Borderstan Brief

by Jennifer Currier October 6, 2015 at 8:55 am 0

Fall in Kalorama, photo via

MedStar Investigating Patient Death — MedStar Hospital is investigating the death of a patient who was reportedly critically injured during an “interaction” with its security officers. [Washington City Paper; WUSA 9]

Short Buildings Got No Reason to Live — Greater Greater Washington’s David Alpert says the building at 1781 Florida Ave NW in Adams Morgan is a piece of suburbia stuck in the big city. Why? It’s too short. [Greater Greater Washington]

Stinky Ginkgo — Stinky, sticky ginkgo seeds are falling off of trees and littering sidewalks in Columbia Heights. [New Columbia Heights]

Landmark Opening — A new Landmark Theatres cinema will open near the 9:30 Club next Thursday. [Borderstan]

Photo via Flickr / Ron Cogswell


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