Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas December 9, 2016 at 9:20 am 0

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Peek Inside New Odd Provisions in Columbia Heights — New Columbia Heights took a look inside corner market Odd Provisions, which opened recently at 3301 11th St. NW. [New Columbia Heights]

New Downtown Japanese Eatery Gets High MarksWashington Post restaurant critic Tim Carman wrote that the food at Kanji-Kana (1018 Vermont Ave. NW) is “tasty, affordable and none too foreign.” [Washington Post]

Cops Go Shopping With Kids at Columbia Heights Target — Police took local children in need shopping at the Columbia Heights Target for the holidays. [WJLA]

Why Bars Thrive and Restaurants Die on U StreetWashington City Paper explores why restaurants, but not bars, often have problems surviving on U Street NW. [Washington City Paper]

CityCenterDC Helps D.C., Even Without Crowds — The Washington Post Magazine examines how CityCenterDC helped the District show the world it can create a high-end downtown that caters to the rich, despite a lack of crowds there.


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