Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas April 29, 2016 at 9:30 am 0

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Bowser Kicks off ‘Rat Riddance’ Program on Barracks Row — Mayor Muriel Bowser was on 8th Street SE yesterday to launch a pilot rat abatement program. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Man Exposes Himself to Journalist Near Union MarketWashingtonian senior editor Marisa M. Kashino encountered a man pleasuring himself and walking toward her during her commute to the NoMa-Gallaudet Unviersity Metro station yesterday morning. [Washingtonian]

Kid at NPR in NoMa Shuts Down Newscast — A kid who was at NPR’s headquarters at 1111 North Capitol St. NE for “Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day” caused a minute of dead air after playing with a control panel. [Gawker]

Barracks Row Chef Aaron Silverman Talks About his ‘Baby’ — Chef Aaron Silverman described the 4,000-pound, custom Bonnet range he imported from Europe for Pineapple and Pearls at 715 8th St. SE as his “baby,” which is just part of what he says makes his new restaurant special. [Washington City Paper]


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