Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Link roundup

Today is election day in DC.  If you haven't already early voted in the general election, make sure to find time to get to the polls today.

Prince of Petworth has photographs of the Totem Poles temporary exhibit on the 300 block of H Street, where a new residential building with a Giant on the ground floor will eventually rise.

East City Art had this piece on the H Street Arts District, which also ran in the October Hill Rag.

CityBizlist covered the groundbreaking for the Flats at the Atlas (1600 Maryland).  DC UrbanTurf has a few more details on the project and its expected impact on the H Street Corridor.  DCmud has some of the interior designs and they look very nice -- some units will have Capitol views.

The City Paper is impressed with their first experience with the Dangerously Delicious DC Pie Truck.

TBD follows up on DC's failure to get Philadelphia Water Ice to remove a wooden box from public space.

The Red Palace (the combined rebirth of the Red and the Black and the Palace of Wonders) proudly (fully re-) opens Saturday.  Urban Daddy has some details.

CHAMPS announced that voting for the Hilly Awards ends on Thursday.  Cast your ballot now -- lots of H Street's finest have been nominated.  The Awards will be announced on November 19, at Eastern Market's North Hall.

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