Breakfast links: Follow the money
Photo by playhockeyeh on Flickr.
Team Thomas spends on luxuries:
In one week, Harry Thomas, Jr.'s "nonprofit" spent money
allocated for youth sports instead at Hooters, golf at Pebble Beach, and much more. (City Paper)
Imagine the L Street cycletrack:
If the L Street cycletrack existed, it might look like this mockup
from WABA. That, and if some bikes floated in the air, like the one in the lower left corner.
Ike Memorial has windshield perspective:
Another writer piles on to the criticism
of Frank Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial. It's primarily designed for the view from people speeding past in cars, not as a usable public space. (New Urban Network)
Gray supports aerial Dulles station:
Mayor Gray has endorsed the aboveground Dulles station
after talking with Govrenor McDonnell and former Congressman Tom Davis. DC's MWAA board members may still support the underground choice. (Post)
Rage against the machine:
A man wielding a shotgun and a hammer
emerged from the woods along the Baltimore-Washington Parkway and smashed an SUV that had a speed camera mounted to it. (Washington Times)
Community polices trail:
DC's Guardian Angels, as well as our own Stephen Miller
, are uniting neighbors
to patrol the Metropolitan Branch Trail. Police recently arrested ruffians who attacked trail users. (Post)
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