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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 city is going to have to cough up a ton of money to keep the DC United stadium out of the burbs because no one wants to drive to Loudon County –wherever the hell that is. (via Marketwatch)
  • Thousands of NW residents lost power last night on one of the hottest days of the summer, of course. (via WUSA)
  • After a 50 year embargo, the Cuban embassy reopens today. Thanks Obama. #Change. (via WSVN)
  • You can get a free milkshake at Melt Shop today…you’re welcome. (via CityPaper)
  • Who knows how Maryland will come up with the extra 200 million or so dollars to fund the purple line, but Larry Hogan is sporting a purple tie in this photo so that’s got to be good, right? (via WaPo)
  • Weed aficionados get that hydroponic system in order, the DC state fair is having a “best bud” competition. (via DCist)
  • In some heartwarming news: Stephen Strasburg reads to local children at the Anacostia Library… (via WUSA)
  • …and a kitten survives hours trapped in a PG county car engine. (via WaPo)