Good morning, Washingtonians. Here’s what was happening this weekend: Michael Cohen changed his tune about the Access Hollywood tape story, the Manafort jury just wants to go home and party, Trump picked a fight with Andrew Cuomo on Twitter, and FLOTUS got really matchy-matchy with her Adidas Stan Smiths. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more throughout the day.
Today’s free fitness class, by Kim Olsen:
Kick off the week with feel-good yoga at BicycleSpace, where a rotating roster of local instructors leads give-what-you-can classes at the downtown and Adams Morgan locations. Currently, funds benefit New Endeavors By Women, a DC nonprofit that provides housing, education, and employment opportunities to help homeless women achieve independent living. Arrive early (7:15 PM) as the class tends to fill up, and bring your own mat. 440 K St., NW and 2424 18th St., NW.
It’s a plan! Let’s catch up, shall we?
• Bad news: Turner Broadcasting shut down the much-chattered-about Rick and Morty pop-up bar.
• Audi Field won’t let you bring in your purse, but we found a workaround.
• It’s official: We’re over poké. And for your service, we ranked the least-authentic places around town.
• Here is the best Dim Sum in the area.
• This NFL star is stepping off the field and into the kitchen. Meet Tobias Dorzon and his Union Market oyster bar.
Barack Obama’s got an enviable summer reading list. (Washington Post)
How Tangier Island became team Trump. (Politico Magazine)
Mayor Bowser throws Twitter punches at Trump. (DCist)
Take a break…
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