Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan December 15, 2015 at 9:00 am 0

Smart Cookie

Park Morton Progress — The second Park Morton planning and design workshop was a success, says ANC 1A Commissioner Kent Boese. The workshop focused on housing types, community services, retail, parks and design. [Park View, D.C.]

Busboys and Poets Owner Joins Forces With Bowser — Andy Shallal has joined forces with former D.C. mayoral race opponent Muriel Bowser. Shallal was appointed yesterday to chair the city’s Workforce Investment Council. [Washington Post]

Bei Bei Day — What’s it like to be Bei Bei? Here’s a look at one day in the life of D.C.’s celebrated panda cub. [Washingtonian]

Little Bit of Chicken Fried — Here’s where to find fried chicken sandwiches in Dupont, Shaw, Columbia Heights and elsewhere. [Eater]

Man Swipes Right, Thieves Swipe His Wallet — A dating site meetup in Dupont turned out to be a disaster when a man met three robbers instead of a potential love interest. [Borderstan]

Drink a Beer With Us Tonight — Want to meet Borderstan’s editors and have some drinks with them? Join us at Sudhouse tonight. [Borderstan]


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