Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan October 23, 2015 at 9:05 am 2 Comments


Bike Lane a “Cancer?” — That’s what a Tenth Street Baptist Church pastor said about a newly proposed bike lane in front of a church on 6th Street NW. A crowd of people gathered to protest and cheer on the proposed lane at a public meeting at the Watha T. Daniel/Shaw library last night. [Washington City Paper, Washington Post]

Riggs Place Fire Prompts Lawsuit — The parents of the two people killed in the Riggs Place fire in June have filed a $10 million lawsuit against the burned building’s owners for negligence and wrongful death. [WJLA]

Cut Above — Business is booming at an Adams Morgan barbershop. Take a look inside and meet owner Kofi Asante. [Elevation DC]

Shooting Near Howard Leads to Three Arrests — Police arrested three people suspected of shooting a man in a car near Howard University early this morning. [Borderstan]


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