Posts Tagged ‘National Aquarium’

The Needle: Truck Yeah!

Trucker Nation: Truckers wanting to express their disapproval of national political leaders are planning a "Truckers Ride for the Constitution" rally later this week and will circle I-495 so no one can come in and no one can come out. -7
Sink or Swim: It's moving day for the 38 sea animals at the recently [...]

District Line Daily: The Federal Government Is Shut, But D.C. Is Alive

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It's here. The federal government has shut down. The National Mall and its museums and monuments [...]

Goodbye, National Aquarium

As the National Aquarium in D.C. closes its doors today, its poor leopard sharks and hellbender salamanders will be the proverbial kids picked last in gym class.
"Ninety-eight percent of the animals have found homes," curator Jay Bradley said earlier today of the aquarium's 1,500 residents  who face eviction from their tanks in the basement of the Department [...]