Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas January 11, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

"S is for Shaw" advertising Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Where Those Missing Bus Benches Might Be — The D.C. Department of Transportation is working with police to determine whether thieves are taking metal benches at bus stops on 14th and 16th streets NW to sell as scrap metal. [NBC Washington]

Chaplin’s New Co-Owner — Chaplin’s chef Myo Htun is now a co-owner of the Shaw ramen restaurant. [Eater DC]

Indie Perfumery to Open in Shaw Next Month — Le Labo, which sells handmade “soulful fragrances,” is slated to open in The Shay by late February. [Washingtonian]

Elvis’ Birthday Fight Club Photos in Columbia Heights — Curious what “the most bizarre way to celebrate the King of Rock ‘n Roll’s birthday” looked like at the GALA Hispanic Theatre on Friday? Washington City Paper has photos. [Washington City Paper]


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