Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan May 16, 2016 at 9:45 am 0

Dancers perform at the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain (2801 16th St. NW) as part of "Shortcut to Europe" (Photo via Twitter/ Embassy of Spain US)

Music Program for the Homeless Robbed of Instruments — Someone broke in to Thrive DC in Columbia Heights and stole two guitars and a ukelele. The thief also swiped a laptop and headphones. The theft was so significant that the organization was forced to cancel its jam sessions last week. [Washington Post]

Marble Alley Owner Mulls Former Bardia Space — The owner of the forthcoming Adams Morgan bar Marble Alley is reportedly looking to set up shop in the former Bardia space at 2412 18th St. NW .[Barred in DC]

Tim Gunn Drops Visits Left Door — The “Project Runway” mentor and D.C. native dropped in over the weekend for a cocktail at Tom Brown’s Left Door. [Twitter/ Left Door]

Tryst Opens in Ethiopia — The popular Adams Morgan coffeeshop now has a location in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. [Washington Post]

Horses Hit Up Adams Morgan — Ever seen a horse trot down 18th Street? [Twitter / Sarah Kamins; PoPville]

EU Embassies Open Doors — More than two dozen EU embassies opened to the public over the weekend. Many of the embassies handed out free food and drinks, and some — like the Embassy of Spain — put on live cultural performances. [Twitter / Embassy of Spain]

Photo via Twitter/ Embassy of Spain US


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