A recent article in the Washingtonian about a new ice cream shop Here’s the Scoop, in Columbia Heights, has sparked conversations on placemaking, wayfinding, and how we view neighborhoods.
Last week, Washingtonian wrote about the city’s newest ice cream shop, Here’s the Scoop. This story caught my eye mainly because I love ice cream.
A new ice cream and dessert shop in Northwest, D.C. appears to have just about everything you need to fill a sweet tooth craving.
Sellers is serving frozen treats in Columbia Heights—and creating a community gathering spot.
Karin Sellers wants Here’s The Scoop to be more than just an ice cream shop — she wants it to be an incubator for black talent.
Bright colors and coolers filled with delicious dairy treats give Here’s the Scoop that classic ice cream shop vibe, but the new shop in Columbia Heights is empowering local entrepreneurs. Jummy Oblanji reports on Columbia Heights’ first black woman-owned ice cream shop.
“My name is Karin Sellers and I would like to invite you to the GRAND OPENING of Here’s The Scoop Ice Cream Dessert Shop. The ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for 12:00 pm on June 29, 2019. Here’s The Scoop is located at 2824 Georgia Avenue, NW. We feature a variety of …