Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan December 2, 2015 at 9:55 am 0

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Capitol Hill Pee Wee Football Team Looking to Raise Money for Championship Game — The Capitol Hill-based Watkins Hornets Pee Wee football team are trying to raise money to defend their championship title in Florida on Friday, but time is running out. [WUSA 9]

Pretzel Bakery in Hill East Plans to Expand Menu at New, Larger Location — Sean Haney, the owner of the Pretzel Bakery in Hill East says he plans to add a pretzel dough calzone, sandwiches, espresso and possibly beer and wine when he moved his bakery into a new, larger location at 257 15th St. SE. [Washington Post]

Capitol Hill Jazz Duo Pens Song About Escalator Etiquette — Aaron Myers, the resident jazz artist at Mr. Henry’s Restaurant on Capitol Hill, and Oren Levin, a local pianist and composer released a new song “Stand Right” about Metro escalator etiquette. [Washington Post]

Developers Present Plans for 43-Unit Residential Building in Hill East — Developers presented plans to ANC 6B’s planning subcommittee for a 43-unit residential project planned for 1311 E St. SE that they hope to begin building in 2017. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Aaron Silverman Raises More Than $2 Million for Rose’s Luxury Sister Restaurant — Rose’s Luxury chef and owner Aaron Silverman has raised $2.1 million so far from investors for the buildout of Pineapple and Pearls, the sister restaurants to Rose’s Luxury that will open next door on Barracks Row. [Washington Business Journal]


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