Washington City Paper may have a buyer, the city’s population closes in on 700,000, lots of happenings this weekend, and other news of the day over in the District.
- Things to do this weekend. [Washingtonian/Post]
- Tips for holiday travelers. [Curbed]
- Jury acquits first Inauguration Day protesters. [Washingtonian]
- Businessman Mark Ein says he plans to buy the Washington City Paper. [Washingtonian]
- “It’s not fun, but it could be worse.” [Post]
- Robber stole hundreds of dollars from Mount Pleasant restaurant. [Eater]
- Tips for shopping at Room & Board’s annual clearance sale. [Washingtonian]
- Police officer makes handmade stuffed animals in memory of fallen colleague. [NBC]
- D.C.’s estimated population is 693,972. [PoPville]
- New Penn Quarter restaurant marries local ingredients to traditional Indian dishes. [Eater]
- You’re familiar with the pop-up, but what about the hop-back? [Urban Turf]
- An ambitious plan to rethink a 17-acre Smithsonian campus. [WBJ]
- Is this recently-resigned reporter considering a run for office? [NBC]
- #RIPDCist. [DC Inno]
- March and vigil for the homeless. [NBC]
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The 44th Leeway Overlee Community Day and Yard
Sale will be along the John Marshall Drive/Ohio Street greenway on
Saturday, June 3 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. The community will be out in
force to exchange information and greetings, sell unneeded household
items, and pick up a few bargains.
About 100 families set up tables for the festivities, which take
place along the six-block stretch of the greenway from near Langston
Blvd. to Washington Blvd. Attendance is free, but
a $10 fee will be collected from individuals and families selling
household items during the event. Ensure that all goods and rubbish are
removed from the greenway by 1 p.m. Leave dogs at home.
For more info, call 703-532-6101. If planning to sell, start labeling
your items for sale NOW! Event will take place as long as there is not
active rain. Rain date is June 10.
36TH FESTIVAL ARGENTINO
ARLINGTON JUNE 3RD, 2023
Sat, June 3rd I 3:30 pm / Shows 5:50 pm I Kenmore Auditorium I Glencarlyn
The 36th Festival Argentino USA celebrates Argentine Day and Cultural Freedom. The folkloric group Los 4 de Córdoba and 25 more artists from Argentina, World, and Solidarity Tribute, 200 years of friendship between USA and Argentina!.
Homebuying 101: Steps to Getting Pre-Approved
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4th of July Celebration & Fireworks
Treat yourself this Independence Day with a world-class, private 4th of July extravaganza at the Military Women’s Memorial – a premier National Capital Region site.
Great food, fun, and the best views of Washington DC’s spectacular fireworks display. Relax, enjoy,