Thursday May 16
In DC, Maine lobster rolls a lunch truck favorite
The Red Hook Lobster Pound DC food truck welcomes hundreds of customers during lunch at Farragut Square, in Washington D.C., on Friday.
Sun May 12, 2013
Food truck reform an all-or-nothing proposition for D.C. Council
When it comes to the mayor's proposed food truck regulations, D.C. Council members are in a bind: They can only vote yes or no.
Fri May 10, 2013
The Huffington Post
Daniel Marans: Fix the Debt Flashmob Participants Oppose Social Security Cuts
Fix the Debt did a dance flash mob in Farragut Square in downtown Washington, D.C., around noon on Friday.
DC Council debates food truck regulations today
WASHINGTON , May 10, 2013 - Washington DC Food Trucks may get the boot today if new regulations are approved by the DC City Council.
Thu May 09, 2013
The Washington Post
D.C. plans more than 150 central locations for food trucks
Hoping to fend off the argument that the District's proposed street-vending regulations would squash the local food-truck scene, directors of two city agencies plan Friday to identify more than 150 prime locations for mobile vendors in the Central Business District.
GHEI: A food fight over food trucks
The battle to regulate upstart food-truck entrepreneurs in Washington might be coming to a head.
Wed May 08, 2013
The Washington Post
Tom Sietsema: Daikaya succeeds with ramen house, izakaya under one roof
It took four years, but Daisuke Utagawa, the co-owner of Sushiko in Washington and Chevy Chase, has finally re-created the democratic dining spots of his native Tokyo with the introduction of two restaurants under one roof in Chinatown.
Sherwood: Insight Into Ongoing Gray Investigation
A group of Native Americans are arguing against the name and want the team to lose trademark protection, which doesn't cover disparaging names.
Mon May 06, 2013
D.C. food trucks' protest leaves folks hungry
Anastasia Dent rode a light-blue bicycle into Farragut Square in Northwest on Monday afternoon to meet a friend and try the fare of one of the nearly 20 food trucks that lined the perimeter of the park.
Food Truck Stunt Aims to Demonstrate What D.C. Could Be Without Them
Food trucks are going on their version of a hunger strike today to protest proposed mobile vending regulations .
Sun Apr 21, 2013
We Are Going to Be Everywhere
The U.S. Treasury was today renamed "A Citigroup Subsidiary, Jack Lew, Inc. CEO," as Robin Hood and a merry band of 2,000 hoisted a banner with the Treasury building as backdrop on the corner of 15th St.