Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan April 4, 2016 at 9:45 am 0

Photo via Twitter : Daikaya

Transformer Fire Causes Power Outage in Adams Morgan — A transformer that burst into flames caused nearly 500 customers in Adams Morgan to lose power yesterday, according to officials. [NBC Washington]

11 Great Places to Eat in Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle — If you’re hungry and wandering around Adams Morgan or Dupont Circle, you might want to try Beefsteak (1528 Connecticut Ave. NW), Bistro Du Coin (1738 Connecticut Ave. NW) and Donburi (2438 18th St. NW). Here’s what else made the list. [Washingtonian]

MPD Arrests Robbery, Assault Suspects — A man with a knife who threatened to cut up a McDonald’s manager at 14th and U streets NW last week has been arrested, police said. 32-year-old Calvin Vereen was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon last Thursday. Police also arrested two people in connection with a violent robbery that occurred on the 2500 block of 11th St. NW on Feb. 18. [MPD]

Weed at the White House — A crowd of protestors gathered in front of the White House to smoke joints — both real and fake. Though the protest was certainly illegal, the pot activists were able to smoke without incident. [DCist]

Blaze Temporarily Closes Perry’s in Adams Morgan — Firefighters fought a blaze on the 1800 block of Columbia Road NW over the weekend, reportedly in the building that houses Perry’s and Mindwood Place. [PoPville]

Photo via Twitter / Daikaya


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