WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around DC) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy.
- The plot thickens and CVS has dropped the ID requirement to purchase nail polish remover. Recently, there was a ban on anyone under the age of 18 being able to buy nail polish remover as it has been used to make meth. (via NBC Washington)
- Sometimes the world isn’t such a terrible place. Someone graffitied the 15th Street Bike Track with nice little inspirational messages. Check out the photos here or go biking there yourself in this amazing fall-like weather. (via DCist)
- 30 chicken skeletons in transit from China have been destroyed in the Port of Baltimoreas they may “post a potential threat the United States poultry industry.” Avian flu, anyone? (via Huffington Post)
- National Zoo’s panda, Mei Xiang might be pregnant, according to NBC Washington. The only cool thing about that is more adorable baby pandas to see.
- Over 1,000 dead fish were found in the pond at the National Mall. But, apparently, it’s nothing to worry about. It seems a little worrisome to me, but what do I know? (via NBC Washington)
- The Washington Post debunks the idea that the government controls the weather. I didn’t even know that was a conspiracy theory… (via Washington Post)