Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan May 10, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

BRIEF Adams Morgan Bernie and Trump

Landlord Sued to Evict Cashion’s Eat Place — The Adams Morgan restaurant owed nearly $70,000 in rent, taxes and other fees. The eatery will close Thursday and make room for Capitol Hill restaurant Johnny’s Half Shell, owned by Ann Cashion, who sold Cashion’s in 2007. [Washington City Paper]

#NorthEndShaw Exists — Men’s clothier Bonobos is opening a 1,100 square foot store at the Shay. But where is the Shay? According to this Washingtonian writer, it’s in… “Northend Shaw,” the controversially named neighborhood our readers say may or may not actually exist. The debate continues. [Washingtonian]

Police Respond to ‘Mentally Disturbed’ Man in Columbia Heights — D.C. Police rushed to the 3500 block of 10th St. NW at 5:56 p.m. last night to deal with a “mentally disturbed” man who was reportedly standing on the roof of a building. The man was taken to the hospital for evaluation after the incident ended just before 7:40 p.m.

RIP John Stabb — Thurston Moore, J. Robbins, Alec MacKaye and other musicians from D.C. met at the Black Cat on 14th Street to remember D.C. hardcore figure John Stabb, who died of stomach cancer Saturday. [Washington City Paper]

Funk Parade Hyperlapse — Take a brisk walk through last weekend’s Funk Parade. [Vimeo / Kennedy Visuals]


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