Fotoweek DC comes to Georgetown’s L2 Lounge tomorrow, with the exhibit ARCHITECTURE | LANDSCAPE, from the Young Austrian Photography project. It features eight Austrian artists - Clemens Ascher, Catharina Freuis , Markus Guschelbauer, Claudia Larcher, Julie Monaco, Markus Oberndorfer, Tina Ribarits, Gregor Sailer- and will be shown from November 14th to 18th.
Wednesday night’s reception is free if you use the code “Austria” at the door!
I think the happy hour is actually more for the people than the dogs...
This week in Foggy Bottom: El Chalan’s awesomeness is revered city-wide, pay to park by phone a success, stinky stinky Georgetown, and DOGGY HAPPY HOUR.
Our favorite Peruvian restaurant El Chalan gets a lot of love over at Prince of Petworth. I don’t care what the commentariat says, I love the Anticuchos de Corazon!
The pay-by-phone pilot parking program in Foggy Bottom will expand to the rest of the city’s parking meters. The catch? It’ll cost 35 cents extra each time you use it!
It wasn’t that long ago that the putrescent smells of Georgetown would carry on the wind and gag State Dept. officials here in Foggy Bottom. Who knew?
OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG Doggy happy hours at the Watergate?!?! That’s right, dog owners can now enjoy “Yappie” hour with their pets. One part booze, one part adorable, total awesome.
First Lady MO had lunch in Foggy Bottom at the Blue Duck Tavern recently, with her lady friends, evidently.
So as you must have heard, Transformers 3: Where is Megan Fox? is coming to film on the National Mall next week, which means, basically, a fuck ton of road closures, and hopefully a bunch of explosions. The filming runs from the 11th through the 15th, so those are good times to go a-stalking.
But, we at FoBoBlo know — they’re flying in on Saturday the 9th, and the big names are staying in a nice hotel in Georgetown. Keep your eyes peeled and let us know if you see any of the stars wandering around.
I’ll be hanging out in the Air & Space Museum with a pack of American Spirits.
Pro-tip: If you’re in a crowded area, say, in front of a certain University’s library, don’t just stand there in a giant huddled group as people try to move past you.
Hillary Clinton reacts when we remind her that students are coming back next week.
This week in Foggy Bottom: FoBo metro pretty much just has stairs at this point, new GW UPD Chief (preceded by students) this fall, Georgetown and GW rivalry is revisited, the State Department confuses local realtors, and something about the Real Housewives of DC … maybe.
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