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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:

  • Say goodbye to the Black Cat you know and love. The 14th Street venue is getting a third level and plans to lease out the first floor space. (via Urban Turf)

  • D.C. students want local universities to declare themselves sanctuary schools. (via City Paper)
  • More noose news. (via WTOP)
  • With the Obama family and the Trump family, Parking problems in Kalorama have reached a fever pitch. (via Post)

  • Metro is calling SafeTrack a success even as repair work soldiers on. (via WAMU)
  • Take a look at D.C.’s newest recording studio, Ivakota. (via DCMD)
  • David Lynch is opening a meditation center in Capitol Hill because David Lynch does whatever he wants. (via Washingtonian)

  • Dive deep into the history of Cleveland Park’s surprisingly cute strip mall. (via GGW)
  • And while you’re learning about the regions strip malls, familiarize yourself with the Washington Color School. (via City Paper)
  • Speaking of art, The Post highlights all of the best art exhibitions popping up this summer.
  • On this beautiful WWDC day we wonder, is Carnegie Library actually the perfect place for an Apple Store? (via CityLab)