WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around DC) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy…
- Beverage service start-up Klink is teaming up with Union Kitchen and Crunkcakes in a promotion that will give customers TWO FREE ALCOHOL-INFUSED CUPCAKES with their orders placed between 5 p.m. on Friday and 10 p.m. on Sunday.
- D.C. just got a little more religious… Construction begins tomorrow on a Bible museum near the Capitol. The museum is scheduled to be completed in 2017 and will host a plethora of rare Bible-related texts and artifacts. (via DCist)
- In a miraculous event that reminds those of us who are afraid of heights that there are jobs we simply couldn’t do, three window washers in Bethesda were rescued after unstable scaffolding left them hanging suspended in air. (via WJLA)
- Muriel Bowser pushes for more transparency, as she reverses the encryption of radios used by D.C. Fire and EMS. (via WAMU)
- The Metro tunnels are smoking again… The Court House Metro Station is closed due to a fire. (via WUSA9)
- The mayor is making enemies in the art world by canceling the foundation of the Institute for Contemporary Expression and allegedly blaming it on fundraisers. (via Washington City Paper)
- A D.C. lawyer’s body was identified as the victim of a murder in a hotel on Thomas Circle. (via The Washington Post)