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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.

  • Two Capitol Tour buses that were reportedly stolen over the weekend were found yesterday. Maybe Ms. Frizzle took them out for a quick spin. (via WTOP)


  • D.C. Department of Health linked 70 cases of salmonella to local restaurant Fig & Olive. They’re temporarily closed, but you might want to consider not eating out for a while. (via Washington Post)
  • More 8-car Metro trains for your morning commute! Your nose might not be stuck next to a smelly armpit! (via WAMU)
  • But don’t rejoice just yet. This is still D.C. transportation. Expect Metrobus delays and detours while the pope is in town. Just pray you’ll get to work on time. (via Washington Post)
  • Not on your Donald Trump shit during all this presidential talk? Check out Mac Miller’s “GO:OD AM” instead. (via WAMU)


  • A Chick-Fil-A is opening in Columbia Heights on November 4. As if you needed more of a reason to make your body hate you. (via PoPville)
  • Here’s a tip: look both ways before you cross the street. Especially if you frequent D.C.’s more dangerous intersections. (via City Paper)
  • Muriel Bowser visits local jails to promote her plans for programming. Arresting. (via City Paper)