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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:

  • Armstrong Williams, conservative talk show host, businessman and friend of Ben Carson, is interested in buying City Paper. (via Mother Jones)
  • CAVA has just opened in Union Station, which is perfect if you’re looking to pre-game Thanksgiving with something healthy and non pie related. (via City Paper)

  • If you’re leaving town, consult with WJLA before you hop in that car.
  • For those of us staying in the city, DCMD has a list of all the shows / concerts going on this week.
  • Or you could spend $7 and watch the Redskins play. What a deal. (via Fox5)
  • If you’re looking to do some Black Friday shopping in style, the Westfield Malls in Maryland are offering “Sanity Services” that include gift wrap services, a concierge that can book restaurant reservations for you, designated Uber drops off locations and more. It’s weird. (via press release)

  • Pizzolis Pizzeria is scamming people into thinking their Wiseguy Pizza. I can’t imagine this ending well. (via POPville)
  • Brightwood Park has an Persian restaurant and holy shit how did I not know about this before? (via Post)
  • And speaking of eating out, here are some restaurants to try the next time you’re in Baltimore. Definitely don’t miss out on Clavel. (via Zagat)

  • A “collaborative food hall” (aka Union Market 2.o) is coming to Brookland. (via Eater)
  • We’re the 10th worst place to retire. (via WTOP)

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