09 May 2024

Hill Buzz

Buzz buzz!!! A queen honey bee as documented by DC’s Honey Guy, Del Voss, via Instagram.

The Hill Buzz is late but it’s here! By the way, catch me on WAMU talking about The Hill is Home’s party! I’ll be on Get Out There at 4:44 and 6:44 p.m.

Got the suspect under arrest. And then… Ooops. Fox 5 DC

Pacci’s is all approved for their second-story restaurant use! Charles Allen via Ex-Twitter

This letter to the editor in the Washington Post resonates with me. Worth a read.

Marijuana smoking patios, also known as Summer Gardens, are wafting to a high street near you this summer. Lit. Axios

A man was killed in March inside a Navy Yard apartment building and a suspect is under arrest. The incident was domestic in nature. DC Witness

Crime is down. Axios
Do we still have it? Yes, we do. Are we saturated with information, some of it incorrect, partial, or biased? Yes, we are. Stanford HAI, IJMFR

Catching package thieves with just a little bit of cunning, technology and a decoy? It works. Bloomberg

In the notes from last month’s ANC 6B, we encounter a phrase that has a flavor that can only be encountered on the Hill: “..the preservation of the structure’s historic cement roof.” More via the Hill Rag

Tom Sietsema does a little investigative reporting with the help of some friends to find out if Pastis, up in Union Market District, and their service live up to the hype. A bill of almost $500 later, he confirmed that civilians get treated just as grandly as a famous critic. Washington Post

The plan to protect the Eastern Market area with bollards is back on and fuflly funded. From the article, it’s not clear where the bollards would go, but we do know they’ll be installed in November and in one fell swoop. Hill Rag

A man who shot an H Street NE carryout employee for throwing food at a friend of his has accepted a pre-indictment plea offer. Eric Davis shot the employee several times following an altercation in which the employee threw a food order at Davis. Can we please take some deep breaths? DC Witness

Axios‘ Cuneyt Dil takes a look at how both recall campaigns (and their pro-incumbent counterparts) are doing.

Legislation to get RFK development is stalled in the Senate, but tying the development to a key bill might push it forward. Washington Examiner


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