Free coffee, the city’s best Uber driver, a string of phone store robberies, and other news of the day over in the District.
- What New York’s pipe bomb explosion means for D.C. [WTOP]
- Man shot at Minnesota Avenue Metro station. [WJLA]
- Gregorys Coffee is celebrating the opening of its downtown location today with free beverages. [Eater]
- Archdiocese fights back against court’s decision over Christmas ads on Metrobuses. [WTOP]
- Police arrest teens who allegedly robbed pizza delivery men in separate incidents. [Post]
- Unconventional Diner is set to open in Shaw. [Eater]
- How much noise is too much noise downtown? [NBC]
- “Best Uber ever!” [Washingtonian]
- All of D.C.’s Bruegger’s Bagels shops have shuttered. [Popville]
- The third daytime robbery of a D.C. smartphone store in less than two weeks. [Post]
- Get a taste of Ethiopia in Congress Heights. [East City Art]
- What people are saying about Seylou Bakery & Mill in Blagden Alley. [Eater]
- The Children’s Place in Columbia Heights is closing next month. [Popville]
- Woman sexually assaulted near Capitol by a man who she thought was a ride-share driver. [Post]
- Keep your eyes on these 18 D.C.-area startups. [DC Inno]
- Can a chain store help this Cleveland Park strip mall? [WAMU]
- “If people think they’re too cool to drink vodka soda, they can still drink Natty Boh on the roof.” [WCP]
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