Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan April 18, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

Meridian Hill Park

Dr. Clock’s Reopens in Adams Morgan — A quirky-c00l Adams Morgan bar known for strong cocktails and “Star Wars” character mashup murals has quietly reopened in its old space above Rendezvous Cafe (2226 18th St. NW). [Washington Post]

Fire in Kalorama — Fire crews responded to a blaze on the fourth floor of a Kalorama Triangle apartment building on Saturday night. []

Can D.C. Retake the Jazz Throne? — Musicians want to revive the District’s former glory as a “jazz mecca.” But with the closing of Bohemian Caverns and the recent struggles of the historic Howard Theatre, some say D.C.’s jazz community is seriously dwindling. [Washington Post]

Man Slain in Adams Morgan Double Shooting — A 35-year-old man was killed and another man was injured in a shooting in Adams Morgan early Sunday morning, according to authorities. [Borderstan]

Visiting Jeopardy Teens Eat Half-Smokes — Visiting high schoolers competing in Jeopardy’s teen tournament last week made the pilgrimage to landmark eatery Ben’s Chili Bowl for some half-smokes. [Washington City Paper]

Swing Dancers on U Street — A swing dancing flash mob took the U Street Metro stop by storm yesterday afternoon. [U Street Buzz]

We’ll Miss You, Mike — ANC 2B commissioner Mike Feldstein died last Wednesday at the age of 73. Read some of his former fellow commissioner Mike Silverstein’s favorite memories. [Greater Greater Washington]


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