Borderstan Brief

by Jennifer Currier October 7, 2015 at 9:10 am 0


Bowser Backs Utility Merger — Mayor Muriel Bowser reversed her decision to oppose the $6.4 billion Pepco-Exelon merger yesterday. Bowser said the newly renegotiated deal “puts District residents and ratepayers first.” [Washington Post; Washington Business Journal; Washington City Paper]

Roof Bar at Bar Pilar — Bar Pilar (1833 14th St. NW) is considering adding outdoor seating to the restaurant in the form of a rooftop deck. The restaurant will hold an open house about its plans in mid-November. [Eater]

Petworth Cafe Opens Tomorrow — The eatery will host a grand opening event. [Park View, D.C.]

Meet D.C.’s Loudest Singing Evangelist  — His name is Andrew Lewis, and you’ve probably heard him belting out hymns and praises over the past three years. [Borderstan]


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