Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec October 30, 2014 at 9:00 am 0

U.S. Supreme Court

The Search for Relisha Rudd — The search for the 9-year-old who went missing in March continued on Wednesday, her ninth birthday. Relisha Rudd was staying at the D.C. General shelter with her mother and siblings. [DCist]

New Wine Shop Near Potomac Avenue Metro Station — Pipetown Traders, a wine and craft beer shop, is set to open on Pennsylvania Avenue SE at 14th Street NE on Friday. [The Hill Is Home]

L Street NE Underpass Upgrades — The WashCycle questions whether L Street NE underpass changes to add public art will serve cyclists and pedestrians. [WashCycle]

Free Turkey-Frying on Barracks Row — The 8th Street SE restaurant Medium Rare will fry turkeys for free on Thanksgiving morning. “We’re going to save people from burning down their house or going to the emergency room,” company founder Mark Bucher said. [Roll Call]


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