scenes from this morning's poll outside Iglesia Festival, 1640 Columbia Rd. NW