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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…

  • Protests continued last night over the no indictments for the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. The protestors shut down part of the 14th Street Bridge and headed towards the Wilson Building and DC Police headquarters. [via CityPaper]


  • Protestors also walked along 17th Street NW today. [via Washington Post]
  • An explanation of why protesters are allow to block roads. [via WAMU]


  • Marion Barry’s processional moved around southeast DC today. Tonight there will be a community memorial service for him. Tomorrow, Barry’s official memorial service will be held at the Convention Center. [via CBSDC]
  • A portion of L Street by the Convention Center will be closed for Barry’s service. Streets will also be closed for funeral procession after the service. [via Washington Post]
  • Mayor Gray has declared today Ebola Awareness Day. [via NBCWashington]
  • A developer wants to close part of Interstate 395 for over a year. [via Washington Post]


  • DC’s bureaucracy is creating headaches for local breweries. [via WAMU]


  • RightRides will be offering free rides for women and LGBTQ people on New Year’s Day in Northwest and Northeast DC. [via DCist]