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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.

  • Metro was on fire yesterday. This is our life now. (via WTOP)


  • The D.C. Department of Health really wants pot to be legal. (via WAMU)
  • Virginia is the most patriotic state in the country. Whatever that means. (via WalletHub)
  • Alfie’s chef Alex McCoy is juggling a million new restaurant concepts at once. (via City Paper)
  • Speaking of food, so many restaurants opened this month. (via Post)
  • The good people at Eater tried Burger King’s Mac N’ Cheetos. This is it. Mankind has officially gone too far and we deserve whatever happens to us. (via Eater)


  • If that fire at Gallery Place wasn’t bad enough… a suspicious package shutdown streets near Chinatown. (via DCist)
  • The Hirshhorn has put out an open call for local female musicians for a performance art project. It sounds like it’s going to be cool and weird. (via Hirshhorn)
  • Although it feels like most of our city is falling apart, N street has new bike lanes. So that’s fun. (via Greater Greater Washington)