Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan March 10, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

Painting man on 14th Street NW

New Initiative to Make Buses Faster — Buses on 16th Street and elsewhere will likely get a little more efficient thanks to new technology being implemented by Metro. The transit agency plans to have installed transponders on buses and upgraded stoplights on busy corridors by June 30. [DCist; Washington City Paper]

Farmers’ Markets Get Boozy — Local brewers, distilleries and wineries now have the green light to sell alcoholic products at farmers’ markets. Under the new law, the Omnibus Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Act of 2015, vendors can sell sealed alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption. [Washingtonian]

Convival ‘Excellent,’ Says Post Critic — Chef Cedric Maupillier takes diners on a “delicious voyage” at Convival in Shaw, says Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema. [Washington Post]

PoPville, Profiled — Ever wondered how PoPville’s Dan Silverman gets all those sweet photos of cars? Wonder no more. [Washington City Paper]


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