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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…

  • Rose’s Luxury and its chef and owner Aaron Silverman wins all of the awards for the greatest food and environment and everything, ever. (BonAppetit)


  • The ultimate game-changer is coming into play with Uber’s new Corner Store service. You can now ask Uber to bring you things such as “allergy medicine, diapers, toothpaste and over 100 other items through the Uber app”. You never have to leave your house again. (Uber)


  • InTheCapital listed 15 DC Bars you should go to before obnoxious college students (such as myself) and their obnoxious college friends (such as my friends) start to take them over when they go back to school. (InTheCapital)


  • The new Chuck Brown album just dropped, and his memorial park on Franklin Street is supposed to open Friday. Takoma Park, MD sculpter Jackie L. Braitman designed a super cool sculpture with stainless steel, concrete, and an LED display. (CBS)


  • If you want to quit your real-life grown-up job and become a musician, now’s the time to do it. If Justin Trawick, Laura Tsaggaris, and Flex Mathews could do it, then so can you (given you have musical talent). (DCMusicDownload)


  • The Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art and Design is officially shut down and is going to be part of GWU’s campus.(Washingtonian)


  • It’s officially been voted that Bao Bao the Giant Panda cub is the one thing that says “SMITHSONIAN” to people around the country. I can’t fathom how he lost to some of the culture pieces (just kidding Bao Bao is flawless). (Smithsonian)

Photo from the Smithsonian National Zoo Flickr Account

  • Ian MacKaye did an interview with WAMU in April and it’s just now been resurfaced by Bandwidth. If you want to listen to some mind-blowing music genius-ness, listen to Ian MacKaye’s interview. (Bandwidth)