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Summer Screen 2019 Voting: Now Open!

NoMa Summer Screen is the longest-running, most-popular series in our calendar of free public events. Part of that popularity comes from having YOU help select the dozen films that will be shown, so that we end up with a slate of films with broad appeal. Guess what: It's that time of year again! The theme for 2019, our 12th season, is WHO'S GOT GAME?, and there are 26 terrific movies from the wide world of sports to consider. Cast your vote today!

Wunder Garten Hits the Slopes

Join Wunder Garten over two weekends — February 7–10 and 14–17 — for its first annual Après Ski festival. Show up in your comfiest skiwear to enjoy a great selection of beers, sweets-making activities, a human-sized snow globe, fire pits, s'mores, costume competitions, DJ dance parties, and more. Learn more and RSVP at the website. Just be sure to leave the actual skis and poles at home.

Your New Home in NoMa?

If you're seeking an apartment, we'd like to introduce you to the newest, largest addition to NoMa: Union Place. Spanning the block of 2nd Street NE between K and L streets, Union Place offers 525 dwellings. Amenities include a two-level gym with a rock-climbing wall, a children's playroom as well as a game room for adults, and a rooftop lounge with a pool and spectacular views of the District. And, of course, there are all the benefits that come from living at the heart of D.C. in one of city's best-connected neighborhoods. The grand opening isn't until mid-February, but tours are available now — sign up at the website.

It's Time to Choose the Best …

The Washington City Paper's annual Best of D.C. poll is now open. We've got a few suggestions, because all of these wonderful things can be found ONLY IN NOMA:

When to Dial 3-1-1

Recently, D.C.'s Office of Unified Communications (OUC) announced a police non-emergency option: People in the District can now call 3-1-1 to report all police non-emergencies. The OUC defines a non-emergency call as "any call related to an incident that does not pose an immediate threat to the safety of individuals and/or incidents that occurred at least one hour before the initial request for police assistance is made." After dialing 3-1-1, press Option 1 to report police non-emergencies like noise complaints, fender benders, vandalism, property destruction, and any crimes that have happened in the past with no reported injuries, and when the suspect is no longer present. Once the call is processed with the operator, the Metropolitan Police Department will be dispatched to provide a response. But don't forget: 9-1-1 is still the number to use for all police, fire, and medical emergencies.

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