WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around DC) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy.
- A DC scholarship program, the Tuition Assistance Grant, which provides up to $10,000 a year to students who attend school outside of the district cannot account for millions of dollars. Damn. (via Washington Post)
- A community garden off of H Street could be paved over and turned into a parking lot. Counting Crows warned us this would happen. (via City Paper)
- A bunch of pinball machines that used to be apart of the National Pinball Museum are going to be up for auction this week. If you buy one, make sure it isn’t haunted. No one wants to relive that Are You Afraid of the Dark episode. (via WTOP)
- The Corcoran is being devoured by GW and a lot of the staff and students are understandably upset. Here’s a docent’s perspective on the whole thing. (via DC Docent)
- Maryland drivers are not paying their DC parking tickets. As someone who grew up in MD, I am not at all surprised. (via DCist)