The Night Note: 10/15/10

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By Brendan Williams-Kief
|  Thursday, Oct 21, 2010  |  Updated 4:21 PM EDT
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CLARENDON RESTAURANT TO BE FEATURED ON SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
ARLNow: "What better imagery to air during a Washington Redskins game than a restaurant that’s in the midst of a “Bacon Week.”

Clarendon’s 3 Restaurant reported on its Twitter feed today that an NBC Sports camera crew was filming b-roll around the restaurant this afternoon. The footage is expected to air during Sunday night’s game between the ‘Skins and the Indianapolis Colts.

The game will include a tribute to the late “Grandpa Hogette” Ralph Campbell, one of the co-founders of the Washington Redskins Hogettes, who was buried at Arlington National Cemetery last week."

THIRSTY TURTLE PREVIOUSLY CITED, FINED FOR ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS
WTOP: "The Thirsty Turtle has been slapped with $8,000 in fines for liquor code violations in the last three years and is facing additional citations for serving alcohol to minors following Tuesday's stabbing of four young men in College Park.

A review of Prince George's County Liquor Control Board documents confirmed that the Baltimore Avenue restaurant and bar has outstripped three other establishments operating in the downtown College Park area in liquor code citations."

WALTER REED SITE PLANS GOING ONLINE
Washington Examiner: "Hundreds of residents flooded a conference hall Thursday night at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Northwest Washington to get their questions answered about what’s in store for the site after personnel is relocated to Bethesda.

The 160-page site plan will be posted online here. The D.C. Office the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development is posting the plan in increments, beginning Friday."

SIXTH GRADES IN LIMBO IN BETHESDA, CHEVY CHASE
The Gazette: "Depending on where sixth-graders in Bethesda and Chevy Chase go to school, they may be learning a foreign language, doing science experiments in laboratories and, some parents think, taking in the full middle school experience.

Chevy Chase and North Chevy Chase elementary schools are the only in the county school system that include sixth grade. But those sixth grades are not the same as those in the halls at the cluster's Westland Middle School, some parents say. At North Chevy Chase, for example, there are no science labs or language classes."

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