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DC Mayor Fenty Black Friday Advertising Wizard While Supporting Washington in Miami

Updated: November 30, 2009

D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty seemingly spent his Thanksgiving holiday in South Beach as he’s seen here attending a Washington Wizards game in Miami on Friday, November 27, 2009.

And what would Black Friday be without some free advertising for the local DMV economy by Mayor Fenty, a walking billboard for Baltimore-based Under Armour and Fleet Feet, the Columbia Heights Adams Morgan running store owned by his parents.

I certainly hope Mayor Blackberry enjoyed his time down South, although I do understand it was unseasonably cool. I also hope the Mayor was passionately rooting for his hometown Wizards. Although the fact that he appears to be wearing Miami Heat red doesn’t help his cause.

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  • candycane1

    A major contributor to DC’s sports and revenue and the silly mayor couldn’t even show up for that. He is just pityful and I am so sick of him and all of his cronies.

  • candycane1

    Abe deserved much more than Fenty showed him. He’s a disrepsectful rat.
    Rest in Peace Mr. Polin. DC will surely miss you and your generosity.

  • Todd

    18th and Columbia is not Columbia Heights.

  • Damn Todd, you’re completely right. Not sure what I was thinking … as I live in Columbia Heights(/Mt. Pleasant) myself.

    The correction has been made.

  • dchomerule

    I hate to be pedantic but Mt. Pleasant is not an extension of Columbia Heights anymore than Adams Morgan is an extension of Columbia Heights.

  • Well, when you live on 16th street right between the two (like I do), there’s an extension/cusp/gray area that supersedes your pedantic ways.