Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec January 2, 2015 at 10:20 am 0

Barracks Row

Streetcar Service to Start This Month — Vincent Gray said in one of his final statements as mayor that the D.C. Streetcar will be ready for passenger service the week of Jan. 19. “We don’t want to rush for the sake of rushing,” Gray said. [DDOT]

More Food and Fashion on H Street — The “market place environment” Maketto appears to be set to open soon at 1351 H St. NE. Locally made clothes and locally sourced food will be for sale in the storefront. [Popville]

Willie’s Brew & Que Cook Profiled — The Washington Post published a profile of a cook who stayed in the D.C. General homeless shelter and got a job at the new Navy Yard barbecue restaurant Willie’s Brew & Que with the help of a nonprofit. [Washington Post]

Atlas Theater Cofounder Dies — Paul Sprenger, a cofounder of the Atlas Performing Arts Center, died Monday at age 74. [New York Times]

Winter Classic at Nationals Park — If you couldn’t get tickets to the NHL Winter Classic hockey game yesterday, check out these photos of a sea of jerseys. [JDLand]


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