Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan February 12, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

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Kinetic Park in Limbo — Though a project to install kinetic pavers south of Dupont Circle has gone nowhere since it was approved in 2014, DDOT says it’s still on the to-do list. Once installed, the park’s pavers would generate electricity from pedestrians simply walking over them. [Washington Business Journal]

Wydown Team Plots H Street Opening — The owners of The Wydown on 14th Street have set their sights on H Street NE. [Eater]

Guess How Much — A three-story row house on Biltmore St. NW in the Kalorama neighborhood recently sold for $1.45 million, about 31 percent over its listing price. [WTOP]

Worst Dates Revealed — Hair bursting into flames. Patrons hitting on restaurant staff, mid-date. Political shouting matches. Read about the worst dates ever witnessed from 12 D.C. bartenders. [Express]

‘Top Chef’ Shuffle — Can Roofer’s Union chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley pull off a big victory in the latest season of “Top Chef?” Yes. Here’s how she stacks up against the competition. [Washington City Paper]

Valentine’s Day Rush — Read how Dupont-based flower delivery startup UrbanStems is preparing for its busiest day of the year. [Borderstan]


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