Bethesda painter creates ‘driveway gallery' to cheer neighbors during pandemic 

Bethesda painter creates ‘driveway gallery’ to cheer neighbors during pandemic 

Plus: Kefa Café to leave Silver Spring Library location; Chief justice was hospitalized last month after injuring head in fall

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Bethesda painter creates ‘driveway gallery’ to cheer neighbors during pandemic 

Artist Rob Henry has created a mini gallery in his driveway, as he paints artwork for his Bethesda neighborhood to see. [NBC4]

Kefa Café to leave Silver Spring Library location; Bump ’n Grind to take over

Kefa Café will leave its location in the Silver Spring Library and open a café in the new Wheaton Library, while Bump ’n Grind will take over the Silver Spring spot, according to the principals involved. [Source of the Spring]

Chief justice was hospitalized last month after injuring head in fall

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. suffered a fall at the Chevy Chase Club last month that required an overnight stay in the hospital, a Supreme Court spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday night.

The 65-year-old chief justice was taken by ambulance to a hospital after the June 21 incident, which was serious enough to require sutures. He stayed at the hospital overnight for observation and was released the next morning. [Washington Post]

Today’s weather

Partly cloudy, with showers later at night. The high will be around 90 and the low around 73.

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