Borderstan Brief

by Sean Meehan August 27, 2015 at 8:50 am 0


Moving the Beach Underground — Dupont Underground director Braulio Agnese is asking artists for proposals of site-specific installations using the 650,000 plastic balls from the National Building Museum’s “Beach” exhibit. [Washington Post]

Luxury Parsonages — The conversion of a church in Mount Pleasant into 85 apartments is underway, set for completion in 2016. [Urban Turf]

Celeb-Spotting for Vegans — PETA has named Park View restaurant Woodland’s Vegan Bistro the third best vegan restaurant for celebrity-spotting, citing visits to the eatery from Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Beyoncé. [Washingtonian]

Possible Serial Burglar — Police say that a series of burglaries in Columbia Heights and Park View may be related. [Borderstan]


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