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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…

  • D.C. Council member David Grosso is introducing a new bill this Monday to ban schools from suspending or expelling pre-K students. [via Washington Post]
  • Crumbs Bake Shop lives! It will continue to operate under a group of investors, including Dippin’ Dots owner Marcus Lemonis. [via WJLA]

  • Walk-up windows are becoming “a thing.” [via Zagat]
  • A federal judge in Maryland ruled last week that the Court will call the Redskins “The Washington Team” from now on. [via Washington Post]
  • According to WJLA, the World Cup caused some D.C. bars’ profits to jump by almost 150 percent.

  • Lost Rhino Brewing Company just released a beer made with yeast swabbed from a 35 million year old whale corpse fossil. [via Young & Hungry]
  • Regulations for ridesharing apps are being put on hold until fall. Until they’re squared away, Council member Mary Cheh is telling everyone to stick to taxis. [via WAMU]

  • Congress members seem to have found a hobby in editing Wikipedia entries. [via DCist]
  • A report by the National Conference on Citizenship and Serve DC shows that, while D.C. residents are good at talking about politics, volunteering, and commenting in online forums, we’re not so hot at befriending our neighbors. [via DCist]

  • Apparently, New Hampshire doesn’t have to accept D.C. licenses. [via DCist]