Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan January 7, 2016 at 9:05 am 1 Comment

Stead Park

Stead Park Savior — Read how an elderly Benedictine monk helped save the park at 1625 P St NW from disrepair. [Washingtonian]

Show and Tell — 9:30 Club Co-Owner Seth Hurwitz lists Iggy Pop, Kraftwerk and naturally, D.C.’s beloved Foo Fighters among his top 9.5 shows at the venue. [Billboard]

Luxury Condominiums Incoming — New luxury condos are coming to the Helicopter Factory, a trio of brick warehouses at 770-774 Girard St. NW. [Washington Business Journal]

965 Florida Ave. to Include More Affordable Housing — The new development coming to 965 Florida Ave. NW will include 18 percent more affordable residential units than originally planned. [Greater Greater Washington]

Maybe He Wanted Hummus? — Former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr., was spotted perusing the aisles at the P Street Whole Foods on Tuesday night. [Washington Post]

‘Top Chef’ Collaboration — Top Chef’s Marjorie Meek-Bradley will host The Shaw Bijou’s Kwame Onwuachi for a  dinner event and menu collaboration at Ripple in Cleveland Park. [Eater]

Metro Attacks Raise Concerns — A string of assaults on Metro trains — one recently near the Shaw Metro stop — has some local residents worried. [FOX 5]

Photo courtesy of Friends of Stead Park


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