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WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around D.C.) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy.

  • The Science Club is closing after ten years. RIP. (via Borderstan)
  • Will Metro get worse before it get’s better? Yeah, probably. (via Washington Post)
  • Speaking of Metro, there are so many people to blame for it’s shortcomings it’s not even funny anymore. (via WAMU)


  • There’s another baby eagle on the D.C. eagle cam. Close whatever spreadsheet you’re in and open up this instead. (via NPR)
  • If you’re the kind of alcoholic who can’t stand drinking alone, get excited because bar crawls are back, but this time with way more rules. (via City Paper)
  • City Paper has a lot of new ideas for the National Building Museum. I for one would love to see more giant jello pools in this city. (via City Paper)


  • So far, it looks like D.C. is going to have less homicides in 2016 than in 2015. We’re always pro less murder. (via Washington Post)
  • Bardo Brewpub’s liquor license was rejected, so don’t expect to party it up there anytime soon. (via WBJ)


  • People are still talking about PJ Harvey’s “Community of Hope” so here are a bunch of other songs about gentrification in D.C., in case you want to create a really depressing Spotify playlist. (via Washingtonian)
  • The S&R Foundation is giving away free studio space for local artists. (via DC Music Download)


  • This is exactly what Q-Tip should do with his new Kennedy Center position. (via Bandwidth)
  • Surprise! The Starbucks Cherry Blossom drink does not taste like flower petals! (via Washingtonian)
  • Songbyrd has a new menu and is now doing delivery. What a time to be alive. (via POPville)