Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan October 4, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

M8 armored gun system at Carnegie Library

Protesters March for Terrence Sterling — Hundreds of people gathered at the intersection of New York and New Jersey avenues last night to protest the death of Terrence Sterling, a Maryland motorcyclist who was shot and killed by a D.C. Police officer there last month. [Washington Post]

Shaw Ethiopian Eatery to Close This Month — Zenebech Restaurant, the Ethiopian eatery at 608 T St. NW, will finally close its doors later this month. The strip that houses the restaurant is slated to be turned into apartments with ground-floor retail space. [Washington Post]

Six Residences Planned in Logan Circle — The building that houses the Bike Rack (1412 Q St. NW) will get six new residences, a green roof and some room to expand the business. [UrbanTurf]

Three D.C. Cafes to Become ‘Gilmore Girls’ Diners Tomorrow — Coffee shops in Mount Pleasant, Dupont and Petworth are slated to become “Luke’s Diner,” the diner from “Gilmore Girls,” as part of a national campaign tomorrow. [Eater D.C.]


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