Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan January 19, 2016 at 8:45 am 0

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Coffee Collective — “Make Americanos Great Again” is the slogan of a new super PAC formed by the owners of Compass Coffee called Americans For Real Good Coffee. [Washington City Paper]

Best Hook Up Bars — Tryst (2459 18th St. NW) Wonderland Ballroom (1101 Kenyon St. NW) and Showtime Lounge (113 Rhode Island Ave. NW) are among the best hook up bars in the city. [DCist]

Bowser’s ‘Gotta Go-Go’ — Protestors lined up in front of the Reeves Center on U Street last weekend for a go-go themed “civil disobedience party” aimed at D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s policies. [Washington City Paper]

Legacies Honored — A Columbia Heights teenager with cerebral palsy is retracing the steps of American World War II vets who landed on the beaches of Normandy. [Washington Post]

Batter Up — A batting cage is being constructed at Harrison Recreation Center and Park (1330 V St. NW). [U Street Buzz]

Party Over? — New emergency and proposed rules issued by ABRA may make it harder for future pub crawls to commence. [Barred in D.C.]


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