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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:

  • Giant panda Tian Tian is feeling horny and I can’t stop laughing. (via DCist)
  • Some firefighters rescued a cat that was stuck in a tree because TV really is real life. (via NBC)
  • Kwame Onwuachi has kind of sort of broken his silence and admitted is planning two new restaurants, one a fast casual spot and the other will focus on modern American fair. No one knows if they’re going to be located in D.C., but considering we’re essentially the fast casual capital of the world, I think there’s a pretty good chance. (via DCist)

  • D.C.’s sandwhich scene is truly overwhelming. (via Washingtonian)
  • And Eatsa is getting sued for not being accessible for the blind. (via Eater)
  • A bonkers huge Mexican restaurant is coming to Adams Morgan. (via POPville)

  • There have been a lot of social media posts about D.C.’s missing teens… but what’s the actual truth? (via NBC)
  • Also, the Post argues that this new torrent of social media interest in missing teens is a good thing.
  • Bullfrog Bagel has it’s very own bar and if that means I can get drunk and eat bagels at the same time I’m in. (via City Paper)

  • For the first time, everyone in Ballou high school’s senior class has applied to college. (via Post)
  • Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum has a new exhibit that focuses on the lives and art of local latinx. (via Post)
  • Speaking of art, the Mosaic Theater is going to start doing musicals. (via DC Theatre Scene)
  • And Theater J has announced their next season. (via DC Theater Scene)