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Friday, November 10, 2017

Local Briefing: Pee Tosser Sentenced, the Darkside Bar Descends, &pizza Spreads Pizza & a Philosophy

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Stay warm and enjoy the links below. It's only going to get colder!

Judge Sentences Pee Tosser

WTOP reports that Opal Brown, the woman who threw a cup of her own urine onto an X2 bus driver, was sentenced yesterday to 120 days in jail and three years of probation. Brown is barred from riding the X2 line during that period of probation.



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Come to the Darkside...Bar
Esquire Magazine has an article about the new Star Wars inspired pop-up The Darkside Bar coming to the 2nd floor of 816 H Street NE (above Mythology). Once it opens on November 15th The Darkside Bar will serve six custom cocktails and host nightly events including games of chance, dj nights, trivia, alien speed dating, and an "Intergalactic Burlesque" show. It will offer a changing menu of small and shared plates. Reservations are $33 a person (that includes two drinks) if you make them online ahead of time. Walk-ins are accepted, but that raises the price to $40 a person. Similar pop-ups will operate in Los Angeles and New York. The pop-up will be open through New Years Eve. It will be closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Fast Company on &pizza's Ever-Expanding Empire
Fast Company covers the continued growth of &pizza, which opened its first location at 1118 H Street NE in 2012. Co-founder and CEO Michael Lastoria continues to spreads his gospel of selling high quality affordable pizza while paying employees a living wage and providing them with healthcare.

1 comment:

pat said...

the one upside of the Pee Tosser is the MTPD, MPD and WMATA management have cracked down on the
X2.