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Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail, which is organizing Saturday morning's run, argue that the Purple Line will destroy the Capital Crescent Trail as we know it.
The Peapod grocery pickup location will open in the late summer or early fall, along with a Giant gas station, a Giant Food spokesperson told Patch.
The 1940s-themed restaurant opened this past week, according to its Facebook page.
The Bethesda restaurant—which changed hands briefly earlier this year—was sold back to its previous owner, who says it will not be opened again.
The anthology features the work of nearly 50 local writers.
Restaurant news from around the county and adjacent DC neighborhoods.
The trio of tacos—Korean barbecue, carnitas pork and Havana chicken—will be available for a limited time, starting on Monday, May 20.
Real Estate, Going Green
The White Flint building into which the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission is moving received high marks from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Ri Ra closes in September because of rent issues, and Max Brenner and Panera Bread are opening soon in Bethesda.
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