As most readers probably know, the Columbia Heights Community Marketplace's debut was last Saturday. Unfortunately I was out of town, but a lot of other folks were able to make it, including one of the Examiner's farmers market writers and the writer of Grown in the City, a market and plant-related blog. Rhea Kennedy from the Examiner wrote "Eight sellers offered everything from strawberries and garlic scapes to bratwurst and blue cheese, with some sunflowers, wine vinegar, garden-ready plants, and French pastries as well." She had a photo gallery too, in the article.
John from Grown in the City highlighted the strawberries as well, and also made a video:
So did any of you go? What did you think? Let everyone know in the comments.