Posts Tagged ‘Taylor Gourmet’

Game of Groans: The Worst April Fools’ Jokes in D.C.

April Fools' Day! The day when everyone—no matter how humorless they are the other 364 days of the year—feels compelled to make a funny. (Not City Paper, though, at least until we figure out a way to top this one.) Today, unfortunately, may have been the least funny April Fools' Day yet. Some glaring perpetrators among [...]

District Line Daily: Shooting in Adams Morgan

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A cab driver was shot and killed this morning in Adams Morgan, with the suspects shooting [...]

District Line Daily: Heat Wave’s Here

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Get ready to sweat: For the next few days, the Washington area is looking at temperatures [...]

District Line Daily: Unusual Lawsuit

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D.C. corrections officer Walter Sampson is suing the department for failing to accommodate his PTSD, which [...]

The Needle: War on Cars Returns

Global Warning: Has global warming ruined our ability to enjoy an unseasonably hot late October day? Where once 80 degree weather like today's would have been a treat, now it's just a reminder that we're headed straight for Waterworld. -5
Bike Anxiety: Drivers are sounding the alarm over a new bike lane on L Street NW. [...]

Our Morning Roundup: Transparency In Reporting

New Columbia Heights posts the highlights from a spat on the neighborhood listserv among ANC Commissioners about paying for cellphones that became a free-for-all. Favorite listserv quote: "The commission has done nothing in the way of administrative housekeeping: mail is not picked up on a regular basis, the phone bill went unpaid until service was [...]

Our Morning Roundup: The Chain Gang

The 42 ventures beyond Mount Pleasant to report that a Smoothie King is opening up in Chinatown: "In a revelation my coworker called "super-sensational smoothie news," Smoothie King will soon Join Clyde's on the Walk, Sushi-Go-Round and Häagen-Dazs. The Smootie King will be located in a stand alone rental space on the south side of [...]

Our Morning Roundup: Goodbye Used Car Lots

In case you missed it: here's all you need to know about yesterday morning's federal court hearing on CFSA: In CFSA Case, Nickles Plays Defense; Judge Hogan Critical Of CFSA Director Selection Process.
Dee Does the District decides to not open up about getting terminated by DCPS. But this doesn't stop her from opening up about [...]

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