Neighbor Aaron DeNu kicks us off with another segment of #DeNews – this time about some of the interesting topography of Langdon Park.
Next, we are joined by Shayla Hamlin and Amanda Sussex, the creative minds behind the delicious pre-made
BYO Cocktail, mixed right here in Ward 5 at Mess Hall.
Then one of the newest businesses to join the corridor stops by: Owner Kim Moore of
Fitness Snob talks about her vision for boutique fitness on RIA Main Street. Listen now to learn more, and be sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes, or listen to the weekly broadcast, Tuesdays at 11 a.m., on BLIS.fm!
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Amanda Sussex and Shayla Hamlin of BYO Cocktail showing off their single-serve cocktail bottles with RIA Radio hosts Kyle Todd and Michelle Yancey.
Kim Moore, owner of The Fitness Snob, along with RIA Radio hosts Kyle Todd and Michelle Yancey.
Who could use an extra $50,000 to freshen up or improve their small business? Silly question, right? The Great Streets Small Business Grants Application period is open again
until October 21, 2016. You can find out more and apply by visiting Great Streets Grants on the DC.gov website.
Great Streets will also be hosting an information session at 2012 Rhode Island Avenue, NE on
Tuesday September 6 from 1pm until 2:30pm. Visit the Great Streets events page for more information.
Great Streets 2016 Grants Flyer for additional information.
Vendors can now register for your spot at the
Procrastinator’s Holiday Market. Register now through November 18th to avoid a $20 late fee that will be applied if you register after this date. In other words, vendors need to not procrastinate to get their spot lined up.
Last year’s market was a great success and a warm, friendly event for both vendors and sellers and the Rhode Island Avenue NE community. Make sure you get involved and get your wares out there.
Register here, don’t delay…do it, now. No really.
Gotta Catch ’em All – on RIA Main Street! (
for the latest details.) Follow this event on Facebook
On Saturday, August 13, charge those phone batteries, and join us on RIA Main Street for a big day of fun, food, and Pokemon.
Businesses up and down the RIA Main Street corridor are offering specials to Pokemon Trainers. At participating shops, show them your Pokemon Go app on your phone, and get specials and discounts!
Bonus: We’ll be putting up lures at various Poke stops up and down the corridor, all day long!
New to Pokemon Go?
Start off your day at our Pokemon Go Boot Camp. Meet Pokemon Go coaches in front of Zeke’s Coffee (2300 Rhode Island Ave NE) at 10 a.m., and we’ll help you get all set up and ready to play.
(We’ll be updating this list with specials – check back soon!)
Rita’s Rhode Island Ave (2318 Rhode Island Ave NE)
Zeke’s Coffee of DC (2300 Rhode Island Ave NE)
The Museum DC (2014 Rhode Island Ave NE)
Good Food Markets (2006 Rhode Island Ave NE)
Global Print Master (2004 Rhode Island Ave NE
The Public Option (1601 Rhode Island Ave NE)
The Bakers’ Lounge (2701 12th Street NE)
Carolina Kitchen (2350 Washington Place NE)
Hands on Drums (600 Rhode Island Ave NE)
Special events schedule for the day:
Pokemon Go Day runs from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., but here are a few special events happening during the day – be sure to check them out
10 – 10:30 a.m. – Pokemon Go Boot Camp (in front of Zeke’s Coffee of DC
11 a.m. – 5 p.m. – Art in the Park(ing Lot) Backyard BBQ, featuring the Bub City BBQ Rig, hosted by RIA and Recreative Spaces (1301 Rhode Island Ave NE)
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. – Art Enables – Ward 5 Wonders & New Works Exhibition and Reception (2204 Rhode Island Ave NE)
10 a.m. – 8 p.m. – Lures will go up on Poke stops at different spots on RIA Main Street throughout the day