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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:

  • Georgetown is the next in line to get a Trader Joe’s. (via DCist)
  • WTOP explores the legal loophole that created our weed “gifting” scene. (via WTOP)
  • Despite neighborhood protests, the Soviet Safeway is going to get beer and wine anyway. (via Post)

  • The Avalon Theatre and Josh Levin, owner of the old West End Cinema, are suing Landmark. Bring back the old West End Cinema. (via WBJ)
  • This is what it’s like to have dinner with Chef Kwame Onwuachi and his family. (via City Paper)
  • The Post has a new list for the 10 best bars in D.C. and they don’t care if you disagree. (via Post)

  • For a cool $9.9 million, you too can be neighbors with the Obamas. (via Curbed)
  • Our favorite entry from City Paper’s You’re So D.C. If…: “You refuse to go to a museum that requires paid admission, but you’re more than willing to purchase an $18 cocktail.”
  • The Post asked tour guides how their jobs have changed since the election and it’s a real bummer.

  • The District is getting 10 new murals and here’s where you can scope ’em out. (via DCist)
  • Phillips Seafood is taking over the old Tortilla Coast in Logan Circle and no one but Phillips Seafood is happy. (via WBJ)
  • WAMU has some good reasons why D.C. should host Amazon’s HQ2… and some reasons why we shouldn’t.
  • Happy 150th anniversary Howard University! (via Afro)