Ins & Outs 3.21.12

Milko is shown styling the hair of a former Mrs. Maryland, Kelly Blouin-Bates at Roche Salon.
Robert Devaney
Milko is shown styling the hair of a former Mrs. Maryland, Kelly Blouin-Bates at Roche Salon.

Hairstylist Milko has returned to Georgetown. In California for years, Milko (Todorovic) is now at Roche Salon at Washington Harbour on K Street.

Jonathan Adler Furniture is slated to open May 22 at 1267 Wisconsin Ave., N.W., where GapKids used to be.

Crave is a new sandwich and salad eatery on Potomac Street, where GoFresh used to be. It is run by Garrett Bauman, also of Annie Creamcheese vintage clothing. (It sells cane sugar Coca-Cola.)

It's sort of like ZipCar for parking spaces: Private parking spaces available and shown online. Parking Panda matches driveways and other private spaces with drivers who really need to park it. Register at www.ParkingPanda.com.

Dandelion Patch has moved to Book Hill at 1663 Wisconsin Ave., N.W., (former spot of the Magic Wardrobe), but the Magic Wardrobe is still there, just next door at 1661 Wisconsin Ave., N.W.

Word on the street: Crepe Amour will be leaving, perhaps to make way for a new Spike Mendelsohn eatery.

Carr Workplaces, a provider of alternative workplace solutions, has opened its latest business center in the heart of Georgetown at 1050 30th St., N.W. It is the first to offer shared common workspaces alongside conventional private office space. The Georgetown center was designed for collaboration, with a large open co-working room filled with co-joined desks complete with phones and wireless internet access -- useful for independent professionals who need ultimate flexibility. This is the ninth new executive offices facility Carr Workplaces has opened in the past year.

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