After a Fourth of July-sized interruption to the weekly routine, the weekend, and end to this heat wave, is nearly here.
The D.C. area has seen seven straight days with highs above 90 degrees, but that finally seems set to wrap up as we move into the weekend.
Should you find yourself waiting for a train, or otherwise looking to kill some time online, check out our most popular stories from the past week:
- Clarendon Apple Store Has Closed Temporarily
- Bistro 1521 Closed in Ballston
- Rosslyn’s Art Institute of Washington Set to Close, Stop Accepting New Students
- Park Service Selects Location Near Rosslyn as Preferred Site for Boathouse
- Fire in Virginia Square
Head down to the comments to discuss these stories or anything else local. Have a good weekend!
Flickr pool photo via Tom Mockler
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