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Cheap Beer Adds Salt To Jayson Werth's Wounded Batting Average

Cheap Beer Adds Salt To Jayson Werth's Wounded Batting Average

All season long, Washington National fans have been haunted by the lack of production from the team's big money free agent Jayson Werth.

Well, now they'll actually get rewarded for his failures.

On Sunday, July 24, during the Nats 4 p.m. match-up against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Duffy's Irish Pub, located at 2106 Vermont Avenue in Northwest, will be selling 16-ounce Pabst Blue Ribbon, Budweiser, and Miller High Life beers for whatever Werth's batting average is at the time of the game.

 

For example, if Werth is batting .220, the price of the beers will be $2.20 a pop.  Fans must wear Nationals gear to be eligible for the deal.

 

Werth, who is currently batting an anemic .216, was signed this off-season to a 7-year, $126 million contract.

Aidan Design Toasts Great Collaborations

Aidan Design Toasts Great Collaborations

Aidan Design hosted a client appreciation night at Avery Fine Art

Nadia Subaran, co-owner of Aidan Design, hosted a client appreciation night at the home studio of Evelyn Avery of Avery Fine Art. Top interior designers and architects stopped by including Skip Sroka, Camille Saum, Caitlin Kinkead and Liz Spencer of Lori Graham Design, Anne Jaffe, Chris Snowber and Mike Rouse of Hamilton Snowber Architects, and Pierre Lazare from Fox Architects, as well as representatives from Potomac Lighting and Wood-Mode. Celebrating its 10th year in business and co-owned by John Schmiedigen, the award-winning Aidan Design offers kitchen and bathroom designs for residential spaces.

Bulk Trash Collection Services Available For Anacostia Residents

This notice comes to us from EveryBlock:

If you are an Anacostia resident, and you need to dispose of items that are too large for the regular trash trucks to accommodate, you can ask for bulk collection of up to seven items per request.

The Department of Public Works will pick the items up on the next scheduled collection day.

For more information on this opportunity, visit DPW online.

DC Department of Health Urges Residents to Stay Safe and Healthy During the District’s Extreme Heat

 

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MuralsDC to Kick Off 5th Year with “The Art of Vandalism”

MuralsDC to Kick Off 5th Year with “The Art of Vandalism”

 

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Disabled Vets, Civilians Fall In Love With Rowing

(WUSA) -- As 90-year-old Julius Fleischman preps to head out on the Anacostia River, he takes comfort in knowing that coach Ginger Hedegore is by his side. The Army veteran recently lost his sight to glaucoma. 

Fleischman said, "I can do anything the sighted world can do. It just takes me a little longer."

He gets help from volunteers with the Capital Adaptive Rowing Program. Started by the Capital Rowing Club, the program introduces disabled military veterans and civilians to the sport of rowing.

According to assistant coach Nathan Ballou,  "All the problems people have, you can let them go away for a while and just row."