What other news organizations are saying about people, places and happenings in the neighborhood:
The stabbing at Giant: Two employees argued. One picked up a knife. The other was hospitalized with three stab wounds and broken ribs. Here’s the coverage in The Washington Post. Our hearts go out to the victim and other Giant employees. Many have worked there for years and we’ve come to know them well.
Prison for Comet shooter: Edgar Maddison Welch has been sentenced to a four-year prison term. “In letters to the judge and in court,” the Associated Press writes, “employees described the terror of Welch’s actions, with some saying they have depression and nightmares and need trauma counseling.” So it’s still important to #StandWithComet.
Jake Tapper sells Forest Hills home: Variety reports Tapper, CNN anchor and sometime Forest Hills Playground Halloween party emcee, has sold his five-bedroom home for $1.4 million.
Never forget the name of the pasta you’re eating: At the other restaurants in Bloomberg’s trend piece, putting the logo on the food itself is a response to the Instagram age. At Sfoglina, inspiration for its stamped corzetti pasta came from a centuries-old tradition.
More local media mentions: “Volunteer Drivers for Food Rescue US Reroute D.C.’s Excess Food to the Homeless” (Washington City Paper)… “Amazon Was Supposed To Have Crushed Bookstores. So Why Are Indie Bookshops Booming In D.C.?” (WAMU)… “Why I Left a Government Job for One in the Beer Industry” (The Muse)… “10 Insta-Worthy Hidden Sculptures at DC’s Hillwood Estate” (Washingtonian)…