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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:

  • After tons of renovation, the first dino fossil has returned to the Natural History Museum. (via Post)
  • If you’re confused and lost while walking through through The Wharf, no worries, it was built like that on purpose! (via City Paper)

  • The Museum of the Bible opens on Friday and WAMU has some info on what to expect.
  • GGW is creating a Metro performance database and they need your help.
  • After being threatened with a lawsuit, DCistNow.com has become TheDistrictNOW.com (via Washingtonian)
  • Here are more thoughts on LaHood’s transportation analysis. Look, at this point, I don’t even understand what’s happening anymore. (via WAMU)

  • Ian Svenonius talks about Chain & the Gang’s new album, Experimental Music with Bandcamp.
  • Craving something sweet and rich? Here are the best places to go in the city. (via Eater)
  • Looking for something more savory? These are some of the best Japanese restaurants in D.C. (via Zagat)

  • A woman climbed through the drive thru of a McDonalds in Howard County to steal shit. I mean… I guess that’s an option? (via WTOP)
  • An 11-bedroom rowhouse just went on the market in Petworth. I didn’t even know they made them that big. (via Urban Turf)
  • A huge igloo is coming to City Center. I don’t know what’s happening anymore. (via WJLA)

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