Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan August 14, 2015 at 9:30 am 0

U.S. Capitol grounds flower (Photo via Twitter/Visitthecapitol)

Man Punches Six People During Violent Spree in NoMa — A man believed to be high on synthetic drugs attacked at least six people in NoMa on Wednesday evening, police said. [NBC Washington]

Tickets to See the Pope’s Address to Congress in High Demand — Members of Congress are saying they have more requests for guest tickets to see Pope Francis address Congress on Sept. 24 than for any event in recent memory. [WTOP]

Former Navy Yard ANC Commissioner Garber Kicks Off Council Campaign — David Garber, a former ANC commissioner in Navy Yard, over the weekend kicked off his campaign to challenge at-large Councilman Vincent Orange for his seat in the 2016 Democratic primary. [Washington City Paper]

Bicycling Skeletons Take Over Walls of H Street Corridor Eatery — Día de los Muertos is coming to the H Street corridor early this year as bicycling skeletons start to take shape on the walls of Chupacabra Latin Kitchen and Taqueri. [Hill Now]

Photo via Twitter/Visitthecapitol


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