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Wake to Washington

Est. 2013

State of emergency

DCist reports that, with DC cases up to 10, “it appears that the virus is now being spread locally.” Bowser’s authorization will open up funding for first responders, gear, and more. All events over 1,000 participants are strongly discouraged; IMP (9:30 Club/U Hall/The Anthem) canceled shows.

 

BloomWatch: New date!

The peak bloom date for cherry blossoms has been shifted up by nearly a week to March 21-24 given warmer temps. Earlier peak bloom is a sign of climate change.

 

Taking horse to Florida Avenue, etc. 

The hero we need: “A Man Rode A Horse Through Northeast D.C. During Rush Hour. He Says He Did It For The Kids.” The man was born in Southwest, and now owns a Maryland horse farm; he saw that it was a nice day out, and decided to ride. “There are a lot of children who have never seen a horse in person. And I put a lot of smiles on children’s faces.”

 

Make big talk

Hello Neighbor wants to connect strangers and bypass the small talk to expand our social circles and make real connections. Started by a DC resident, the experiences usually take place at a coffee shop or restaurant, and you can sign up via an email list. Similar dinner party-esque initiatives have sprouted up at restaurants and other establishments like Via Umbria’s Chef’s Table dinners and America Eats Tavern’s Sunday Suppers.


Also || Jack Evans’ ex-wife donated to a leading opponent, more about local campaign finance this primary, Capitol One HQ in Tysons goes wfh, “missing middle” housing in Truxton Circle

Emergency & You

  • We are sure you have a niche hobby you’ve been meaning to get back into, or a pile of crosswords to do, or have been meaning to watch DS9 for years, or know how the Internet works. Call your mother? Etc. 

Food festivities & future fun

There are still lots of opportunities to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Pi Day, and Women’s History Month at these special food and drink events this weekend including a pizza class at Nicoletta Italian Kitchen and 46-cent Guiness at The Dubliner.

 

Evil Twin debut at Churchkey

There’ll be eight special drafts from Evil Twin’s new brewery in Queens and the names are wit(bier)-ty, like “I Doubt This Bodega Has Any of the Things on My Grocery Shopping List and Let's Wait for the Light To Turn Green Before We Cross the Street.” (Evil Twin is based in Denmark.)

 

Historical womxn and activism

Join The Outrage and The Reclaim for their second event in their Womxn’s History Month series where they’ll look at revolutionaries and activists like Marsha P Johnson, Emma Goldman, and Dolores Huerta that have shaped the world. Tix are $10. (6pm)


Also || tunes: Algiers | QHT reopening  | tunes: Stephen Marley

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