As he wished, shadow senator candidate Pete Ross was sentenced to jail today — a one-day sentence which is now underway. That, Tim Craig reports at D.C. Wire, is somewhat less than the 90 days Ross wanted. But even such a modest statement of high principle/political stunt has its price: According to DCist’s Martin Austermuhle, Magistrate Judge Frederick J. Sullivan told Ross a jail stay costs $125 a night.
In other news:
Ray’s the Steaks at East River is back. But is it better? (Young & Hungry)
Many graphs and numbers say what I know to be true: The fastest way to get around downtown is with a bike (GGW)
N Street Village expands into newly renovated Logan Circle building (WBJ)
Remember, all that Adams Morgan streetscape work has an upside (TBD)