Happy 21st Night of September to all who celebrate? What is going on?
The Washington Post‘s Petula Dvorak takes a closer look at the Trump supporters who hold vigil at the DC Jail, seeking justice for their jailed friends.
A DC United may be in deeper trouble after using a racial slur against an Inter Miami player during a game last week. KGET
After getting shot on H Street NE, Brian Robinson Jr. returned to practice. We hope he keeps healing and is well enough to play soon. WJLA
JDLand shares a Capitol Riverfront BID survey. For our neighbors who live south, check it out.
623 A Street NE has sold and you can read about it here. Connect CRE
Walk to School Day is approaching on October 12 and it appears DDOT will be closing some streets ahead of the event, according to the Hill Rag. During last year’s event, a father and his two daughters were hit by a driver as they walked to school in Ward 8. (People)
Eater’s Tim Ebner stopped by Capitol Square Bar and Grill and shared an intimate look at the people making great food in an area decidedly underserved in the upscale food department. Mmm… crab cakes.
The soon-to-no-longer-exist DCRA stepped up to the bat and delivered on behalf of Nationals Stadium on Saturday, in the form of a temporary certificate of occupancy. Earlier reports had revealed that the agency was threatening not to renew the C of O because Events DC has not attained the promised development target, according to the Washington Post.
This year’s H Street Festival felt like a breath of fresh air and WJLA has a great rundown. We sincerely wish the organizers would have shared things like maps and acts a little earlier. Help us help you be great, H Street Main Street!
DCist recently profiled the owner of Little District Books and we love that he wants his store to be a place for LGBTQ+ and allies to have a place to access queer literature. Check it out and then take a look at this cute Instagram reel we made of the tiny but mighty space.
Apps aiming at reducing food waste like Too Good to Go are making a difference in terms of helping restaurants cope with surplus food and food waste. Local restaurants such as We, The Pizza, are participating. More over at the Washington Post.