A body-conscious bootcamp, Swings Coffee is back, James Beard award finalists, and other news of the day over in the District.
- Navy Yard’s Blue Jacket Brewery will start selling its beers in cans. [Washingtonian]
- A pervert reemerges in NoMa. [Popville]
- Things to do this weekend. [Washingtonian/Metro Weekly]
- A much-hated project. [WBJ]
- Tickets for Hamilton at the Kennedy Center go on sale later this month. [WTOP]
- Rasika, Timber Pizza, Maydan, and other D.C. James Beard award finalists. [Washingtonian]
- Former chief medical officer says he was fired for exposing problems at United Medical Center. [Post]
- Body Positive Bootcamp offers fitness services in a “radically inclusive space.” [Washingtonian]
- The city sues landlord Sanford Capital… again. [Post]
- Dupont Circle tapas spot Madrid has closed. [Eater]
- Should the city pick up the tab for the DC Tuition Assistance Grant program that the Trump administration axed? [Urban Turf]
- Leaders discuss how to improve D.C. public schools. [AFRO]
- Swings Coffee is back downtown after a two-year hiatus. [WBJ]
- “How are you going to get a grown-ass man to do a claw machine?” [Washingtonian]
- D.C. hasn’t seen so much cold air and so little snow up to this point since the winter of 1985-86. [CWG]
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