CVS gets points for trying


I could easily write a John Kelly-esque customer service trashing of CVS — why are the stores so ugly, clerks incompetent, stores so poorly laid out, lacking on self check-out machines … you get the idea. But consider this:

Not bad for the side of a Southeast CVS.

Not bad for the side of a Southeast CVS.

This art, possibly affiliated with Watkins Elementary School across the street, is on the E Street side of the CVS at 12th Street in Southeast. In addition to art like this, D.C. CVS stores are also notable for opening up to the street, and if not that, then at least supplying interesting historical photos of the neighborhoods they reside in.

They still kind of suck to shop in. But at least they are easier on the eyes.

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