In tomorrow’s City Paper, you’ll find:

  • David Morton on why College Park is lousy college town
  • Ryan Grim on how the city’s parking booters tried to send their crews across the Anacostia for the first time in years, then ran into serious problems
  • an update from Sadie Dingfelder on the pool-crashing situation at the Hilton Washington.
  • another Grim piece on HR-57, which has received a bunch of grant money that hasn’t seemed to have manifested itself in improvements.
  • In Cheap Seats: Dave McKenna profiles legendary NHL enforcer Donald Brashear.
  • In Young & Hungry: Tim Carman on how an Amsterdam Falafelshop chef took off with his recipes to start his own Adams Morgan falafel joint.
  • Plus lots and lots of film , plenty of music, theater, Joe Banno on opera, books, and more