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by Borderstan.com February 29, 2012 at 2:30 pm 0

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News from Dupont, Logan, U Street neighborhoods.

By Michelle Lancaster. You can follow her and let her know your news on Twitter @MichLancaster. Email her at michellel[AT]borderstan.com.

Pitchers and catchers have already reported to spring training in Florida and Arizona, it’s been above 60 degree two days in a row… if you are still convinced it’s not quite springtime yet, the announcement of Little League sign-ups should convince you.

Banneker City Little League is open to boys and girls, aged 4 to 12, who live in Ward 1. Games take place at Banneker Recreation Center (Georgia Avenue and Howard Place NW) and at Harrison Recreation Center (13th and V Streets NW).

For more info, check out the Banneker City Little League site to register. There’s something for everyone, ranging from T-ball; to AAA division ball (where players learn to throw three pitches, tricks about bat speed and base-running skills); to softball.

Harrison Field is also the home of the U Street Movie Series, “Harrison Field Under the Stars.” The monthly showings run from May through October.

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by Borderstan.com February 29, 2012 at 12:30 pm 1 Comment

"Borderstan" "Standard" "14th Street NW"

More seating planned for Standard BBQ at 14th and S Streets NW. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Luis Gomez and and Michelle Lancaster. You can follow Gomez on Twitter @LuisGomezPhotos and at One Photograph A DayYou can follow Lancaster and share your news on Twitter @MichLancaster. Email her at michellel[AT]borderstan.com.

Given the weather of late, restaurants that usually keep patio furniture in deep storage until April have kept them out and open. Count Standard back into the patio and outdoor eating game — the BBQ joint reopens on Thursday, March 1. Washington City Paper has a preview of what you can expect this year, and it’s all good stuff.

Your old favorites are still on the menu, and Chef-Owner Tad Curtz plans to include a similar rotating menu of special meats. In 2012, though, special means more than chicken and short ribs; we’re talking lamb shoulder, crispy cheeks and Cornish game hens as possible options. Vegetarians hoping for tofu will be a little salty at his refusal to include it on the menu, but hopefully appeased by his move to put more veg-friendly stuff on the menu as sides. Also on the menu for 2012: the return of those glorious doughnuts, gluten-free beer, wine and cider. It’s so good to have this back open in the ‘hood, and now with a 30-foot table for private parties!

The good news are not only that Standard BBQ is opening March 1 but that it will have more room for at least 30 of us to sit. We spoke to Curtz, as he was measuring the right placement for the seats, which will be located on the S Street side of the restaurant. He told us that they were still waiting for the permit but that it will hopefully be approved for the re-opening date. As for the menu, Curtz said that we will probably find more veggies. Standard BBQ is at the northeast corner of 14th and S Streets NW.

Curtz has also filed for a liquor license application the former Well Built furniture store location at 14th and Q Streets NW for an Italian-themed restaurant.

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by Borderstan.com February 29, 2012 at 10:30 am 0

"Borderstan" "Bang Salon", Luis Gomez Photos

Flaminia Garioni applies makeup to Marine wife Sarah Kelber at Bang Salon on Sunday afternoon. Garioni of f.y.u.b.i Makeup Studio donated her time for the event. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Luis Gomez. Catch his photos on Picplz and at One Photograph A Day. Follow him on Twitter @LuisGomezPhotos.

Last Sunday afternoon Bang Salon on U Street hosted a “Beauty Makeover Salon Day” for wives of local Marines serving in Afghanistan. The wives were given a few hours of pampering by stylists who donated their time for makeup advice, haircuts and styling. Their husbands will arrive home to the DC area in the next few weeks.

The Marines are all members of the DC-based reservist group the 4th Civil Affairs Group. They do community outreach work in Afghanistan with the civilian population.

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U Street Bang Salon Manager Patrick Guarniere and  Jessica Erfer. (Luis Gomez Photos)

“These strong-willed ladies have been through a lot. A lot of stress, hard work and fatigue,” said Patrick Guarniere, manager at Bang U-Street. “I can’t think of a more deserving group of individuals to give this day of beauty to. We are going to make them absolutely stunning for when they reunite with their husbands.”

The idea for the Sunday makeover session was the brainchild of Guarniere and Jessica Erfer. Erfer, a Dupont resident and former assistant at Bang, is married to one of the Marines serving in Afghanistan.

She told Borderstan that military families are increasingly moving into the Borderstan area. “More and more families are moving into this area and into the city overall, when they might have chosen the suburbs before,” Erfer said. “Part of it is the end of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,’ but it’s straight members of the military and their families, too.”

Bang Salon also has locations at Verizon Center and the Metropole on 15th Street NW.

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by Borderstan.com February 29, 2012 at 8:00 am 0

By Michelle Lancaster. You can follow her and let her know your news on Twitter @MichLancaster. Email her at michellel[AT]borderstan.com

"Borderstan "42_Bus"

A 42 Cocktail. (Luis Gomez Photos)

Oh, Metrobus. Despite innovations for mobile apps that should help you plan your trip, the buses still seem to run on their own schedule, which is carefully designed to thwart you on your most crunched-for-time mornings. Singer-songwriter Rene Moffatt lives in Mount Pleasant, and his experience with the 42 bus inspired a song and accompanying music video.

The Washington Post brings you the lyrics, link to video and more info about his debut album. I’ll admit to finding it pretty catchy, in a Jack Johnson kind of way.

If you’ve experienced anything similar to the full buses, out of service buses and loud cellphone talkers described in the song, you’ve probably also wanted a drink (along with your iPod) to ease the pain of the journey. Well, now you can (we do not condone breaking WMATA law on drinking on the bus).

The video was supported by Think Local First DC and they in turn have helped your 42 drinking dreams come true! Stop in to hear the song and try out a ‘Route 42’ signature cocktail for $4.20 at Tryst or the Diner; a ‘Route 42′ cupcake at Hello Cupcake; a ‘Route 42’ latte at Yola and a ridiculous-sounding Route 42 dessert at Flying Fish. The specials run through March 4.

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Singer and songwriter Rene Moffatt wrote a song about the Route 42 bus. (Courtesy Rene Moffatt)

The 42 Cocktail

What’s in a 42 cocktail, you ask? We got the scoop from Think Local First DC:

Tryst on 18th Street NW: 42 Bus Sparkler: (highball, over ice) ½ oz Sobieski, ½ oz Aperol, splash honey syrup, top with cava and dash grapefruit bitters, garnish lemon twist.

The Diner on 18th Street NW: 42 Toddy: (bar mug) 1½ oz Jim Beam, 1 tsp honey, 1 tsp lemon juice, top with chamomile/lavender tea, garnish with a thin lemon wheel.

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by Borderstan.com February 29, 2012 at 6:00 am 0

"Borderstan" "Hank's Oyster Bar"

“Hank’s” is by ep_jhu from the Borderstan flickr pool.

Photos of the Day are pulled from the Borderstan Reader Photos pool on Flickr.

Today’s photo, “Hank’s” was taken by ep_jhu on February 19 at 17th and Q Streets NW.

If you don’t already have a Flickr account, you will need to sign up for one, and then join the Borderstan Reader Photos group. Already a Flickr member? Join the group! You can submit up to five photos per day in the Borderstan reader pool. We are looking for photos from D.C.’s Dupont, Logan and U Street neighborhoods.

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by Borderstan.com February 28, 2012 at 1:00 pm 0

From Alden Leonard. Contact him at alden[AT]borderstan.com and follow him @aldenleonard on Twitter.

The Washington Post reported that the DC Council has approved new rules requiring its members to “treat other members with dignity and respect and refrain from using profane, indecent or abusive language” in public meetings. Fittingly, the vote went without debate.

The DC Council is based at the Wilson Building, 14th and Pennsylvania NW. (Luis Gomez Photos)

Chairman Kwame R. Brown spearheaded the resolution, which was prompted by last week’s heated exchange between Councilmen David Catania and Marion Barry. The new rules allow Brown to remove decorum offenders from future meetings so long as it does not impede their ability to cast a vote.

Speaking of missing votes, Barry skipped Tuesday’s council meeting and did not vote on the proposal.

Although Catania supported the measure, he questioned why the Council, which is endlessly fraught with ethics scandals, would suddenly be concerned about profanity. “This body [is injecting] itself as Emily Post or Miss Manners while last year the majority of members said nothing when a colleague essentially admitted to stealing,” he said, according to The Post. Catania was frustrated by the media’s fixation on the ethics rules rather than on more pressing matters, such as his recent work providing services to at-risk youth.

But Catania’s verbal assault on Barry — including calling him a “despicable human being” — received too much coverage to be ignored, and has many calling for an apology.

“We’re going to take him into the back room and kick his tail,” the Rev. R. Joyce Scott said recently. “And we’re going to do that in public.” Scott did not specify the location of this public back room.

On Tuesday, Catania stood by his heated exchange with Barry, saying he will not apologize.

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by Borderstan.com February 28, 2012 at 11:18 am 2 Comments

"Borderstan" "U Street NW"

Truck-biker accident at 11th and U Streets NW. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Luis Gomez. Catch his photos at One Photograph A Day. Follow him on Twitter @LuisGomezPhotos.

We still do not have any Police report on this incident. But seems like a man riding a Capital BikeShare was hit by a truck  at 11th and U Streets NW. The biker was taken to a hospital while police were still on site.

According to NBC Channel 4 on Tuesday, “The bicyclist, a 29-year-old Northwest man, is in stable condition, News4’s Pat Collins reported. He was charged with failure to yield right of way and a red light violation.”

Channel 9 and Channel 4 have more details.

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by Borderstan.com February 28, 2012 at 11:00 am 0

"Borderstan" "Charlie Visconage"

The Charlie Visconage Show runs weekly through March 22 at the DC Arts Center, 2438 18th Street NW. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Kate Hays. Follow her on Twitter @kateyhays and email her at kate[AT]borderstan.com.

DC’s newest talk show host has variety in his blood. Charlie Visconage was introduced to improv comedy by a high school teacher, has dabbled in competitive ballroom dancing, is an amateur photographer and has an affection for comic books (Batman and Watchman, mostly).

Last October, he found himself unhappy at work (sales – hated it) and quit to clear his mind and get creative. He listened to some Chris Gethard and read The War For Late Night. Soon, an idea began to brew. After a push from mentor Topher Bellavia and a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign, The Charlie Visconage Show was born – for a 10-week first run.

Every week, between now and March 22, 2012, the show will highlight area artists, musicians and all-around interesting people. Upcoming guests include Amy Saidman and James Alefantis (of Comet Ping Pong fame).  On March 15, the show will host an evening dedicated to sex and romance, with a burlesque dancer and a real-life “Hitch.”

When he’s not hamming it up, Charlie does have a day job, is big into old cars and patronizes local Borderstan haunts like The Standard, Church Key and Peregrine. No matter where he is, Charlie is always plotting his next move.

“The worst thing is a person who talks about things… and never does them.”

Something tells me Charlie is in the clear.

Go check out DC’s latest Conan and learn more about our local noteworthy talent on display each week.

The Charlie Visconage Show runs January 19, 2012 through March 22, 2012; shows are Thursday night at 10pm at the DC Arts Center.

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by Borderstan.com February 28, 2012 at 8:00 am 0

DC, Department, Public Works, street, sweeping

Street sweeping resumes March 1, but parking enforcement does not begin until March 12. (Luis Gomez Photos)

You’ve been warned: The winter hiatus on city street sweeping ends this Thursday, March 1. Move your car from street sweeping zones on the appropriate day and time or face the possibility that your car will be towed.

But you do have a slight break: Parking enforcement — meaning towing — does not begin until Monday, March 12.

Moreover, there is one sentence in the DC Department of Public Works (DPW) news release you are well advised to follow:

“Motorists are urged to note the days and times on the signs because some signs were changed since last year.” This means to look carefully at the signs that are posted on the block where you park your car “that identify the days of the week and hours of the day when parking restrictions will be in effect so the sweepers can clean the streets effectively.”

Since street sweeping ended for the winter on October 31 of last year, some signs have been changed. There were also some changes last spring when sweeping resumed. For example, blocks on opposite sides of the same street flipped days. Residents who park on the street had to get used to the change in routine.

“This year, we are revising signs in residential neighborhoods with commercial interests to support their customers’ access to curbside parking spaces during the day. For example, DPW posted new times in the 1400 block of P Street NW where Whole Foods and several restaurants form a commercial island within a residential neighborhood,” according to DPW Director William Howland, Jr.

One more warning from Public Works: Avoid parking along sweeping routes before that day’s restriction ends. Why?  “A supervisor follows behind the sweeper and may require the block to be swept again, so no one should park until the end of the posted sweeping period,” said Howland

For more information about street sweeping, go to the DPW website.

by Borderstan.com February 28, 2012 at 6:00 am 0

"Borderstan" "Gandhi" "Mike in DC"

“Gandhi” is by Mike in DC from the Borderstan flickr pool.

Photos of the Day are pulled from the Borderstan Reader Photos pool on Flickr.

Today’s photo, “Gandhi” was taken by Mike in DC on February 21 on Massachusetts Avenue NW.

If you don’t already have a Flickr account, you will need to sign up for one, and then join the Borderstan Reader Photos group. Already a Flickr member? Join the group! You can submit up to five photos per day in the Borderstan reader pool. We are looking for photos from D.C.’s Dupont, Logan and U Street neighborhoods.

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by Borderstan.com February 27, 2012 at 6:41 pm 0

"Borderstan" "Dupont Circle"

Dupont Circle traffic lights will be off for several hours on Tuesday. (Luis Gomez Photos)

The traffic lights around Dupont Circle will be off today for several hours this morning, according to the DC Department of Transportation. The traffic lights are expected to be turned off around 10 am this morning.

DC officials said the lights will go off for several hours while city crews do maintenance and make upgrades. There will be officers to direct traffic, but be prepared for delays around the area. WTOP has more details.

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by Borderstan.com February 27, 2012 at 2:00 pm 1,127 3 Comments

"Borderstan" "Wedding"

A Borderstan bride’s list of wedding locations in the Dupont-Logan-U Street NW area. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Ashley Lusk. Check out her blog, Metropoetrylis. Find her on Twitter @arlusk or email her.

I’m getting married. In Borderstan. Because I love this neighborhood and I wanted to have a hyper-local wedding. And my gift to you, to this entire city, is to show you how almost your whole wedding can happen here. Today we’ll kick off with several places in our neighborhood where you can hold a righteous reception (and ceremony too!).

TIP: Unless your guests are taking public transportation, you’ll probably want to look at hiring a valet service for your big day. You’ll also want to check in with the National Park Service to make note of any special permits you’ll need to get married on public lands.

Here’s a breakdown of locations in the Dupont, Logan and U Street areas.

Dupont Circle Locations

The Whitmore House. Home to the Women’s Democratic National Party, this location has an aura of history; it was, after all, the place where Eleanor Roosevelt gave her weekly radio addresses to the nation. You can have both your wedding and reception in this grand house, plus they’re pals with some great local caterers. This location at Whitmore House is key — it is just a few blocks from the Dupont Circle metro stop.

Hillyer Art Space. This is a fun place for a small, eclectic wedding–and you can guarantee that your wedding will be unlike any other because the art in this space shifts monthly. The location hosts about 75 people sitting and is a short walk from the Dupont Circle Metro.

Tabard Inn. Choosing The Tabard Inn for your event makes picking a reception menu so easy. Event Rooms can accommodate a maximum of 56 people for a seated, plated function and a maximum of 100 people for a standing reception style.

Dupont Circle Hotel. The Dupont Circle Hotel can host weddings from 20 to 250 guests in one of their grand ballrooms, or can accommodate your rehearsal dinner at Café Dupont. A look at their wedding packages has prices that start at $120 per person.

Textile Museum. The Textile Museum has a beautiful outdoor venue, that frankly, isn’t going to need many additional decorations. The venue starts at $3,500, which is a steal, but forget the BBQ — this location does not allow red food or red wine.

There are several restaurants in the neighborhood that accommodate private events like wedding receptions, but know that you’ll be paying top dollar for these locations to close their doors to the public during high traffic time.

  • Darlington House
  • One Lounge
  • Agora
  • Beacon Bar and Grille
  • Firefly
  • Mandu
  • Palm
  • Restaurant Nora  (Source: Open Table)

Logan Circle Locations

Hotel Rouge. For a wedding that shows off your urban savvy, but leaves the details to the professionals, consider Hotel Rouge.

Fathom Gallery. If you knew that this space existed, you’ve got one over on me. This beautiful gallery has the one commodity that you can’t find at any of the other locations on this: a roof. deck. Sign on the dotted line with your fiancé, immediately.

Carnegie Institution for Science. If you have a lot of extra cash lying around, my bet for an elegant DC wedding is the Carnegie Institution for Science. This historic building can accommodate up to 160 people for your wedding and ceremony. Rental costs start at $5,200.

U Street

Busboys & Poets. Hands down, one of the most authentic places to have your reception or rehearsal dinner is Busboys & Poets. Their socially conscious murals provide an interesting backdrop when your Dad hops up on the mini-stage and recites “Butterfly Kisses” by heart.

Meridian House. This location, just across from Meridian Hill Park, can host 200 people and still have room for a dance floor. One of the most expensive locations I’ve found in all of the District, it’s going to cost you $12,000 to have your wedding here in the high season and a mere $8,000 in the dead of winter.

For smaller private parties (such as rehearsal dinner), check out Marvin, Vinoteca or Policy.

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by Borderstan.com February 27, 2012 at 12:00 pm 0

From Alden Leonard. Contact him at [email protected] and follow him @aldenleonard on Twitter.

The New Hampshire House of Representatives has voted down a proposal that would have made it the first state to endorse statehood for the District, DCist reports. The measure failed by a 248-79 vote that fell mostly along party lines. (See Borderstan’s previous coverage on the DC statehood movement, links at bottom of this post.)

Click for more photos from DC Flag Tattoo Day in Dupont Circle on June 14. (Luis Gomez Photos)

The vote followed a trip last month by a delegation of District officials who traveled to the Granite State to lobby the chamber to make DC the 51st state. State representatives in Concord balked at the request, questioning in particular whether granting such autonomy to the nation’s capital would be constitutional.

The delegation tried a number of arguments to sway the Chamber, but to no avail. There are other similar measures supporting DC statehood in state legislatures around the country.

Bordertan asked Martin Moulton, who is active in the DC statehood movement for comment.

“What I learned on my visit to Concord was that a majority of the state leaders, where I attended one of the top colleges in the United States, are completely ignorant about facts about our nation’s capital city. It’s 2012. I was shocked and embarrassed for them. When my father and aunts immigrated to this country, they needed a better understanding of civics than some of these lawmakers needed to get elected,” said Moulton.

In addition to being active in the DC statehood movement, Moulton is president of the Convention Center Community Association. He is also “#39” — one of 41 DC residents arrested April 11 during a sit-in demonstration near the U.S. Capitol.

Check out the DC Vote site for more information about the statehood movement.

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by Borderstan.com February 27, 2012 at 10:00 am 1,245 1 Comment

"Borderstan" "Dupont Circle" :Klingons"

Klingons in Dupont Circle on Saturday afternoon: The two men in Klingon dress are from an organization called The Imperial Klingon Battle Fleet. At center is Marc Okrand, an Adams Morgan resident, who created the Klingon language in 1984. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Matty Rhoades and Luis Gomez.

It’s not every Saturday you get a chance to see some Klingons in Dupont Circle. But several did show up in hopes of being selected for parts in WSC Avant Bard’s presentation of “Shakespeare in Klingon II” at Artisphere in Rosslyn on Saturday, March 4. (For you hard-core DCites, it’s just across the river on Wilson Boulevard in Arlington).

According to WSC Managing Director Kyle Jean Fisher, two to four of the Klingons who showed up Saturday will be selected for roles in the show, which will be in the Klingon language. What, you say? If you are not a true Trekkie, you may not know that there is a Klingon language. In fact, the creator of Klingon-speak lives in Adams Morgan and his name is Marc Okrand, a linguist. And if you don’t know who the Klingons even are, then Wikipedia has a great history of Klingons and their part in the Star Trek TV shows and movies.

“Klingon was created in Adams Morgan in 1984. I did it for the 1984 movie, “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock,” said Okrand. He also created a Vulcan language, although it is “much more limited, with fewer words, than Klingon.”

We spoke with one of the two men pictured above in full Klingon regalia — Burad Joh ‘aj is his Klingon name and he is at far left in the above photo. He explained that they were from a Maryland chapter of Klingon devotees, The Imperial Klingon Battle Fleet. We suspect he made the cut for the March 4 production at Artisphere.

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by Borderstan.com February 27, 2012 at 8:00 am 1,834 6 Comments

From Cody Telep. Follow him on Twitter @codywt, email him at cody[AT]borderstan.com.

A woman was stabbed several times in the leg while inside Tabaq Bistro at 1336 U Street NW early Saturday morning, according to reports from the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA).

The victim was conscious and breathing according to a tweetfrom MPD and was taken to Washington Hospital Center. Her current condition is unknown. MPD has not announced any arrests in the case.

Tabaq, Bistro, U, Street, closure, notice, MPD

1336 U Street NW: MPD closed Tabaq Lounge temporarily on Saturday at 6 pm. (Cody Telep)

According to an ABRA investigative report provided by Councilmember Jim Graham (D-Ward 1) on the U Street listserv, the stabbing occurred during a large fight inside Tabaq Bistro. It is not clear if the fight occurred during the “Love vs. Lust, Roses & Rozay” event that took place Friday night. MPD reported the stabbing at about 3 am Saturday. The ABRA investigation determined that staff at Tabaq failed to notify ABRA or MPD about the incident.

As a result, MPD Chief Cathy Lanier closed the establishment at 6 pm on Saturday. Chief Lanier has the authority to temporarily close establishments serving alcohol for up to 96 hours under the Emergency Suspension of Liquor Licenses Act of 2005.

Such closures can occur when “The Chief of Police finds that continued operation of this establishment would present an imminent danger to the health, safety, and welfare of the public; that there is an additional imminent danger to the health and welfare of the public by not closing this establishment; and that there is no immediately available measure to ameliorate these findings.”

The ABRA investigation continues and the date of Tabaq Bistro’s hearing before the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board has not been announced. The Board does have a regularly scheduled meeting set for Wednesday, February 29,  at 9:30 am. Tabaq Bistro previously faced a fact finding hearing before the Board on October 19, 2011, for an assault inside the establishment. The Board voted unanimously to take no further action after the hearing.

Lanier has previously used her authority under the Emergency Suspension of Liquor Licenses Act of 2005 to close Heritage India and Mood Lounge after violent incidents. Both establishments later reopened after hearings before the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.

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