The trendy stationary bike workout club, Soul Cycle, appears to be heading to Georgetown. There is an application for a Soul Cycle sign at the location of the old Prince Cafe on Wisconsin Ave. (1042 Wisconsin Ave.)
It would be the second location in the District for the New York-based phenomenon. But it would be hard for them to find a location closer to their first one, which is at 23rd and M in the West End. Continue reading
This week on Old Georgetown in Color, GM visits Montrose Park. And here is the Montrose Tennis Team from 1925.
Unfortunately that last sentence contains all the information that the Library of Congress has on these fellow. Shorpy once looked into this photo and a reader found out that: “The Montrose Club tennis squad won the Suburban League series of 1925 with a record of 60 victories and 10 defeats. Players included: David D. Hedekin, Gwynn King, Millard Lewis, W.M. Hoffman and Dooley Mitchell.” Continue reading
Photo by Mike Maguire.
Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:
- HEY – This Friday at the Q & A Cafe Carol is interviewing Adam Eidinger. If any one person is responsible for the legalization of pot in DC, it’s him. So come on out and meet and/or thank him!
- Where’s a good place to watch the Hoyas tomorrow, if you’re so inclined? With the loss of so many college bars, there aren’t many options. But there’s always the Tombs.