According to a tweet by Batallion Chief, Steve Mann, another vehicle has driven into a retail store.
This time it occurred at Richey & Co. Shoes on the 1600 block of Rockville Pike.
Zoiks! Dustin Diamond (Most popular for his role as Screech in Saved By The Bell) is coming to MoCo to perform his stand-up comedy act at La Mexicana in Gaithersburg.
Diamond has made headlines in recent years when he was convicted of two misdemeanors in 2015 (carrying a concealed weapon and disorderly conduct) after a bar altercation in Wisconsin. He also made some pretty wild accusations about his former Saved by the Bell co-stars, but has apologized since.
He has been touring the country with his stand-up act for a few years now and has received some decent reviews, however, I’m told the show definitely has an adult theme that is very different from the Screech character he portrayed on television.
Get your tickets here: https://www.eventnation.co/event/Dustin-diamond
The Chevy Chase trailside shop has moved to 11610 Rockville Pike - conveniently located at the beginning of the Bethesda Trolley Trail in Rockville.
Construction on the Purple Line has closed the Georgetown Branch of the Capitol Crescent Trail for the next 5 years. City Bikes has had the privilege to serve the Chevy Chase community for the last 15 years, and they plan on returning to Chevy Chase Lakes area once the trail is rebuilt.
In the meantime, you can visit their nearby Rockville or Tenleytown locations. The Tenleytown shop is at 4810 Wisconsin Ave N.W.
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Why is it called Germantown?
German immigrants (and immigrants from other countries) set up shop in the agricultural village when a road was created to connect Neelsville and Darnestown in the 1840s.
According to the Germantown Historical Society, the crossroads of Clopper Rd. and Rt. 118 (where the German immigrants had their stores) became known as “German Town” because of the heavy accents of the people in the area.
WalletHub, a D.C. based personal finance website that has branched into producing research reports and surveys on topics with varying degrees of relevance to personal finance, has come out with their 2018 ‘Most and Least Ethnically Diverse Cities in America’ list.
Each area was examined based on ethnicity, race, language, and birthplace. Though Jersey City, NJ, came in first, four MoCo areas were included in the top 10.
Gaithersburg came in 2nd, Germantown came in 3rd, Silver Spring came in 4th, and Rockville was 9th.
Read the whole WalletHub report here: wallethub.com/edu/cities-with-the-most-and-least-ethno-racial-and-linguistic-diversity/10264/
Kung Fu Tea will be opening their fifth MoCo location when their new store in Germantown opens at the Fox Chapel Center.
It will be located next to Dino’s Barber Shop.
Kung Fu Tea currently has locations in Bethesda (Montgomery Mall), Pike & Rose, Rockville, and Clarksburg (Premium Outlets), and over 150 nationwide.
Gong Cha will open their first MoCo location this Saturday, March 31st. It will be the first of three area locations, with D.C. and College Park locations expected later this year.
Gong Cha will be located at 1800 Rockville Pike, below the Galvan apartments, in the same shopping center as Safeway, Smashburger, and Urban Hot Pot.
A second Rockville location is expected to open in The Spot, an Asian food hall similar to Annandale’s The Block, that’s coming soon near Rockville Town Square.
Gong Cha is one of the most successful bubble tea chains in the world, and has over 1,500 locations worldwide. They’ll be competing locally with Kung Fu Tea, a chain that will soon have 5 MoCo locations and over 150 nationwide.
According to their website, “The National is D.C.’s PGA TOUR event. It delivers live PGA TOUR golf to your backyard every summer, bringing family, friends and colleagues together for world-class golf action in a lively social setting. It is the destination to join Tiger Woods and the PGA TOUR’s stars and witness the next memorable moment in The National history.”
Tiger Woods, a golfer many consider to be one of the best to ever play the game, has seen a bit of a resurgence as of late. You’ll have your chance to see him in a few months at TPC Potomac for The National.
This ad for new single family homes in Randolph Hills (located behind White Flint) shows that they were going for $13,500 in the 50s.
The median real estate price in the same area is currently $369,898 according to NeighborhoodScout (that includes townhomes and apartments).
Greene Growlers in Gaithersburg is offering 50% off of EVERYTHING for their Teacher Appreciation Week.
Starting today, March 26th, 2018- March 30th, 2018 any teacher will get 50% off of any item they order (must show teacher ID).