The antiques store in Adams Morgan, widely considered to be the last holdout of stores its kind, is closing after 38 years, signaling the end of an era. The store had a devoted community; sometimes patrons were looking for a $12,950 Victorian light fixture, other times they were just there for the friendship with owner Donetta George.
DC doesn’t have a single full-service shop dedicated to motorcycle repair. Enter: Dunn Lewis, a “lifestyle DIY motorcycle repair club” in Ivy City. Members pay a fee ($30 for 3 months) for access to all the tools, repair space, and community you’d want for repairing your own motorcycle.
Reminders from the Weekly Scheduler
Did you, too, have a failed dream of going to architecture school? Bust out the black turtleneck and live the dream--join Locale for an intimate coworking day in Studio Mayd! There’s only space for 7 so grab a ticket now. (10am-5pm)
Then, join AIA for a panel on how artificial intelligence and architecture might work together in the future (6pm)
Story District presents Man v. Nature at Black Cat. (7:30pm)