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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.

  • According to Curbed, DC is no longer the fourth most expensive Metro area in the US. We’re now the sixth because apparently people are dying to live in Oakland and San Jose. (via Curbed)


  • Right Proper is opening a new tasting room in Brookland and it is very pretty. (via POPville)
  • Metro doesn’t care if you want to buy food and drinks in stations. They’re not having it. (via Washington Post)
  • Paul Strauss one of our “shadow senators” (spoooky) is trying to get The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization to pair up with D.C. because statehood or something. (via Washington Post)


  • Vincent Orange’s tiny house bill is adorable and crazy, but could be viable if it looked completely different than it does now. (via Greater Greater Washington)
  • You will be able to see Alice Cooper, Anthrax, Deep Purple, Motörhead, Rammstein and Henry Rollins in 3D this weekend at E Street Cinema. I can’t imagine anything better. (via DCist)


  • The D.C. food gods have heard your cries. Rose’s Luxury is adding (some) reservations. (Washington Post)
  • Metro service is returning to normal on Monday! Wooo! (via City Paper)