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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.

  • The Mayor has released police body cam footage for the very first time. (via City Paper)
  • Montgomery County students are going to have a day off of school for Eid al-Adha next year. That’s nice. (via Montgomery County)
  • Chef R.J. Cooper is leaving Rogue 24 and moving to Charlotte. (via Washington Post)
  • A spice shop is coming to Atlantic Plumbing. I wonder how long it is until someone tries to steal all the saffron? (via Borderstan)


  • The streetcar is in it’s final testing phrase, but don’t get your hopes up because more likely than not it will catch on fire before anyone has a chance to ride it. (via DCist)
  • According to marijuana advocates, D.C. needs dispensaries. (via WTOP)
  • Speaking of the devil’s lettuce, dispensaries really want to open up here. (via WBJ)


  • Fig & Olive is having a rough year. City Paper just uncovered that the restaurant uses pre-made meals. Like fancy lean cuisines! (via City Paper)
  • The Federal Transit Administration wants Metro to stop sucking so hard. (via Washington Post)


  • DC Music Download ranks the best concert photos of the year and, as you can imagine, it’s real photogenic. (via DC Music Download)
  • Babe City has moved to Fort Totten. Good for them (via Bandwidth)
  • This New Year’s Eve will be the last one for Den of Thieves. (via Washington Post)