News & Politics

The Morning Buzz

Good morning, Washington! Here's what we're reading around the web this AM.

Radiohead fans who attended their concert at Nissan Pavilion Sunday night are pissed—and for good reason. Turns out many of them were turned away from the venue due to flooding on the roads, and never got to see the show at all. Some are calling for refunds from the venue.

We take an early look at the newly-opened Co Co. Sala restaurant in Penn Quarter. 

Speaking of roads, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine is calling for tax increases to fund road upkeep.
The City Paper reports, sadly, that local pop rockers The Alphabetical Order has split up.

In a world where restaurant turnover is fast and high, DC Rocks has found a few places that have managed to stick around.

"The District will lease the final parcel of land on the old convention center site to developers Hines and Archstone, where they'll build an upscale 400-room hotel and 100,000 square feet of additional retail space." Via BizJournals