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Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan May 3, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

BRIEF art on U Street

Millie & Al’s Worth $1.8 Million — The building that once housed Adams Morgan dive bar Millie & Al’s has reportedly sold for nearly $2 million. The business was sold to an LLC managed by former Taylor Gourmet exec David Mazza and is being shopped to “multiple strong local and national tenants” looking to open in the neighborhood. [Washington Business Journal]

Shaw Library Guinea Pig Dies — Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Neighborhood Library’s guinea pig, Flash Pumpernickel, passed away yesterday “after a long illness.” RIP, Flash Pumpenickel. [Twitter / JannaLibrarian]

New Eatery Shouk Opens Today — A fast-casual restaurant with Middle Eastern- and Mediterranean- inspired “comfort food” is set to arrive in Mount Vernon Triangle at 11 a.m. today. [Twitter / Shouk]

Three Indicted in Shooting Death of Matt Shlonsky — A grand jury has indicted three men involved in the shooting that killed 23-year-old AU graduate Matt Shlonsky. [Cleveland.com]

Patrick’s Pet Care Hosts Opening Party — A former community leader in Columbia Heights has a new hub for his pet care business. Patrick Flynn opened a brick-and-mortar location for Patrick’s Pet Care with a party over the weekend. [Park View, D.C.]

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