DC News You Can (Maybe) Use
stephanie | Feb 8, 2012 | 4:00PM | Uncategorized

Where we talk about stuff (happening in and around D.C.) we didn’t write about but is still something you may care to get all riled about and comment on. So, without further ado – today, in other DC media sources:

  • Possibly the best D.C. news ever: the Nationals are holding auditions for their racing presidents. Act fast–you’ve only got until Friday to submit your cover letter, resume, and photo. Well? Get on it. (via Prince of Petworth)

    (Scott Ableman / flickr / http://www.flickr.com/photos/ableman/6118175508/)
  • New D.C. music initiative Listen Local First just started a Kickstarter to get area musicians into this year’s SXSW. (+ info on Local Music Night, which just so happens to be tonight.) (via We Love DC)
  • The latest in Eisenhower Memorial news: “theme-park architecture” allegedly falls short less than a month before the planning committee must make a decision. (via HuffPost DC)
  • Looking for something sweet on Valentine’s Day? D.C. is home to some fantastic (and creative) chocolatiers and now you can find them all with this handy guide to gourmet chocolate in the District. (via TBD)

    (Photo: Joshua Yospyn/TBD)
  • What does D.C. look like through a native’s eyes? Photographer/Washington native Marvin Joseph crafts a visual valentine to our city. (via Washington Post)
  • Immigration is up in the suburbs but not in D.C. itself. City Paper’s got the stats and why the city is missing out. (viaWashington City Paper)
  • A mess in the kitchen? Here are nine essential tips to help out your cooking in 1789-style. (via Refinery 29 DC)
  • And finally, real estate/reality tv mogul Donal Trump just won the rights to redevelop Pennsylvania Avenue’s Old Post Office Pavilion, with a plan to build a hotel with at least 250 rooms. (via HuffPost DC)
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