Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan March 1, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

Chopper above West End

Street Sweeping Resumes Today — Don’t forget to move your car out of restricted areas on street sweeping days. If you don’t, warns the D.C. Department of Works, you’ll be fined $45. [D.C. DPW]

9:30 Club ‘Nightclub of the Year’ — The 9:30 Club (815 V St NW) was named “nightclub of the year” by Pollstar, a trade publication for the concert tour industry. This is the fifth consecutive time the music venue has won such an award. [DCist]

Zoo Kids’ Farm Closed Over E. Coli Fears — The National Zoo’s kid’s farm and petting zoo has a new organism living there: E. coli bacteria. Zoo officials closed the farm yesterday as a precautionary measure. [Washington City Paper; DCist; Washington Post]

High Dive Opens Patio — Patrons can enjoy “tasty booze and free popcorn” on the bar’s newly opened patio. [Twitter / High Dive]

Angry Bird — An “aggressive” hawk is swooping at pets in Francis Dog Park in West End, according to D.C. Parks and Rec. [Borderstan]


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