Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas November 16, 2015 at 9:35 am 0

Le DiplomateVive La France — Hundreds of people gathered at Lafayette Square in front of the White House Saturday night to show support for the victims of Friday’s deadly terror attacks in Paris. [Borderstan]

Man Stabbed in Dupont — A man was stabbed on 1200 block of Connecticut Avenue NW early this morning. Borderstan will have more information on other crime since Friday later today. [Borderstan]

The Story of Sonny Bono Park — WAMU takes a look at how Sonny Bono Park in Dupont came about and what the nearby Heurich House Museum is doing to ensure the park’s beat, or at least its maintenance, goes on. [WAMU]

Adams Morgan’s Metallic FamilyWashington Post columnist John Kelly explores the history of “Family Circle,” a sculpture made out of car bumpers at Harvard and 18th streets NW. Herbert House, the artist behind the piece, said his work is a “festive” sculpture, showing that family is a dance that never stops. [Washington Post]


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