Metro delays, free stuff, best restaurants, and other news of the day over in the District.
- Prepare for Green Line delays tomorrow. [NBC]
- President’s Day freebies. [WTOP]
- 128 affordable apartments proposed for former Sanford Capital complex. [Urban Turf]
- Greater Greater Washington’s 10th anniversary party. [GGW]
- 40+ vinyl vendors will sell records at Penn Social. [Popville]
- Council member proposed bill that would have benefited firm that offered his son a job. [Post]
- Following citywide investigation, DCPS teachers will not be assessed on how many students they pass this year. [Post]
- You can now lease an apartment overlooking Nats stadium. [Curbed]
- Home Depot is hiring 2,000 people in D.C. [NBC]
- Black-owned streaming service gives indie films a home. [DC Inno]
- American University to honor someone who embodies the inspiring spirt of Frederick Douglass. [NBC]
- Coffee roaster Chris Vigilante’s dream day in the city. [Post]
- Reporting illegal construction just got easier. [Curbed]
- Community development leader Oramenta Newsome dies at 62. [Post]
- NoMa market tests out delivery. [Frozen Tropics]
- Thee list. [Washingtonian]
- How D.C.’s former chief technology officer helped turn the city into a tech hub. [DC Inno]
Two local chefs have been named semifinalists for a prestigious James Beard award. Rahman “Rock” Harper of Queen Mother’s Fried Chicken on Columbia Pike and Kevin Tien, owner of Hot…
The Ballston and East Falls Church Metro stations are among those set to be impacted by a multi-week closure starting in June.
Fairlington author Amina Luqman-Dawson has received two awards for her novel, “Freewater.” The middle-grade book about a secret community of formerly enslaved people living in the wilderness received both the…
Ask Eli discusses how home market values compare to Arlington County’s tax assessments.
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