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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.

  • Get ready for some serious rain, people. Our favorite weather people, the Capital Weather Gang, are anticipating a bad flood Tuesday and Wednesday. Like a six inch flood. (via Capital Weather Gang)
  • The Phantom Planter is back. (via Washington Post)
  • Maryland and Media Rights Capital have finally reached an agreement. Media Rights Capital will receive $11.5 million, which means House of Cards gets to stay in MD. I guess this means I can go back to stalking Kevin Spacey from the comfort of my home town. (via WAMU)
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  • It only takes one stroll down H Street to realize how much DC has changed in the last couple of years, but pictures help. (via Washington Post)
  • Washington City Paper breaks down the confusing, and unknown, fate of the Corcoran. (via Washington City Paper). “Although Washingtonians know almost nothing about the details of the agreement, the framework put forward so far is one that betrays the long legacy of the Corcoran, which can do better (and has survived worse),” said Kriston Capps. (via Washington City Paper)
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  • According to DCist, the streetcars may be open by summer, but I won’t believe anyone until I’m actually on one. (via DCist)
  • NW DC residents (unsurprisingly) do not support having a lottery-based school system. Speaking of DC schools, in the wake of Relisha Rudd’s disappearance, we’ve also finally realized we have a truancy problem. (via Washington Post)
  • Today is the last day for us all to see the dinosaur fossils in the lobby of the Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum. The exhibit will be closed for five years after today, but when it reopens in 2019 there will be an awesome new T. Rex exhibit, so I guess it’s okay. (via NPR)
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