Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan March 29, 2016 at 10:00 am 0

Photo via Twitter / Roric McCorristin

Inside the Final Show at Bohemian Caverns — Here’s how local performers and patrons bid farewell to U Street’s legendary jazz club. [Washington Post]

They’re Doing Just Brine — Gordy’s Pickle Jar now sells canned brine specifically for use in cocktails. The cans are availale in four-packs at Glen’s Garden Market in Shaw and Dupont or online. [Washington City Paper]

How Logan Hardware Values Its Employees — Logan Hardware co-owner Gina Schaefer says employee benefits, a higher than average minimum wage and flexibility are key to creating an ethical, successful local business. [Washington Post]

Planned Development Garners Local Leaders’ Support — ANC 2F granted its blessing to a planned development that would bring a 28- to 33-unit residential development to 1126 9th St. NW. [UrbanTurf]

The Passenger Gears Up for May Opening — The Passenger is about two months away from coming back to Shaw, according to a tweet from the bar last night. [Borderstan]

Photo via Roric McCorristin


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