Georgetown Ready for Wide Open Weekend
We're seeing real brick and the black of pavement. The Georgetown Circulator is operating – on a modified route (westbound on lower K Street and eastbound on M Streets and no Wisconsin Avenue north of M Street) – but it is operating. People everywhere are moving enormous banks of snow. The temperature hit 39o and encouraged melting. Shops, restaurants and deli’s are doing great business. It’s safe to plan for a wide open Georgetown this weekend!
Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans and Suzanne Ziska of Cambridge Place admire the work of a front end loader at work on 32nd Street at P Street
Bess Williamson digs her car out on P Street on Thursday morning.
James Price and Riccardo Bonino dig snow to open the Griffin Market.
On the Circulator, Amy Procknal checks out the Georgetown Dish as she makes her to Dulles.
That's Furin's behind the snow on M Street.
Enjoying Furin's are Maria Fernandez and Marco Alarcon in the District on a business trip from sunny Los Angeles.
Hank DiNunzio enjoyed his breakfast at Furin's on M Street
Rahul Talwar looks forward to a good day for boot sales at The Walking Co.
MPD Officer J. K. Johnson joins the staff the busy Marvelous Market, (l. to r.) Violet Arqueta, Jonathan Evans, Danielle Scott and Kunchok Tenzin on Wisconsin Avenue.