City Paper is not for tourists
In tomorrow’s City Paper, you’ll find:
- A story by Joe Lapp documenting his family’s decadeslong history as white people in Kenilworth Courts in Far Northeast. It’s called “Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor’s Dodge Caravan.”
- Amanda S. Miller on the efforts of Yavocka Young to clean up the Anacostia commercial strip. Job 1: Get rid of all the nonprofits.
- In Loose Lips: James Jones on why Harold Brazil’s pissed off at WRC-TV reporter Tom Sherwood. Plus: Adrian Fenty’s 68-year-old hypermarathoning legal aide and the upcoming Ward 4 name games.
- In Show & Tell: Jessica Gould rates which D.C. strip clubs you’d want to move into your neighborhood.
- In Cheap Seats: Dave McKenna profiles 19-year-old Adam Dantus, a one-man pro basketball front office.
- In Young & Hungry: Anne Marson on why the ubiquitous raspberry coulis is really, really, really awful.
- Plus film (Jenkins on Fur), music (reviews of White Magic, Partyline, and Pretty Girls Make Graves), theater, and more