Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan April 19, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

P Street NW

Bowser’s Shelter Plan ‘At Risk of Collapse’ — The plan to replace D.C. General with shelters across the city risks falling apart. Hundreds of residents in several of the District’s wards point to its high cost and possible changes by the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) as reasons why they oppose the plan. And D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson, who had previously committed to vote on the plan in April, announced yesterday he would postpone taking action. [Washington Post]

CakeLove Chef Launching Weed Edible Company — Chef Warren Brown, who closed his U Street bakery CakeLove and opened an online store in December, will launch a new marijuana edibles business called Taste Buds. [Express]

The Boss Visits Journalists’ Wedding Near Meridian Hill Park — Bruce Springsteen apparently attended a wedding ceremony for journalists Josh Rogin and Ali Weinberg at the historic Meridian House on Saturday. [Washington Post]

Amsterdam Falafelshop Plots Dallas Location — The late night falafel chain will open an outpost in Dallas. [Culturemap Dallas]

Eight Great Outdoor Lunch Spots in Dupont — Boquiera, DGS Delicatessen and Duke’s Grocery are all great spots for al fresco dining. See what else made this list. [Washingtonian]

Donut Miss This New Mural — Check out this new Blagden Alley mural by local artist Kelly Towles. [Twitter]


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