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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…

  • The Orioles-White Sox game tomorrow will be closed to the public. (via Twitter)
  • Crumbs & Whiskers, our city’s first cat cafe, is basically hiring unpaid interns. At least you get to play with kitties? (via DCist)


  • Metro will not be finished extending the silver line to Dulles by 2018 (their original projected date). Is anyone surprised? Anyone? (via City Paper)
  • Speaking of Metro, is it really as bad as we think it is? (probably) (via The Post)


  • This cool graph measures the walkability of each Metro stop. (via Greater Greater Washington)
  • Empire (the venue, not the TV show) is closing its doors May 5th. Looks like you’ll have to go somewhere else to see a metal show. (via WAMU)


  • Are you sad Jim Vance isn’t going to co-anchor WRC’s 11 p.m. newscast? You’re not alone, the Foo Fighters are sad too. (via DCist)
  • If you want to eat a burger at every Metro stop, then boy does Thrillist have a map for you. Please do not try and eat them all in one day (or even one week), because that would be terrible. (via Thrillist)


  • A Senate staffer has apparently imported drugs from China. He then planned to exchange them for sexual favors. I don’t even know what to say. (via City Paper)
  • Two neighbors in Chevy Chase have been fighting over their shared driveway for YEARS. Whatever you’re thinking, it’s even weirder than that. (via DCist)