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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:

  • Vice is trying their hand at creating a D.C. based reality TV show and it’s looking for politically passionate people from the ages of 18 to 45. I can’t wait to watch this crash and burn like all the others that came before it. (via DCist)

  • Greater Greater Washington takes you through time, looking at how segregation shaped the neighborhoods we live in today.
  • It’s a bad time to be a Metro driver. (via DCist)
  • Also, there’s a fake Foggy Bottom metro stop in Georgia that the military and first responders use for training and it’s spooky. (via Atlas Obscura)

  • Speaking of Metro, Virginia Govenor McAuliffe calls Governor Hogans bluff when it comes to funding Metro. Back to the drawing board it is. (via Post)
  • Kramerbooks is starting a series of book clubs, including a politics club, a women authors club and a staff picks club.
  • Tim Carmen returns to old favorites like Panda Gourmet and the Florida Avenue Grill to make sure they’re still up to snuff. (via Post)

  • And while we’re talking about food, spend some time reading about the story behind Clarendon’s Nam Viet. (via City Paper)
  • Virginia has a oyster trail that would be the perfect complement to your wine trail. (via DC Refined)
  • Today is the last day to order the Jim Vance steak special at the Camelot Showbar. You know, the strip club. (City Paper)