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The annotated bibliography is about building the rooftop amenities on an observation tower, including bungee jumping, putt-putt course and tiki bar.
Annotated Bibliography
Students are to write a bibliography that has 3 annotations.
▪MLA rules of citation.
▪Formal rules of writing apply.
Each annotation should be 4-5 sentences and at least 120 words.
Websites (e.g. Pro-Con.org or ESPN.com) will ​not​ be accepted unless you receive the instructor’s permission in advance. Online articles from reputable newspapers and magazines are of course acceptable.

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July 18, 2019
Annotated Bibliography

Hahn, Fritz. “Looking for D.C.’s Hottest rooftop Bar Scene? Head to the Wharf”. The Washington Post. 3 May 2019
Bars overlooking the water have always been an attraction in D.C. — why else would people go to Washington Harbour? — and the Wharf has been adding more and more rooftop options. The InterContinental Hotel’s 12 Stories rooftop lounge opened earlier this month. A few days later, Officina’s rooftop Terrace Bar hosted its first DJ-fueled weekend day party. This week, the Anthem announced the return of its Marquee Bar, which is open to the public on nights when there’s no concert.

Add those to the four rooftops already along the waterfront, including the popular Cantina Bambina, which isn’t quite a rooftop bar but still offers drinks over the water, and there’s a scene that few D.C. neighborhoods can match. Here’s where to go. The newest rooftop lounge at the Wharf has a pedigree: It’s part of the Gerber Group, whose international portfolio of penthouse-level hotel bars includes the acclaimed Whiskey Blue in Atlanta and Mr. Purple in New York City. It’s no wonder everything seems so meticulously planned (Hahn).
Kohler, Jeremy. “Buyer Swoops in to Save Tower Tee Sports Complex”. St. Louis Post-Dispatch 21 May 2019

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