Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan November 18, 2015 at 9:30 am 0

Public art on 8th Street SE

Nonprofit Dedicated to Helping Sex Workers Opens New H Street NE Facility — HIPS, a local nonprofit that offers counseling, needle-exchange and other services for sex workers, will have a grand opening for their new location at 906 H St. NE Thursday. [Washington City Paper]

Local CSA Hopes to Open Store Near Eastern Market — Farm to Family Community Supported Agriculture, a CSA that delivers food to about 300 people in the summer and 150 in the winter, is hoping to open a brick-and-mortar distribution store in the former site of Morton’s Pharmacy at the corner of East Capitol Street and 8th Street NE. [Hill Rag]

City Reportedly Considering Homeless Shelter at Half and L Streets SE — Though no plans have been finalized, the District is reportedly considering renovating the old GSA warehouse at Half and L Streets SE into a homeless shelter. [JDLand]

Pineapple and Pearls Teases January Opening — Pineapple and Pearls, the sister restaurant of Aaron Silverman’s long-lined Barracks Row eatery Rose’s Luxury, hinted at a January opening on Instagram yesterday. [Hill Now]


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