Tag Archives: Truxton Circle

G2K a BACA Business: The Boundary Stone

“We want to make sure everyone feels welcome,” explains Gareth Croke, one of the owners behind Boundary Stone at 116 Rhode Island Ave. That’s how you wind up with a beer list that includes $3 Stroh’s side-by-side with a whiskey … Continue reading

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G2K a BACA Business: Uncle Chips

This is the third in a series of posts about local businesses and their owners. Check out earlier posts about Revive Catering and Food-On-The-Go and Studio 85! When Shannon Boyle opened Uncle Chips Coffee and Dessert at North Capitol and … Continue reading

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Get-to-Know-A-Bates-Area-Business: Revive Catering and Food On-the-Go

This is the first in what I hope can be a semi-regular series of profiles of local business owners in the neighborhood. If you’re a local entrepreneur and have a story to tell, let me know! “Food brought us together, … Continue reading

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Storm over Cook Part II, and other issues

Resolution against the LAYC moving into the Cook School was approved almost unanimously at the BACA meeting two nights ago. There was one voice who opposed the resolution. Attached here is a copy of it. This or a close version … Continue reading

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InShaw Bibiliography of Truxton Circle name

To follow on our discussion of the Truxton Circle name,  see InShaw’s bibliography of TC in the WashPost.

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What’s in a Name?

Since moving to DC I hear the question a lot: “which neighborhood do you live in?” More than anywhere I’ve lived, people in this city seem very conscious of their choice of neighborhood and what it says about them. In … Continue reading

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Local Judo Demonstration, Trial Class- Saturday May 2

This Saturday, May 2, the Primal Judo club will be offering a live demonstration of judo techniques and a beginner’s lesson for anyone who would like to join in the fun.  The demo/class will be held from 10 AM to … Continue reading

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