Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas April 28, 2016 at 9:25 am 0

M Street NE street art

Girl Assaults Woman Over Loud Music Complaint on Green Line — A girl attacked a woman who asked her to wear her headphones to listen to her music last week on a Metro train near the Navy Yard-Ballpark Metro station. [WUSA]

Developer Submits Paperwork to Raze Burger King Near Union Market — The Burger King at 320 Florida Ave. NE is one step closer to shutting down after a developer filed a raze permit application for the property. [Frozen Tropics]

Artists to Paint Murals in NoMa Next Month — A global art movement called POW! WOW! is set to bring artists from around the world to NoMa to paint murals in the neighborhood. [Washingtonian]

Eight Capitol Hill-Area Alleys Set for Repairs During ‘AlleyPalooza 3’ — Mayor Muriel Bowser and the District Department of Transportation have announced eight Capitol Hill-area alleys scheduled for repairs this summer. [Hill Now]


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