Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan October 19, 2015 at 9:45 am 0

Capitol Hill Neighbors Upset About Rats Near Spike Mendelsohn Restaurants — Residents of C Street SE complain that three restaurants owned by Spike Mendelsohn, The Eatery, We the Pizza and Bearnaise, are attracting rats to the neighborhood with poor trash and grease disposal practices. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Stretch of 11th Street NE Renamed to Honor Woman Killed by Car While Leaving Church — A stretch of 11th Street NE next to the New Samaritan Baptist Church on Florida Avenue NE was renamed Ruby Whitfield Way in honor of a member of the church who was stuck and killed by a car while leaving the church in 2013. [WTOP]

A Look Into the Lives of Seven Interns Living Together on Capitol Hill — Seven Hill interns with the Running Start Fellowship bridge their political differences to live together in a row house on Capitol Hill. [MSNBC]

H Street NE Eatery DC Harvest Shakes Up Its Cocktail Menu — DC Harvest on the H Street corridor hired a new bar manager, Matthew Fisk, who is shaking up the cocktail menu with more international ingredients. [District Cuisine]

Changes at Hill Now — Hill Now editor Andrew Ramonas is moving to Borderstan where he will be a co-editor. Sean Meehan, who has written for Borderstan and Hill Now since August, will be taking over as interim editor at Hill Now.


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