Posts Tagged ‘the coupe’

District Line Daily: Young and Voteless

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D.C.'s booming population of young professionals has the opportunity to sway the upcoming mayoral primary. [...]

The Needle: Coupe de Blah

Pinot Coupe: Columbia Heights diner The Coupe will end its 24-hour service on Feb. 11 and transition into a wine-focused establishment.  -5
District of More Employed: The District's unemployment rate dropped to 8.1 percent in December, which the city cited as a post-recession low. +3

The Needle: Presidential Coupe

So D.C.: President Barack Obama lunched today at The Coupe in Columbia Heights. He probably could have picked a better lunch spot in the neighborhood, but props to Obama for venturing out of downtown. +2
Orange in the Red: Mayoral candidate Vince Orange was caught illegally parking at last night's mayoral debate. In other VO news, he told [...]

Chatter: Arts and Labor

What you said about what we said last week
With an annual festival, a handful of galleries, and now a new arts center and black-box theater, Anacostia’s arts infrastructure is growing quickly. But will audiences from across the city come to Ward 8? And what will the arts do for Anacostia? We pondered these questions in last week’s cover [...]

The Needle: Out: Natitude, In: Cattitude

Sinking: Those darn Nats! An 8-0 loss to the Cardinals is no way to get to the World Series. -8
Sailing: Per an email from Alert D.C., the Wilson Bridge will be opening at around midnight for two pleasure crafts: the Altanagoiar Alta and the delightfully named Cattitude. +1