Where we talk about stuff (happening in and around D.C.) we didn’t write about but is still something you may care to get all riled about and comment on. So, without further ado – today, in other D.C. media sources:
- Washington City Paper just released a FANTASTIC guide to being a considerate gentrifier, which every D.C. resident–nay, city dweller anywhere– should read immediately.
- Are you so excited for this weekend? Fans of Sweetlife Festival can get even more stoked for the Saturday line-up with this newly-released schedule:
- Can D.C. fulfill all of its transportation promises in the next 20 years? A reflection on the sluggish pace of streetcars and Red Top Meters, their deadlines and red tape. (via TBD)
- There’s talk around town of an ABC liquor license moratorium for U St. businesses…
- And in light of Monday’s racist comment (among others), a coalition of Asian American advocacy groups started the Say Sorry Barry Campaign, requesting the councilmember apologize for his numerous racist remarks. (via Prince of Petworth)
- We all know about Nixon’s scandal at the Watergate but what about D.C.’s other notorious spots? TBD’s got a slideshow of some of the District’s most infamous locales and the scandals that immortalized them.
(photo courtesy of Jefferson Hotel)
- And it looks like Gwyneth Paltrow has been gooping, er, weighing in on D.C.’s hot spots… (via Washington City Paper)
- Speaking of hot spots, have you seen Masa 14’s new rooftop bar yet…?
- Mothers Day is fast approaching (mark May 13th on your calendars, scumbag kids) and we all know how moms love brunch. Right? Luckily, Washingtonian’s got a solid new roundup of the best places to do iiiiit. Take yo’ mama out (for brunch).