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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.

  • Our very own John Wall has donated $400,000 Bright Beginnings, a child development center that provides services to homeless children. What a genuinely good person. (via Fox Sports)
  • Washington Post has a lot of feelings about this weekends Landmark Music Fest. We do too. (via Washington Post)


  • The Post is also feeling gloomy about the Metro. Must be having a tough week over there. (via Washington Post)
  • Another woman is suing Fig & Olive over its salmonella incident. Gross. (via City Paper)
  • Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton wants to rename Rock Creek Park “Rock Creek National Park”. I mean, I guess? (via DCist)


  • Sake sommeliers are a thing now. Booze sure is great. (via City Paper)
  • Ready for Oktoberfest? Here are five beers you should probably try. (via Washingtonian)
  • Someone left a bunch of dead chickens wrapped in sage with a note right next to them Dunbar High School. Someone is definitely into next level witchcraft. (via POPville)