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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…

  • The Post has a neat series about Washington’s different social spheres, from art and tech to the Hill, and our very own Svetlana is the feature of today’s video. (via Post)

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  • An envelope that was mailed to the White House on Monday tested positive for cyanide. (via NBC News)


  • D.C. Public Schools now have an overall four-year graduation rate of 58%, up only 2% from 2013. (via Greater Greater Washington)


  • A person was struck by a Green Line train at Greenbelt Station, causing delays in both directions. (via NBC Washington)
  • The British are here! Prince Charles and his wife Camilla are spending day one of their 48 hour visit to D.C. with the regular tourist activities, including sight-seeing at the National Mall. (via Post)


  • The Tyler Clementi Higher Education Anti-Harassment Act, named after the Rutgers student who committed suicide in 2010, was reintroduced to Congress. (via Blade)
  • Dacha Beer Garden says hasta la vista to porta-potties, and reopens tomorrow with real toilets. (via City Paper)



  • Bike to Work Day registration has started. (via DCist)


  • A D.C. pastor and police officer is charged with sexually abusing a teenager girl that attended his church. (via WJLA)
  • The third Sharknado film, which features DC being invaded by the infamous shark tornados, is set to premiere July 22. (via NBC Washington)