WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around D.C.) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy:
- You can now order and pay for McDonalds with your phone because THE FUTURE IS HERE. (via NBC)
- We don’t deserve Bei Bei.
— National Zoo (@NationalZoo) April 26, 2017
- Here are the D.C. area companies that would be most affected by Trump’s tax reform. (via WBJ)
- Speaking of taxes, it looks like a region wide sales tax might be the best way to get Metro the funds it needs. (via Post)
- Speaking of Metro, they denied over 500 absence requests for Friday. If you thought today’s Metro commute was bad, I have a feeling tomorrow might be even worse. (via ABC)
- The Washington Antiquarian Book Fair is bringing a whole host of rare books to the Sphinx Club. (via WTOP)
- City Paper created a venn diagram to highlight all of the fast casual spots Philly, D.C. and NYC have in common.
- The Queen Vic was hit by a group of dine-and-dashers who took off with plates covered in food. (via DCist)
- A 15-year-old girl has been arrested for burglarizing three NW houses and to be honest I’m kind of impressed… (via Post)
- Kit and Ace is closing all of their D.C. locations. We’ll miss you technical cashmere. (via WBJ)