Daily Roast

Marvelous Market Will Become Chase Bank

April 23, 2018

Vacant for the last four years, except for an occassional pop-up, the former site of Marvelous Market at Wisconsin and P Streets will soon become a bank, according to The Washington Post.  JPMorgan Chase, America’s largest bank, is opening its first consumer banking branches in the D.C. area with this prime Georgetown location slated to be one its first spots.

The company's plans were announced at a news conference April 19, 2018, as reported by The Georgetowner

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Farm to Table for Kids at Dumbarton House

April 11, 2018

Join Dumbarton House on April 26th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm for Farm to Table: Were Federal period households energy efficient? How do we interact with our environment? Students will explore the inside and outside of Dumbarton House to learn more about where our food comes from and how to be more responsible citizens of the Earth. By using herbs cut in Dumbarton House’s own garden students will feel even more connected to the historic site.

 

Part of Homeschool History Days at Dumbarton House, a hands-on programming where homeschool students ages 5-12 are invited to “travel back in time” 200 years and explore the early history of Washington D.C.

 

Each program includes an interactive tour of the museum, snack, and an activity. Cost: $7 per student, $3 per adult.

 

Follow this link to purchase tickets. 

 

Dumbarton House is located at 2715 Q Street in Georgetown.


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David FeBland at Susan Calloway Fine Arts

March 13, 2018

On view at Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery from March 23-April 21, 2018 is David FeBland’s show: Stories Red and Blue.

 

Opening reception is March 23rd from 6:00 to 8:00 pm followed by the artist’s talk on March 24th from 3:00 to 4:00 pm.

 

David FeBland’s work considers issues of privacy, conflict and isolation in contemporary urban life, employing a colorist’s eye and a strong sense of formal compositional structure. His paintings, drawing upon experiences over a wide range of geographical locations, are driven by a conviction that certain behavioral responses to ones environment are universal.

 

An internationally recognized artist, FeBland shows extensively throughout Europe, the UK and the US, where he is represented by galleries in Los Angeles, New York, London, Frankfurt, and Berlin.

 

This is David FeBland's first show at Susan Calloway Fine Arts. 

 

Susan Calloway Fine Arts is located at 1643 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.


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