Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan December 3, 2015 at 8:30 am 0


Shaw-terfall — A forthcoming apartment building in Shaw will feature, among other amenities, a 16-foot rooftop waterfall and reflection pool. [Washington Business Journal]

Charge Dismissed — A trans-rights leader arrested during a protest in Columbia Heights has agreed to pay a $50 fine and will not be charged, said the Office of the D.C. Attorney General. [Washington Blade]

Changes at Shaw’s Tavern — The hangout at 520 Florida Ave. NW has added big tables, more seating at the bar and healthier menu options. [Eater]

Is D.C. Weird? — Maybe? Maybe not? Either way, one local man has launched an effort to “Make D.C. Weird.” [DCist]

Hello, Neighbor — Meet Mark “Popsie” Lewis, a soccer coach with local nonprofit DC Scores. [New Columbia Heights]

Come Party With Us — Hey you! Come have a drink with us. We’re hosting a happy hour at Sudhouse on U Street on Dec. 15. [Borderstan]


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