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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 to pay twice as much to look cute at the gym — the D.C. Council voted 9-4 today that the yoga tax will stay in the budget. Bummer. [via WJLA]

  • Chris Brown, who will be heading to D.C. Superior Court for a hearing on Wednesday, is (allegedly) trying to take a plea bargain. If the plea bargain doesn’t go through, he’ll go to court. [via Washington Post]

  • Here’s a map of the most horrible, nightmarish intersections D.C. has to offer. [via Curbed]
  • Speaking of nightmares, the grace period for the new speed cameras around the city is officially over. Tickets start going out today. [via WJLA]

  • Parcel 2, a big entertainment/residential venue in development at The Wharf, has some cool new concept art. There’s a sunset and a pool. And books. [via UrbanTurf]
  • A new report released today confirmed that the gap between rich and poor in D.C. is widening. The median income per household dropped 8.5% between 2007 and 2012. Everyone has less money — well, except the people who have money. [via Washington Post]

  • Local universities are pledging to switch over to solar power. American University, George Washington University, and GWU Hospital will buy 52 megawatts of solar power, in increments, over the next two decades. [via Washington Post]