City Paper is not for tourists
Tommy Blog: D.C. Councilmember Tommy Wells announced on his blog that he will be hosting a forum tomorrow night on AG Peter Nickles’ recent push to allow late-night releases at the D.C. Jail. We wrote about the issue as well.
Penn Quarter Living visits the reopened Ford’s Theatre: “The theater is beautiful, completely restored from top to bottom. Remember the holes in the ceiling and the water damage? All repaired and freshly painted and detailed.”
The Heights Life declares its love for Ruby Tuesdays. We dig their salad bar. Seriously. The blog gushes over the bar’s chairs (they swivel). And they too love the salad bar.
Two dudes have started a blog chronicling their attempts to open a lounge/bar:
“I have been doing some serious research and contacting a bunch of people to help us fix up our business plan. I am hoping to get the draft edit back to Susan by the beginning of next week after having the weekend to do some more work. Chuck and I have picked a name for now……. Push Lounge…….The idea is to have a lounge that takes customer/consumer comfort and enjoyment to the max.”
And Now, Anacostia has a rundown of the River East Emerging Leaders (REEL) meetup. Post includes pictures.
14th & You has a crime update on some Dupont Circle robberies.
If you haven’t read this already, we have the complete rundown on the Harvard Hall fire which got tons of good comments from concerned residents.