Breakfast links: DC’s nightlife faces more restrictions
Breakfast links DC’s nightlife faces more restrictions



DC imposes additional restrictions on bars, restaurants

After a weekend where patrons continued to jam bars and restaurants despite warnings about COVID-19, the District clamped down on restrictions that limit the number of patrons and ensure new rules on social distancing can actually be met.  (Martin Austermuhle, Rachel Sadon / WAMU)

Region’s houses of worship adapt to coronavirus

The region’s houses of worship are trying to walk the line between business as usual and avoiding the spread of disease, as COVID-19 cases continue to climb. Some are cancelling their services altogether, while others are taking new precautions to keep congregants safe.  (Daniella Cheslow / WAMU)

Montgomery County halts evictions to prevent displacement

Late last week, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office suspended all eviction orders for 15 days to prevent renters who are unable to work from being displaced. The DC Council will consider similar legislation this week.  (Nena Perry-Brown / UrbanTurf)

The coronavirus hasn’t affected the region’s real estate market – for now

The public health emergency has yet to cool the region’s hot real estate market, where demand is still high and supply is still low. However, realtors are keeping an eye on market trends and are taking safety precautions.  (Nena Perry-Brown / UrbanTurf)

Metro curtails parking at three Orange Line stations

On Sunday, Metro reduced parking at the East Falls Church, West Falls Church, and Vienna stations to make room for construction equipment as the agency prepares to start rebuilding the station platforms on May 23.  (Justin George / Post)

MoCo residents voice their concern over BRT changes

As Montgomery County plans to restructure nine Ride On routes along Route 29 to accommodate a new bus rapid transit line, local residents are worried that the changes will lead to less frequent or convenient service for them.  (Katherine Shaver / Post)

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