Friday, October 30, 2020

DINNERS FOR TONIGHT AND HALLOWEEN - Roasted Chicken, Brussels sprout salad, fire cracker shrimp, ribs, crab cakes

This weekend at Big Bear we're roasting free-range chickens, crab cakes, and firecracker shrimp, and honey glazed St. Louis ribs.   


Protein for the kids!


Robbie is making his stone-ground flatbreads, cabbage kimchi and shredded Brussels sprout salad, and baking blue corn cornbread and double chocolate cream cake.

For kids we have grass fed beef meatballs,
whole grain pasta and all natural parmesan cheese, 
and a stone-ground cheese pizza foccacia.

schedule a time for PICK-UP or DELIVERY.
 

 

- MENU -


MAINS

Wood-Roasted Lemon Garlic Chicken
crispy potatoes, local feta, wild oregano

Firecracker Shrimp
spicy aioli, cilantro, mint, jicama, cucumber salad  

~vegetarian option~
Butternut Squash Fritters

w/smoked mozzarella, grilled radicchio, caramelized fennel, and roasted onions


SIDES AND SALADS

Sliced Brussels Sprout Salad
w/roasted apples, kale, Virginia peanuts, and honey mustard dressing

Blue Corn Grit Cornbread
fresno chili, honey, pimento dip

Cabbage Kimchi Slaw
w/scallion ginger ponzu vinaigrette


DESSERT

Double Chocolate Cream Cake
with farm-fresh organic beaten cream



ADD-ON ENTREES

Baked Maryland Crab Cakes
Chesapeake Blue crab slowly baked with pimento dip and red chili mayo

1/2 Rack of Wood-Roasted Hot Honey Pork Ribs
slow-roasted all-natural Lancaster, PA pork, hot honey, chili

Butternut Squash Fritters
w/smoked mozzarella, grilled radicchio, caramelized fennel, and roasted onions

Additional Double Chocolate Cream Cake
with farm-fresh organic beaten cream


ADD-ON SIDES

Mac and Cheese w/aged Shelburne cheddar

Grass-Fed Beef Meatballs

Fire-Oven Appalachian Cheddar, Roasted Lemon Focaccia


KIDS

Fusilli Noodles and Parmesan

Cheese Pizza w/Mozzarella and Tomato


AVAILABLE IN THE EVENING HOT AND READY: THURSDAY - SATURDAY

(5:30pm to 8pm)





Wednesday, October 28, 2020

HPRB actions: 2422 North Capitol St NW > no vote > come back again with a proposal that would not be visible

From: Office of Planning 

Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 4:03 PM

Subject: HPRB ACTIONS - October 22, 2020

 

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Greetings:

This document and the Agenda, Consent Calendar and staff reports for the October 22 meeting of the Historic Preservation Review Board are posted on the website . Archived video of the hearing is posted on the website at:  https://planning.dc.gov/node/905322  .

 Project Drawings are also posted on the website at:   https://planning.dc.gov/page/historic-preservation-office

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Historic Preservation Review Board Meeting

October 22, 2020 

The Historic Preservation Review Board convened a public meeting on October 22 via WebEx. Present for the meeting were: Marnique Heath, Chair; Andrew Aurbach, Thomas Brokaw, Linda Greene, Outerbridge Horsey, Sandra Jowers-Barber, Gretchen Pfaehler.

 

 AGENDA 

INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATION

Overview of recently completed projects.

 

DUPONT CIRCLE HISTORIC DISTRICT

1625 P Street NW (Stead Park), HPA 20-468, concept/ renovate carriage house; addition to carriage house; alterations to south end of park.

The Board supported the design direction, made recommendations for refinements, and directed the applicants to return to the Board for further review. Vote: 6-0 (Horsey recused)

 

MOUNT PLEASANT HISTORIC DISTRICT

1745 Park Road NW, HPA 20-516, permit/roll-up garage door.

The Board recommended clearance of the permit application for a roll-up vehicle gate as sufficiently retentive of the character of the property and compatible with the character of the historic district generally, with the condition that the gate itself be prefinished in a color (preferably earth-tone) rather than leaving it bare metal.  The Board acknowledged the ANC resolution of support for the project.  The ANC had requested that the Board “affirm that the informal design review principles discussed by HPO in its staff report have no official status relevant to future cases,” but the list of principles was proposed not as “official” or final or relating only to Mount Pleasant, but as reflecting the staff’s present evaluations of the compatibility of such gates under its delegated authority, and as a starting point for eventual design guidelines that, after more testing, the Board may adopt as authoritative and applicable to all historic districts, not just Mount Pleasant, an idea that the Board endorsed.  Vote: 7-0. 

2051 Park Road, NW, HPA 20-419, permit/roll-up garage gate.

The Board recommended in favor of clearance of the permit application for a roll-up vehicle gate at this property as sufficiently retentive of the character of the property and compatible with the character of the historic district generally, with the conditions that the gate be painted, and the pediment or fascia be faced with an appropriate material.  The Board delegated further review to staff, with the understanding that some revisions are under way in coordination with the Commission of Fine Arts review.  Vote: 7-0.

 

  1. ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT

1200 Alabama Avenue SE, HPA 20-316, revised concept/design development of six-story office building.

The Board approved the design development and delegated further review to staff, with the condition that the applicant provide an opportunity to view samples of the exterior metal panels on site.  Vote: 6-0 (Aurbach recused).

 

CAPITOL HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT

514 Archibald Walk SE, HPA 20-478, concept/add second story to one-story garage.

The Board found the concept plans to be compatible and delegated final approval to staff, with the conditions that the applicant move forward with the juliette balcony option and that the maximum building height does not exceed 20 feet. Vote:7-0.

              

BLOOMINGDALE HISTORIC DISTRICT

2422 North Capitol Street NW, HPA 20-461, permit, add third story to existing house.

The Board members expressed their individual views that the proposed third-story addition to 2422 North Capitol Street NW was not compatible because it was prominently visible from public street view, but did not take a vote and encouraged the applicant to work with staff on an alternative proposal in which any third story addition would not be visible. 

 

CLEVELAND PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT

3616 Ordway Street NW, HPA 20-517, replace existing rear addition with two-story addition; convert garage into living space; add egress window wells.

The Board recommended that the second floor of the addition be reduced in size and directed the applicant to return to the Board for further review. Vote: 6-0 (Greene absent).

 

 

CONSENT CALENDAR 

The Consent Calendar was approved by a vote of 6-0. 

HISTORIC DISTRICT DESIGN GUIDELINE

Bloomingdale Historic District Preservation and Design Guideline, submission for final adoption.

 

HISTORIC LANDMARK DESIGNATION

All Souls Church, Unitarian, 1500 Harvard Street NW, Case 20-10 (amendment). 

ANACOSTIA HISTORIC DISTRICT

2325 High Street SE, HPA 20-519, concept, two-story rear addition; window and door replacement; infill windows and create new window openings. 

SHERIDAN KALORAMA HISTORIC DISTRICT

2450 Belmont Road NW, HPA 20-497/498, permit/ cellar addition; alterations to stone wall; new entry door and stoop; new garage door; new construction of pool house. 

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Transcripts of Historic Preservation Review Board Meetings may be purchased from the court reporting agency that covered this hearing – Neal R. Gross & Co., Inc., (202) 234-4433,

www.nealrgross.com   or info@nealrgross.com . Individual staff reports that are prepared in advance of the hearing are posted on our website at https://planning.dc.gov  .

 

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Bruce Yarnall • Historic Preservation Operations Manager

DC Office of Planning

1100 4th Street SW, Suite E650 • Washington, DC 20024

202.442.8835

bruce.yarnall@dc.gov

planning.dc.gov

 

 

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DC Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) order "Order granting DMPED and DCRA’s motion for summary adjudication in part and denying in part and scheduling an evidentiary hearing on November 10, 2020” dated 10-27-2020

 See this OAH hearing order dated 10-27-2020.

Note the evidentiary hearing slated for Tuesday, 11-10-2020.


2019-DCRA-00135 Order Grant... by Scott Roberts


DC Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) order "Order addressing DMPED and DCRA motion to dismiss" dated 10-16-2020

 This OAH order is dated Friday, 10-16-2020:


2019-DCRA-00135 by Scott Roberts on Scribd

We're making our first WOOD-OVEN PIZZA at Big Bear this week Thursday and Friday - LIMITED ORDERS AVAILABLE

Fresh Mozzarella, Bianco Dinapoli Tomatoes, La Quercia Pepperoni
Fresh Basil, Parmesan
 
Thursday and Friday we're making our first WOOD-FIRE PIZZA available this week on a limited basis only.

We're selling 12 pizza's each day.

With Bianco Dinapoli tomatoes, fresh mozarella, stone ground flour, all-natural La Quercia Pepperoni.

Comes with a cocktail at pickup.
:)
 
BIG BEAR'S FIRST WOOD-OVEN PIZZA...
BIG BEAR'S FIRST WOOD-OVEN PIZZA... $18-$22 
            Cheese Pizza
Bianco Dinapoli tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil
parmesan reggiano, extra-virgin olive oil


La Quercia Pepperoni Pizza
Bianco Dinapoli tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil
parmesan reggiano, extra-virgin olive oil


Crumbled Sausage Pizza
Bianco Dinapoli tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil
parmesan reggiano, extra-virgin olive oil


Three-Cheese White Pizza
fresh mozzarella, parmesan reggiano, Jersey Cow ricotta
sliced garlic, red onions


AVAILABLE THURSDAY and FRIDAY ONLY
5pm - 7:30pm
 

 

 



Monday, October 26, 2020

WOOD-ROASTED CHICKEN DINNERS, FIRE CRACKER SHRIMP, CRAB CAKES, FALL SALADS, FIRE-ROASTED HONEY-CITRUS RIBS, DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CREAM CAKE THIS WEEKEND

This week we're roasting free-range chickens, honey glazed St. Louis ribs, crab cakes, and firecracker shrimp.    

Robbie is making his stone-ground flatbreads, cabbage kimchi and shredded Brussels sprout salad, and baking blue corn cornbread and double chocolate cream cake.

Choose the entrees and sides that work best for you.

For kids we have meatballs (all natural grass fed beef),
whole grain pasta and all natural parmesan cheese, 
and a stone-ground cheese pizza foccacia.

Order now and schedule a time for pick-up or delivery.

 

- MENU -


MAINS

Wood-Roasted Lemon Garlic Chicken
crispy potatoes, local feta, wild oregano

Firecracker Shrimp
spicy aioli, cilantro, mint, jicama, cucumber salad  

~vegetarian option~
Butternut Squash Fritters

w/smoked mozzarella, grilled radicchio, caramelized fennel, and roasted onions


SIDES AND SALADS

Sliced Brussels Sprout Salad
w/roasted apples, kale, Virginia peanuts, and honey mustard dressing

Blue Corn Grit Cornbread
fresno chili, honey, pimento dip

Cabbage Kimchi Slaw
w/scallion ginger ponzu vinaigrette


DESSERT

Double Chocolate Cream Cake
with farm-fresh organic beaten cream



ADD-ON ENTREES

Baked Maryland Crab Cakes
Chesapeake Blue crab slowly baked with pimento dip and red chili mayo

1/2 Rack of Wood-Roasted Hot Honey Pork Ribs
slow-roasted all-natural Lancaster, PA pork, hot honey, chili

Butternut Squash Fritters
w/smoked mozzarella, grilled radicchio, caramelized fennel, and roasted onions

Additional Double Chocolate Cream Cake
with farm-fresh organic beaten cream


ADD-ON SIDES

Mac and Cheese w/aged Shelburne cheddar

Grass-Fed Beef Meatballs

Fire-Oven Appalachian Cheddar, Roasted Lemon Focaccia


KIDS

Fusilli Noodles and Parmesan

Cheese Pizza w/Mozzarella and Tomato


AVAILABLE IN THE EVENING HOT AND READY: THURSDAY - SATURDAY

(5:30pm to 8pm)




Sunday, October 25, 2020

reminder about today's worship with St. George's, St. Luke's and Calvary Episcopal -- Sunday, 10-25-2020

From: St. George's DC <revjenkins@stgeorgesdc.org

Sent: Sunday, October 25, 2020 6:49 AM
Subject: Today's Sunday Service at 0945 ~ St. George's ~ St. Luke's ~ Calvary
 

Worship with us Today - 0945

 

St. George's Episcopal Church


 

 

 

Reminder

Today's Sunday Worship

St. George's ~ St. Luke's ~ Calvary

 

Today, October 25, 2020 we will worship via zoom joining St. Luke's and Calvary live. St. Luke's and Calvary have been worshiping together since our closure began. They have invited us to join them. An alternative to joining on Zoom is to watch it live streamed on St. George's facebook page. We will also post it to St. George's YouTube page for viewing post livestream.

 

Sunday Worship:

Date: October 25, 2020

Time: 9:45 a.m.

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/3626271076

Meeting ID number: 362-627-1076. If asked for password -- 001891

 

If you are calling in by cellphone, we ask you to use this number: 301-715-8592, meeting ID: 362-627-1076. 

 

If you must use landline to call in, use 1-877 -853-5247, meeting ID: 362-627-1076. Password is 001891 (this is toll-free, but it costs St. Luke's)

 

Celebrant: The Reverend Peter Jarrett-Schell

Preacher: The Reverend Yolanda Rolle

Gospeller: Lula Raye - St. George's

 

For our Sunday readings - click here for the Lectionary Readings.

 

Watch via Facebook Live Stream: https://www.facebook.com/stgdc/

 

 

Bible Study

Today we will study: Matthew 5:1-12

 

Topic: Sunday Bible Study

October 4, 2020 09:00 AM

 

Zoom Meeting ID: 863 9478 1138

Passcode: 233923

 

 

Sunday Worship

Change in our Liturgy

 

Again toda, you’ll notice a few differences in our order of worship. Most importantly, our service will include an opportunity to receive Holy Communion. If you previously picked up consecrated bread and wine from the church, you may consume it when invited to do so. We’ll follow the form found on page 396 of the Book of Common Prayer (“Communion under Special Circumstances”), which also includes Confession and a Post-Communion Prayer.

 

If there is more than one person in your household, I encourage you to serve Communion to one another.

 

If you did not have an opportunity to pick up consecrated bread and wine, you may wish to pray the prayer below while others are receiving. It’s a prayer for Spiritual Communion that originated in Apartheid South Africa, in another time when the sacraments of the Church were not always readily available.

 

Jesus, may all that is you flow into me.

May your body and blood be my food and drink.

May your passion and death be my strength and life.

Jesus, with you by my side enough has been given.

May the shelter I seek be the shadow of your cross.

Let me not run from the love which you offer

But hold me safe from the forces of evil.

On each of my dyings shed your light and your love.

Keep calling to me until that day comes

When, with your saints, I may praise you for ever.

Amen. (1989 Anglican Church of South Africa)

 

 

National Cathedral

WORSHIP SERVICE

Holy Eucharist

Sunday, October 25 |11:15 am EST

TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

 

Join us for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist on the Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost. Very Rev. Randolph Marshall Hollerith preaches and The Rev. Canon Jan Naylor Cope presides.

Watch Today

 

 


 

Holding onto Hope: A National Service for Healing and Wholeness

 

 

Sunday, November 1, 4:00 p.m.

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry leads a service of prayer to shine as a beacon of hope for the nation amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, racial reckoning, and a hard-fought election.

 

Join Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Fr. James Martin, Valerie Kaur, and others for a powerful service of prayer for our country.

 

The live-streamed service will gather Americans for prayer, song, lament, hope, and a call to love God and neighbor.  

 

Watch

 

 

Today

Weekly Bible Study Today 

 

Bible Study continues via the online platform Zoom. Please join us on Sundays at 9:00 am as we explore and deepen our understanding of scripture based on the Lectionary lessons. You don't have to know anything about the Bible - just bring your heart. We will meet virtually.

 

Today we will study: Matthew 5:1-12

 

Topic: Sunday Bible Study

October 25, 2020 09:00 AM

 

Zoom Meeting ID: 863 9478 1138

Passcode: 233923

 

For our Sunday readings - click here for the Lectionary Readings.


 

 


 

 

Yours in Christ,

 

The Rev. Marilyn Jenkins

Priest-In-Charge

St. Georges DC

 

 

Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. I do not give you what the world gives you. Do not let your hearts be troubled, and do not let them be afraid. John 14:27

 

Wishing you the peace of God during this time of anxiety. -- The Rev. Jenkins

 

 

St. George's Episcopal Church | stgeorgesdc.org

 

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