Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas March 24, 2016 at 9:50 am 1 Comment

Arris ribbon cutting (Photo via Twitter/Eleanor H. Norton)

Iowa Congressman Isn’t Fan of Wharf — Rep. Rod Blum (R-Iowa) this week tweeted a photo of The Wharf construction in Southwest, saying D.C. is “being built on the backs of US taxpayers” and “needs a recession.” [Washingtonian]

Bowser, Norton Help Open Navy Yard Building — Mayor Muriel Bowser and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton yesterday helped cut the ribbon to the Arris, a new mixed-use building in Navy Yard. [Twitter/Eleanor H. Norton]

Diner to Open on H Street Corridor — DC Diner, which will stay open almost 24 hours, is set to arrive at 802 13th St. NE on April 1. [Frozen Tropics]

U.S. Capitol Scaffolding Coming Down — Crews are beginning to dismantle the scaffolding that surrounded the U.S. Capitol’s dome for about two years. [DCist]

Photo via Twitter/Eleanor H. Norton


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