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From the February 2014 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Early on the evening of January 4, a man left his Samsung Galaxy smartphone in an unlocked locker at Washington Sports Club (2251 Wisconsin Ave.) while he showered, according to a police report. When he returned, the phone was gone. Police have no suspects in the case.

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From the February 2014 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Whole Foods (2323 Wisconsin Ave.) recently launched email ordering. It’s for non-perishable items only, and the store needs at least one hour’s notice to assemble your items for you. To order, email inahurrygtn@wholefoods.com. You can pick up your purchase at the customer service booth.

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Whole Foods (2323 Wisconsin Ave.) will donate 5% of its net proceeds for Tuesday, February 11, to three local service organizations: Glover Park Village, which seeks foster intergenerational volunteer support among neighbors; Healthy Living, Inc., which teaches classes in cooking simple, nutritious meals; and Friends of Guy Mason, which helps maintain and enhance the Guy Mason Recreation Center (3600 Calvert St.). Volunteers for all three agencies will be on hand at the store all day to share information and answer questions.

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Roam Fitness at the Savoy Suites Hotel (2505 Wisconsin Ave.) is offering a free pass today (January 21, 2014) for Glover Park residents, according to a posting on the Glover Park Yahoo newsgroup. “Work out for free then head to the on-site restaurant for coffee,” the post states. “Free WIFI, too!” For more information call 202-813-9555 or email chris.wascak@roamfitnessdc.com.

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Elements Fitness and Wellness Center (2233 Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 217) will celebrate its recent renovation with a public event on Friday, September 27 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. “Experience Pilates and Gyrotonic exercise, massage, Reiki, Feldenkrais, and other healing and body work methods Elements has to offer,” the invitation states. “Watch local dancers work, meet others interested in wellness, enjoy munchies and beverages and put your name in our raffle.” Prizes will include free Pilates sessions, free massages, and a 10% discount on “accelerated breakthrough” life coaching with Elizabeth Goll Lerner of Your Inspired Choices. For more information, call 202-333-5252 or visit elementscenter.com.

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CorePower Yoga, a Denver-based chain, will open a Glover Park location this fall, a tipster tells us. We don’t know the exact spot, but we hear it’s a few doors down from locally owned Yoga District (2201 Wisconsin Ave.). If you know more, tell us in the comments! We’ve got calls out to CorePower and will update this post when/if they respond.

[UPDATE: Frank Carmel reports below that a sign went up next to the new location of Einstein's Bagels, 2233 Wisconsin Ave.]

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Massage Escape Spa, which offers deep-tissue massage, hot stone massage, and foot massage, opened earlier this week at 2352 Wisconsin Ave. The spa occupies the second and third floors of the Head & Nails manicure shop building, which is located between Bourbon and Arcuri.

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A new yoga studio has opened at 2201 Wisconsin Ave., next to Wide World of Wines. Yoga District “offers affordable and by-donation yoga classes in community-run yoga centers committed to eco-friendly practices,” according to its website. The storefront space had been vacant since 2010. It was previously occupied by Georgetowne Lock.

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From the May 2013 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Last month we reported that the Tennis Zone building (2319
Wisconsin Ave.) was seeking a retail tenant. But that doesn’t mean the
tennis store is leaving, says Remy Esquenet, who bought the property
in January for $1.2 million. (If Esquenet’s name sounds familiar, it
might be because he also owns 2317 Wisconsin Ave., the home of Sprig
& Sprout.) Esquenet hopes to expand the building to accommodate a
second tenant. Tennis Zone “may stay where they are,” Esquenet tells
us. “They may move up to the second floor.”

Esquenet provided architectural sketches of front and side views for a potential expansion.

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Jonah’s Treehouse (2121 Wisconsin Ave.) is scheduled to close at the end of April, according to an April 14 letter to clients from owner Vicki Gersten. The structured play center for tots was founded “when our son Jonah was three,” Gersten wrote to parents and friends. Now, with Jonah in middle school and his two younger siblings in elementary school, “I find myself immersed in kids’ activities and increasingly ready for the next phase of my career,” she wrote. Classes will continue through April 30, according to the letter. Gersten, who has accepted a job as assistant head of the Feynman School, a private elementary school in Bethesda, did not respond to a phone call requesting comment.

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