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WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around D.C.) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy…

  • Architect firms brainstormed what D.C. would look like in 2050 without considering price or zone and height requirements. Ideas include a paddle share program and iceskating on the dome of the Capital building. (via Washingtonian)


  • The Red Line returned to computer-driven trains this morning for the first time since 2009. (via Greater Greater Washington)
  • Candidates running for the Ward 4 seat on the D.C. council will debate tonight at Petworth Citizen. (via City Paper)


  • A four-year-old breached White House security on Sunday by crawling underneath the security barriers. (via Post)
  • The National Building Museum will host BEACH, a recreation of a beach-side scene made with recyclable plastic balls, this summer. (via DCist)
  • The Metro is in debt, but it’s not nearly as bad as other large transport agencies in the country. (via WAMU)
  • Nationals left fielder Jayson Werth was reinstated from the disabled list, and will reappear for the team’s series against the Red Sox. (via NBC Washington)


  • Six people were injured yesterday after a car drove crashed into Napoleon Bakery in Annandale. (via WUSA)
  • The International Spy Museum released plans to move to its new building in L’Enfant Plaza within the next two years. (via Washington Business Journal)