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WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around DC) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy.

  • Apparently a car crashed into Bohemian Caverns last night. (via Popville)
  • THEN, a garbage truck overturned on the beltway and the garbage spilled all over this guy’s car. Gross. (via NBC Washington)
  • AND a candy company co-owner and 7th richest woman in the world was involved in a fatal accident. Come on people, control your vehicles! (via Washington Post)
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  • Some guy decided to mow the lawn outside the Lincoln Memorial. That’s what I call patriotism. (via Buzzfeed)
  • There’s a cranberry bog at Union Station. It’s unclear whether or not you can stomp around barefoot in it, which is all I really care about doing. (via DCist)
  • Janet Yellen could become the first female chief of the U.S. central bank. Girl power! (via Washington Post)
  • Furloughed employees and their significant others are starting to suffer the consequences of getting to spend so much time together. (via Washington Post)
  • Good deeds in the world: a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial has been set up Georgetown University for free. (via Georgetowner)
  • Here’s a list of the most dangerous DC metro stations, starting with Brookland. It’s mainly based off theft of things like cell phones and bikes, so like, just don’t let you stuff get stolen. (via Washington Post)
  • If you need something to do in DC with everything being shutdown, check out this map of DC’s public art. (via Curbed)