Morning Rundown


In Memorium — Hill Rag gives a touching tribute to Charnice Milton, the reporter the publication lost after she was gunned down in Anacostia after attending a community meeting at Eastern Market. [Hill Rag]

Finding the Shooter — Police are asking for help identifying 14 persons of interest in connection with the shooting death of Charnice Milton. The Metropolitan Police Department released video of the persons and vehicles of interest on Thursday.[WTOP]

A fun take on Shakespeare — A review of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead,” now playing at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre. The show, staged by Aaron Posner, is slated through June 28. [The Hill is Home]

Congress votes for Metro cuts — This year’s budget from the U.S. House of Representatives cuts $50 million from Metro. [WAMU]


Morning Rundown


Historic District Expansion — Some local residents are frustrated with the D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board’s decision to expand the Capitol Hill Historic District to a four-block area east of Union Station. [Hill Now]

A Community Grieves  — Hill Now alum Andrea Swalec, now at NBC, attended the vigil of Charnice Milton, a local news reporter who was gunned down in Anacostia last week. Milton was shot after covering an Eastern Market community meeting.  [NBC Washington]

Ice Cream Wars — DCist has a breakdown of the top ice cream choices in Washington, D.C., and Ice Cream Jubilee in Yards Park unsurprisingly makes the cut. The website also gave kudos to NoMa’s Dolcezza Factory and Trickling Springs. [DCist]


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