New Business: Tabletop
Grand Opening Party, 5-8pm
Tabletop, 6927 Laurel Ave
SATURDAY, May 2
New Business: Spring Mill Bread Co.
Grand Opening, 7am – 6pm
Spring Mill Bread Co, 7300 Carroll Ave
SUNDAY, May 3
Tom Hayden - Listen, Yankee!: Why Cuba Matters, 9:30-11am
Politics and Prose @ Busboys and Poets, 235 Carroll St NW
42nd Annual Takoma Park House and Garden Tour, 1-5pm
125th Anniversary Tour
What used to be called the Everlasting Life Restaurant, at 341 Cedar Street, is now called Evolve. Just a change of name, same ownership and still Vegan. Check this article to see a surprise visitor to our neighborhood.
A new Thai restaurant recently opened in nearby Old Town Takoma, at 6923 Laurel Ave (where Takoma Bistro and Everyday Gourmet were). All I have heard so far, including my own meal there, has been good. For more information, see their facebook page.
I can't certify that this is the first crocus in all of Takoma but it's the first one I've seen proclaimed as the first. Therefore absent any other claims, this is it!Sharon Villines
One of DC's most popular chains has opened a branch in Takoma, at 235 Carroll St, NW. Inside, along with a bar, the restaurant, a media room for meetings, movies, and music, there is a small branch of Politics and Prose bookstore. The place is jumping! For information, see the website.
After many years of service, two of our ANC Commissioners, Sara Green (4B01) and Faith Wheeler (4B02), decided not to run for reelection. Their elected successors are André Carley and Frank Jones III, both of whom have long records of service in our neighborhood. You can get their contact information, and other information about ANC 4B in general, at http://ANC4B.org.We are grateful to Commissioners Green and Wheeler for their years of service, … Continue Reading ››
For those who don't know the history of the okra dialogue and jokes on TakomaDC@yahoogroups.com, it began in 2010 when Doug Payton posted about his okra plants and memories of Oklahoma. This started a flurry of "I love okra, I hate okra" messages and memories. And then recipes.After that, whenever discussion on the list got thorny, Tom Fedewa would post: "Looks like what we need is a new okra recipe." And … Continue Reading ››