Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas April 25, 2016 at 9:55 am 0

Barracks Row

Barracks Row Thai Eatery to Shut Down — Nana Thai is set to close in June at at 406 8th St. SE. But the family that runs it is looking to open a new location, possibly on Capitol Hill. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Councilman Allen Finds Lead in Schools’ Water ‘Infuriating’ — Councilman Charles Allen of Ward 6 is speaking out about the lead found in the water of three Capitol Hill-area schools, calling the findings “totally infuriating.” [Charles Allen]

National Cannabis Festival Hits RFK — The National Cannabis Festival rolled into the RFK Stadium grounds over the weekend with marijuana for “donations,” pot-themed giveaways and an “Educational Pavilion.” [Washington Post]

NoMa, Hill East Get Skyscrapers in Movie — NoMa and Hill East are home to several skyscrapers in the “Independence Day” sequel that is set to hit movie theaters this summer. [Washingtonian]


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