Borderstan Brief

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

Dupont yarn 17th Street BRIEF

D.C. Lacks ‘Central Gay Neighborhood’ — Dupont Circle is no longer D.C.’s central gay neighborhood, according to the Washington City Paper. These days, LGBTQ spaces are spread throughout the city. Some miss the lack of a centralized space within the District. Others ask whether having a “gayborhood” still matters. [Washington City Paper]

DGS Pivots to Bullfrog Bagels — DGS Delicatessen (1317 Connecticut Ave. NW) will now serve Bullfrog Bagels. [Washington City Paper]

Blagden Alley Gets Murals — Three new murals from artist Kelly Towles recently went up at 926 N St. NW. [BadWolf D.C.]

Ben’s Chili Bowl Removes Cosby From Arlington Location — A panel depicting alleged sexual predator and famous comedian Bill Cosby has been removed from Ben’s Chili Bowl’s Arlington location. [Washingtonian]

Local Ace Hardwares Selling Cheaper Security Lights — The Ace Hardware stores in Logan Circle and Adams Morgan will sell discounted security lights this month as part of a promotion for National Safety Month. Interested customers must fill out this form to take advantage of the discount.


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