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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.


  • Taije Chambliss, a 13 year old who was shot over the weekend, has been released from the hospital. (via DCist)
  • Ray’s Hell Burger may not be coming to D.C. after all. (via WBJ)
  • People spend hundreds of dollars to go on a glorified picnic with strangers. At least the photos look good? (via City Paper)


  • A Washington Blade editorial declares, “We are not going back to being the murder capital.” (via Washington Blade)
  • Our very own Rocklands was ranked on a list for best ribs in the U.S. Take that every single BBQ snob who has drunken argued with me. (via Washingtonian)
  • A couple got married at National Building Museum’s THE BEACH. That’s almost as cool as a real beach! (via DCist)


  • Woodrow Wilson High School students are protesting their principal’s decision to review every story before it’s published in the school newspaper. You go, teens. (via WAMU)
  • D.C. needs safe spaces. Real ones. (via DCist)
  • Thip Khao is closed for reservations, but they’ll be open again on Friday! (via POPville)


  • Take a look at the life of D.C.’s indie filmmakers. Spoiler alert: D.C. is not an easy or fun place to shoot a movie. (via Elevation)
  • A Teen in Virginia attempted to pull over a car while impersonating a police office. Surprise surprise, the person he tried to pull over was an undercover cop. That could not have gone any better. (via Washington Post)
  • In more crazy news, a man who burned down a house in Glen Burnie went back to the smoldering ruins to take a selfie. I don’t even know what to say about that. (via WJLA)