WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around D.C.) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy.
- Jessica Sidman’s last column is all about what it’s like to be a food writer. (via City Paper)
- JetBlue has placed a vending machine full of free children’s books in Anacostia. (via DCist)
- Eatsa, a San Francisco based fast casual joint that involves quinoa bowls and automated ordering is coming to D.C. Now you can get lunch without having to interact with a single human. Neat. (via Borderstan)
- A musician sued Metro for the ability to play near Metro stations and won. (via Post)
- Alfie’s in Park View is about to be replaced by a po’boy shop. I’m down with that. (via City Paper)
- Remember the Checkers that just closed on 14th and Maryland? It’s being replaced by a Chick-fil-a. RIP curly fries. (via POPville)
- D.C.’s permitting system is super fucked. (via WAMU)