Thursday, October 13, 2011

Local News Round Up


The Post and the Washington Examiner report on the Theater of the First Amendment's production of "Can't Scare Me, the Story of Mother Jones" which runs through October 30th at the Atlas (1333 H Street).

Prince of Petworth says Pret a Manger is coming to Union Station.

Greater Greater Washington talks twice about the future name of the NY Ave metro station. NoMa blog also discusses the topics.

DC Event Junkie shows us that politics and karaoke can mix. They will do so at the 3rd Annual Karaoke in the Capital. October 19th at 7pm.

The Afro-American has a wacky article claiming that the District government bans Black businesses from a new H Street grant (I must have missed that provision).

Housing Complex looks at the potential for housing in Carver-Langston.

Women in Retail Real Estate (WIRRE) is giving a tour of H Street October 20th. Ticketsare $30 for members, and $45 for non-members.

The Washington Post looks at forging an identify for NoMA, and Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space explores the issue further.


aliza said...

Pret a Manger is actually a British company. And quite delicious!

inked said...

They are indeed British. I became quite the fan when I was studying in London.