A man sought in a stabbing in the NoMa area last month has appeared in surveillance footage, police said.
The assault happened on the unit block of K Street NW about 11:45 p.m. June 10.
One person was injured in the attack, according to authorities.
Video police distributed Friday in connection with the crime focuses on a man with long hair and a black shirt walking with three other individuals.
It’s unclear whether one of the three other people is the victim. But authorities don’t appear to want them for questioning.
Anyone who has information regarding this case should call police at 202-727-9099. Additionally, information may be submitted to the TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411. Crime Solvers of Washington, DC currently offers a reward of up to $1,000 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons responsible for a serious crime committed in the District of Columbia
Video via YouTube/Metropolitan Police Department
Man Gets 39-Year Prison Sentence for Stabbings Near Miner — Ernest Johnson, 21, was sentenced to 39 years in prison for stabbing his ex-girlfriend, her 75-year-old grandmother and another man on the 1500 block of F Street NE, just south of Miner Elementary School. [Washington Post]
Bardo Eyes Brewery License for Navy Yard Site — Bardo is looking to secure a manufacturer’s license for a brewery at 25 Potomac Ave. SE after D.C.’s alcohol regulators wouldn’t approve its application for a tavern liquor license for the property. [Barred in DC]
Barracks Row’s New Roof to Open ‘Soon’ — The Ugly Mug at 723 8th St. SE is slated to have rooftop drinking “soon,” according to a local blog. [Hill is Home]
Work Begins on 49-Unit Capitol Hill-Area Condo Building — Construction has started on a 49-unit condo development at 900 11th St. SE. [Capitol Hill Corner]
The H Street corridor Ben’s Chili Bowl has turned one year old this week, and it’s time to party.
The half-smoke purveyor at 1001 H St. NE is celebrating Saturday with games and a visit from the Nationals Natsmobile.
The thermometer is expected to reach the lower 90s Saturday under partly sunny skies, according to the National Weather Service. But storms might develop in the afternoon. No rain is in the forecast for Sunday, which likely will have a high temperature in the upper 80s.
And according to Jessica Oros, an editor at East City Art (more info about them on Facebook, Twitter or through the publication’s newsletter), interesting places to stop for D.C.-area art this weekend include:
Addison/Ripley Fine Art (1670 Wisconsin Ave. NW)
11:30 a.m. Saturday
Artists Isabel Manalo and Christopher Addison plan to discuss the cultural inspirations of Manalo’s exhibit “Unscripted, Naturally.”
Foundry Gallery (2118 8th St. NW)
5-8 p.m. Saturday
Members of the Foundry Gallery are celebrating “summer, outdoors, freedom from school, and the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service” in an all-gallery art show, according to its website.
Studio SoHy (5132 Baltimore Ave., Hyattsville, Md.)
7 p.m. Saturday
Studio SoHy is scheduled to present a posthumous exhibit of nationally acclaimed painter Ted Kliman, who had been known for his “soaring, haunting canvasses,” as East City Art’s website noted.
DC Arts Center (2438 18th St. NW)
4 p.m. Sunday
Artist Sarah West is scheduled to discuss her exhibit “Vanishing Point,” in which West combined references to Early Renaissance paintings with digital symbols and artifacts, according to East City Art’s webpage.
The Clay CoOp (328 North Stonestreet Ave., Rockville, Md.)
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Local clay artists from the D.C. area are slated to showcase their works in Clay CoOp’s event, “Proximity.” All art work present at the show is up for sale, according to East City Art’s website.
This sponsored column is written by Ty Voyles, a licensed Realtor© in the District of Columbia and principal of Fulcrum Properties Group, a team of real estate agents located on Capitol Hill that serves Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Just hitting the market this weekend, 214 14th St. NE is an amazing find on a beautiful tree-lined street, just blocks from Lincoln Park.
This charming townhome features a deep front yard and flowing layout with gleaming hardwood floors throughout. The first floor hosts separate living room and dining room spaces, alongside a spacious updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and gleaming countertops.
Upstairs, three sun-filled bedrooms include a built-in armoire in the master and plenty of storage. The updated bath features beautiful tile-work and a luxurious shower.
The real gem is the large and well laid out backyard that offers a perfect urban oasis with a storage shed and ample space for grilling, entertaining, and relaxing. This home has it all, including a central location on Capitol Hill. Walking distance to Lincoln Park, Sherwood Recreation Center, the H Street corridor, and tons of local shopping and dining options.
Come see this home and others this weekend. Looking to buy, sell or invest in real estate? Give us a call to get started.
The views and opinions expressed in the column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Hill Now.
Capitol Put on Lockdown — Police put the U.S. Capitol on lockdown this morning. It wasn’t immediately clear what caused the lockdown. [NBC Washington]
Group Marches to Capitol Over Men Killed in Police-Involved Shootings — Demonstrators marched to the U.S. Capitol yesterday recent deadly police shootings of black men Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana. [FOX 5]
Shakespeare Theater Co. Withdraws Application for Southwest Development — Shakespeare Theater Co. has withdrawn its Planned Unit Development application for the site at 501 I St. SW. [Hill Rag]
Hill Now’s building permit roundup is back again. Check out what your neighbors are constructing around the Capitol Hill area.
The permits the D.C. government issued from Thursday, June 30, to Wednesday, July 6, are below. Permits from our previous roundups are here.
The data also is available through this link.
This project is a work in progress. Please share your thoughts with us in the comment section or at [email protected].
EventsDC is set to hold scheduled a quarterly meeting for the community to talk about happenings at RFK Stadium on the 4th floor of the arena (2400 E Capitol St. SE) Monday at 7 p.m.
The meeting should cover past, current and future events at the stadium, Pete Kirschner, Director of Communications and Marketing at EventsDC, said.
“We are always open to and encourage residents to provide feedback,” Kirschner added.
One topic that may be on the agenda is the stadium’s Summer Cinema Series, since Kirschner mentioned it might be a popular topic among residents.
Photo via Wikimedia/Ben Schumin
At Large Councilmember David Grosso has turned to a NoMa-area community leader to take the helm of his office.
Tony Goodman, who has represented NoMa and Near Northeast on ANC 6C for the past four years, became Grosso’s chief of staff Tuesday.
He succeeded Keenan Austin, who stepped down this summer to serve as the Florida political director for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
— Tony T Goodman (@TonyTGoodman) July 5, 2016
Great to have you on board! https://t.co/5eefIHT0de
— David Grosso (@cmdgrosso) July 5, 2016
He most recently was a D.C. Department of General Services construction manager, working on projects that included a new pedestrian and bike trail that will run from NoMa to the National Arboretum.
Originally from the San Francisco Bay area, Goodman has lived in D.C. since 2002.
“The Councilmember is very excited to have Tony on board,” Grosso spokesman. “Tony’s experience with various aspects of District government deepen the knowledge base of an already incredible staff and he looks forward to working with him on behalf of the people of the District of Columbia.”
Photo via Twitter/Tony Goodman
Jefferson Academy’s New Principal Speaks Out — Greg Dohmann, who was tapped to lead Jefferson Middle School Academy for the 2016-2017 school year, said he hopes to make the Southwest school a “destination school for kids around the city.” [Hill Rag]
Capitol Hill Staffers Can Get Lead Tests — Members of Congress and their staffers now can get free blood tests to determine if they have high levels of lead in their bodies. Facilities managers last week said they found an elevated amount of lead in water in a Capitol office building. [Huffington Post]
Five People Seriously Injured in Car Crash Near Eliot-Hine Middle School — Five people were seriously injured in a car crash near Eliot-Hine Middle School yesterday. [Hill Now]
5 patients all with serious injuries transported from 18 & C Sts NE. We are clearing the scene. pic.twitter.com/ysf9ursbDF
— DC Fire and EMS (@dcfireems) July 6, 2016
Five people were seriously injured in a car crash near Eliot-Hine Middle School earlier this afternoon, authorities said.
The crash happened at the intersection of 18th and C streets NE some time before 4:15 p.m. today, according to D.C. Fire and EMS.
Though it was unclear how the crash occurred, a video of the aftermath shows it involved at least two cars. One of the cars was flipped on its side.
Video via D.C. Fire and EMS
A festival with live music, cold drinks, games and lots of food trucks is once again set to return to Navy Yard in a couple days.
Truckeroo, the self-described “biggest food truck gathering in D.C.,” is scheduled for the Bullpen at Half Street Fairgrounds (1299 Half St. SE) Friday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., according to a press release.
Admission is free, and more than 25 food trucks are slated to come to the event.
The food trucks slated to participate include:
- BBQ Bus
- Carmen’s Italian Ice
- Crepe Love
- DC Empanadas
- DC Slices
- Urban Poutine
- Due South
- Feelin’ Crabby
- Fire & Rice
- Halal Grill
- Misco Honey
- Pittsburgh Rick’s
- Peruvian Brothers
- Red Hook Lobster Pound
- South Meets East
- Tacos Matadores
- That Cheesecake Truck
- The Big Cheese
- The Orange Cow
- Korean BBQ Taco Box
- NeatMeat DC
- Sloppy Mama’s
Photo via Georgetown Events