WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around DC) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy.
- IT’S WARM TODAY! And it’s going to be warm and sunny ALL WEEKEND! (Weather)
- Dry Bars are becoming a thing everywhere and the very first dry bar in DC is here and opening on Saturday. All through opening weekend you can get $25 blo outs, and go up to $40 on Monday. On top of that, the Blo Blow Dry Bar is donating 25% of every styling service FOR THE WHOLE FIRST WEEK to the human society. So you can look good and feel good because you’re doing good things. PUPPIES! (Racked)
BONUS: Whitney Port is hosting their VIP opening tomorrow at 6pm, SO even if you are not VIP you can grab an instagram of your favorite City girl.
- The founder of the Westboro Baptist Church died. While it would be ironic to make a scene about this, I’m not sure an excessive amount of tears will be shed. (NPR)
- 8-year-old Relisha Tenau Rudd is missing in DC. She was staying at a homeless shelter and now they don’t know where she went. An Amber Alert was just sent out for her but keep your eyes peeled, friends. (DCist)
- The good news is that the Metro is suspending track work during the Cherry Blossom Festival from March 22-April 13. So that’s one less thing we all have to worry about. (WTOP)
- Mayor Gray said even if he does legitimately get in trouble he’s still not stepping down. I’m not entirely sure if this is a good call on his part since people are going to be super pissed off, but whatever. You do you, mayor. (WashingtonCityPaper)