Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan October 2, 2015 at 9:05 am 0

Capitol Hill and Barrack's Row street signs

Many of Summer’s Simple Assaults Won’t Lead to Arrests, Hill East ANC Commissioner Says — ANC 6B commissioner Denise Krepp penned an op-ed, saying too many assaults in the District go unprosecuted. [The Hill]

Capitol Hill Eatery to Serve Limited-Edition Rachel Ray-Inspired Burger — Good Stuff Eatery at 303 Pennsylvania Ave. SE will serve a burger with double peppers and onion to commemorate celebrity chef Rachel Ray’s 10th anniversary of food publishing. [Roll Call]

Capitol Hill Church to Receive New Spires — Christ Church at 620 G St. SE will replace the deteriorating spires on its roof, restoring the church to the way it looked in 1891. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Korean Artist Holds First U.S. Show in Southwest — South Korean artist Kim Jung Gi will hold his first stateside exhibition at Blind Whino at 700 Delaware Ave. SW. The exhibit will open on Oct. 3 and include a site-specific mural. [Southwester]


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