Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec November 18, 2014 at 9:10 am 0

Traffic on 8th Street SE underpassEnvironmental Protest on East Capitol Street — Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline laid a mock pipeline in front of Sen. Mary Landrieu’s East Capitol Street home yesterday (Monday). [Daily Caller]

Revitalization of H Street NE — The Atlas theater is a “poster child for what happens when historic buildings are restored in desolate areas,” the chair of the D.C. Preservation League’s landmark committee said in a story about historic preservation. [Elevation DC]

Construction at Massachusetts Avenue and H Street NW — A new phase of the Third Street Tunnel project starts today and will disrupt traffic. [Hill Rag]

Capitol Hill History — This week’s Lost Capitol Hill column covers a long-forgotten spring and the role it played in shaping early neighborhood boundaries. [The Hill Is Home]


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