Newspaper announces changes, weird airport seizures, and other news of the day over in the District.
- “It’s been a real struggle for me, so this is a very good opportunity.” [WTOP]
- A $118.5 million building sale. [WBJ]
- A $46 million tax break debacle. [WBJ]
- Philly-based power couple brings vegan concepts to the Atlas District. [Eater]
- New bill could mean more street closures for play. [Urban Turf]
- Cornhole league launches in the city. [Washingtonian]
- What’s happening with the Long Bridge project, you ask? [GGW]
- Community opposes church’s new parking plan. [Capitol Hill Corner]
- Cocaine clams, sheep meat, counterfeit Air Jordans, and other weird things uncovered at D.C. airports. [NBC]
- Plans move forward to retrofit a former school near the U Street Corridor. [Urban Turf]
- D.C. chefs ditch avocado for fancier toast toppings. [Washingtonian]
- Current Newspapers announces “reorganization.” [Current]
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