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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…

  • No one really knows if you can vape on the metro. It’s complicated. (via DCist)

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  • Speaking of smoking, a D.C. man cannot smoke cigarettes, or weed, in his house due to a temporary injunction in a suit filed by the man’s neighbors. The neighbors claim that his smoking is harming their newborn. I don’t even know what to say. (via WJLA)
  • Black Cat cares about you and your concert experience, so they’re moving up the start times for weeknight shows. Doors will now open at 7:30pm, instead of 8pm, which should allow people enough time to see the entire show before dashing to catch the last metro. (via the Post)

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  • A new shelter in the city is planning to cater specifically to transgender youth. Excellent. (via the Post)
  • There’s also a new documentary coming out about a gay and transgender African American gang living and surviving in D.C. The doc is almost complete, but they still need some funding to finish editing. Also, Steve Buscemi is producing. (via Indiegogo)

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  • David Combs is retiring Spoonboy. The final show will be on June 4th. Bummer. (via City Paper)
  • The Cat Cafe, Crumbs & Whiskers, reached it’s original kickstarter goal in 24 hours. I guess we really love cats in D.C. (via Washingtonian)

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  • D.C. Police are expanding their body camera program. As POPville would say, props to the cops. (via WAMU)

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