Lots of things to do next month, a coffee shop controversy, and other news of the day over in the District.
- New Hill East coffee shop’s Twitter page offends residents with photos. [Popville]
- “I can’t run an office on free.” [Washingtonian]
- Restauranteur says minimum wage hikes may force him out of the city. [Eater]
- A D.C. corrections officer was charged in a human trafficking investigation involving a teen. [NBC]
- Ice cream queen is coming to D.C. [Eater]
- D.C. ranks sixth for most construction cranes in the country. [Curbed]
- High school student dies weeks after being attacked in classroom. [Post]
- How much sushi does $40 get you at six D.C. restaurants? [WCP]
- American University rolls out plan to fight racism. [WTOP]
- Planet Fitness is coming to Ward 7 shopping center. [Popville]
- Pidzza opens one location, closes another. [Popville]
- 17 things to do in February. [Washingtonian]
- Why Mark Ein decided to purchased the Washington City Paper. [DC Inno]
- Best and worst times of the year to find a new apartment in the city. [Curbed]
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