Meridian Hill Park, isolated from the hustle and bustle of 16th St NW, is a gem waiting behind the concrete walls along the Street. Read about the park here. The upper portion is a French garden. Yes, that’s Joan of… Continue Reading
The evening of the day of Martin Luther King’s assassination saw the largest riots in Washington, DC’s history. Beginning at 14th and U St NW, the rioters quickly spread up and down 14th Street, destroying everything in their path. Above,… Continue Reading
Chinatown in Washington, DC, really doesn’t exist anymore except for a couple of low-quality holdouts from the 1960’s. In its place rose what is basically an outdoor, urban shopping mall, where you can go from Starbucks to Fuddruckers by simply… Continue Reading
An umbrella left in a hallway of my old apartment building Adams Morgan in Washington, DC, down the way from my friend’s apartment.
My favorite neighborhood in Washington, DC was Logan Circle. More on it tomorrow.
Many of you do not realize I lived in one of the most crime ridden areas of Washington, DC back from 2002-3. I realized, only after I had moved in that I was a pawn in my landlord’s gentrification scheme… Continue Reading
This building sat empty, coated in layer upon layer of crusty yellow paint. I often overheard people say it should be torn down as they walked by, and seeing it fully restored on the front is heartening. Now, to be… Continue Reading