Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan May 4, 2016 at 8:55 am 0

Dupont Sign BRIEF

Mom Reunited With Firefighters Who Helped Deliver Her Baby — A Columbia Heights woman was reunited yesterday with the two rescuers who helped her deliver her baby last month. [WTOP]

51-Foot Joint Coming to Funk Parade — You know it. You love it. The 51-foot spliff that possibly helped marijuana advocates land a meeting with the White House will make an appearance at the Funk Parade on Saturday. [Washington City Paper]

D.C. Not the Focus of 9:30 Club’s New PBS Show — Local landmarks make only a few appearances in 9:30 Club’s new PBS show. Instead, bands like Garbage, Ibeya and MisterWives — and oddly enough, the audience itself — take the starring role. [Washingtonian]

Columbia Heights Target Adds Self Checkout Lanes — Eight new self checkout lanes allow residents to fully eschew human interaction at the DCUSA Target. [New Columbia Heights]

Verizon Strikes Planned Across D.C. — Picketers will march and chant in front of at least 10 Verizon stores in the District today. [Metro Washington Council AFL-CIO]


Subscribe to our mailing list