The Week Ahead….And Two Views of Eastern Market’s South Hall You’ve Never Seen
by Larry Janezich
Monday, May 30
Memorial Day. No trash or recycling pickup. Pickups will occur the day following the regular scheduled pickup for the balance of the week.
Tuesday, June 2
ANC6B’s Executive Committee meets at 7:00pm in Hill Center to set the agenda for the June 14 meeting of the full ANC.
Thursday, June 2
Democratic At Large Council Candidates Debate at 6:30pm at Tyler Elementary School, 10th and G Streets, SE. Candidates are: Vincent Orange (incumbent), Robert White, and David Garber. Denise Rolark-Barnes of The Washington Informer and Mark Seagraves of NBC4 will moderate.
Friday, June 3
- ANC6B Planning and Zoning PUD Subcommittee meets at 7:00pm at Hill Center to review the PUD process for the Bowies/Signature PUD by Insight Property Group and to consider a draft Memorandum of Understanding.
- East City Bookshop’ first book talk. Alan Furst, bestselling author of historical spy thrillers, will be interviewed by Talk of the Hill’s Bill Press on Furst’s new novel: A Hero of France. 7:00pm, 645 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
The New York Times has called Furst “America’s preeminent spy novelist” and his new book, A Hero of France (Random House, May 31, 2016) about the French Resistance, is his first book in a long time set during the war years, rather than the eve of World War II. In A Hero of France, a Resistance leader in Nazi-occupied France attempts to keep the line of escape open.
Saturday, June 4
Free Dental Screenings, 11:00am – 2:00pm, Liberty Baptist Church, 527 Kentucky Avenue, SE, Pastor Anthony Owens. Event is being hosted by the American Dental Group, Inc.