Posts Tagged ‘Spy Museum’

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Spy Museum Moving to Carnegie Library, Becoming Nonprofit

The International Spy Museum is moving from its Penn Quarter location to the Carnegie Library in Mount Vernon Square, reports the Washington Business Journal. Events DC, which manages the city's convention spaces and some of its sports venues, runs the library as part of a long-term lease with the District and is planning to redevelop [...]

Washington’s Name-Shortening Trend Claims Another Victim

Just as we were all getting used to dropping SoMo, the GaP, and SoNYA in conversation, Washington's name-shortening trend has struck again. The Post's Tom Sietsema reports that the new restaurant going in next to the Spy Museum will be called NoPa. NoPa, as in North of Pennsylvania Avenue.
NoPa is worrying because it means name-shortening [...]

The Needle: ArghGIII

Quarterback Wants Dollars: Incoming Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has a side career in commercials in his future (seriously, look at this), but he may have to become a pitchman permanently if negotiations over his contract aren't finished soon. Griffin has already missed days at rookie camp because of the dispute, which hinges on what [...]