I checked out the National Arboretum here in D.C. with a friend today. I had never been and found it quite enjoyable — there’s lots of gardens to explore and the bonsai exhibit in particular was fascinating. I also didn’t know about the National Capital Columns, a group of Corinthian columns that were removed from […]
I just uploaded to Flickr a number of photos I took around 14th Street today. Click here to view the set.
Hopefully my mini-review of a new restaurant in my neighborhood, Queen of Sheba, will appear on DCist sometime tomorrow. I’ll give you a hint: it’s good. Here’s some pictures of the restaurant, located at 1503 9th Street, NW. (At P) Update: Here’s the review on DCist
I just uploaded a set of photos of the Heurich House and the Adams Morgan/Meridian Hill area of DC that I took today. The foundation which owns the Heurich House (also known as the “Brewmasters’ Castle,” after the occupation of its builder) is in danger of defaulting to the bank and losing the property. To […]
I’ve been traveling the Green Line into Prince George’s County quite a bit recently to do research at the National Archives College Park facility. The entire commute takes me around 30 minutes, and I have found the Green Line (with its new trains and sparse reverse commute) quite pleasant. From my house I walk three […]
Contruction at the Convention Center, originally uploaded by DCist Rob. There hasn’t been much construction on ground-level retail spaces on the north end of the Washington Convention Center although several businesses had announced plans to open. Recently I walked by and saw this construction at a space where a jeweler is planning to open, and […]
In October Flickr rolled out a service to order prints of your photos. I just now got around to testing it out and yesterday got some prints I had ordered in the mail. For $6, I received 20 4×6 prints and an index print in the mail in about 3 days. They charged $.20 per […]