Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec March 5, 2015 at 10:00 am 0

Puppy prints in snow, March 5, 2015 (Photo via Twitter/hstreetweather)

Hawk ‘n’ Dove, Senart’s Oyster House Exit Bankruptcy — A bankruptcy filing was dismissed this week for the owners of nine Capitol Hill restaurants, including Hawk ‘n’ Dove, Senart’s Oyster House, Molly Malone’s and Pacifico. [Hill Rag]

Barracks Row Frame Shop to Relocate? — Capitol Hill Corner hears that the 8th Street SE shop Frame of Mine will be forced to relocate when its lease is up this fall. Rumor has it that the building owner is looking for a restaurant to move onto the street already crowded with eateries. [Capitol Hill Corner]

‘Who Shovels the Snow? It’s Complicated” — WAMU explains who shovels what, among D.C. government, the federal government, residents and businesses. [WAMU]

School Enrollment System Crashed — Some District families are getting more time to make their school lottery choices, after the online system crashed just hours before the deadline at 11:59 p.m. Monday. [The Washington Post]

Walk Like a Penguin to Avoid Slipping on Ice — You can avoid falling on ice by walking like a penguin, a design firm says. “Keep your center of gravity over your front leg.” [Tablet Infographics]

Photo via Twitter/hstreetweather


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