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By Brahma Chellaney
Beijing's creeping aggression signals a challenge to U.S. presence in the Asian Pacific
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Topic - Andrew Feffer
The place was packed. The sidewalk, too. On a recent evening, the patrons at Justin's Cafe looked like an extension of the crowd at nearby Nationals Park, where the surging Washington Nationals were playing the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Ripples from the Nats' hot streak have improved TV ratings and season-ticket sales.
"We're big patrons of Subway and Potbelly around here," Mr. Feffer said with a laugh.
"The thought was that when the ballpark was built, the development in the surrounding neighborhood would coincide with the beginning years of the park," said Andrew Feffer, chief operating officer of the Washington Nationals.