DC News You Can (Maybe) Use
kaylee | Jan 11, 2017 | 3:00PM |

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

  • A driver kills a pedestrian every four days in the D.C. area. Now I feel so much more anxious about jaywalking. (via GGW)
  • Getting into the Hirshhorn’s Kusama exhibition is going to require times tickets, just like the African American History Musuem. I wonder if they’ll just let me move into one of the infinity rooms forever? (via Post)

  • The Mall is getting cell phone towers and porta potties just in time for the inauguration. (via NBC)
  • Speaking of that cursed day, some D.C. residents are getting as far away from the inauguration as they possibly can. (via Post)
  • Also, Planned Parenthood is hosting a free concert the night before the inauguration but no one knows how to get tickets. (via City Paper)

  • D.C. is looking into creating more public bathrooms for homeless people. (via City Paper)
  • And NYT has a primer for those of us going to the Women’s March next weekend. (via NYT)
  • This man has been taking pictures of D.C.’s architecture for three decades. (via NBC)

  • Speaking of food, there’s a new Ethiopian restaurant in Shaw! Yay food! (via POPville)
  • Red Apron Burger Bar is bringing eight previously unavailable beers to D.C. and we could not be more excited. (via City Paper)

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