A few items of note:
* Tonight is ANC 6D'
s monthly business meeting, at 7 pm at St. Augustine's Church, Sixth and M, SW. But, as is so often the case, there's no agenda yet released. However, the commission should be voting on whether to support the liquor license application of Justin's Cafe, which was approved
by the ANC's alcohol/beverage subcommittee last week. Other than that, the lineup will just be a bundle of surprises! UPDATE:
The agenda is now posted
* The Hill is Home has a "Lost Capitol Hill" post
about the original Georgia Avenue, SE, which is now Potomac Avenue. On these maps from the early 1900s
of Near Southeast, you can see Georgia Avenue in 1903
, but not in 1909
. (If you haven't wandered through these maps before, they're worth a few minutes. Go to the main page
, click on a section of the neighborhood, and then you can use the links to go from 1903 to 1909 to 1915 to 1921.
*The Curbside Cupcake
folks are venturing into Near Southeast these days, and will be at New Jersey and M tomorrow (Tuesday, Jan. 12) from noon to 1 pm. (They set up shop there for a while last Tuesday, too.)
* And, while outside my boundaries, I think it's worth mentioning that Big Chair Coffee opened at 2122 MLK Avenue in Anacostia this morning--And Now, Anacostia has a pile of photos
of the place, which is one of the only (if not the
only) coffee house east of the river.