WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around D.C.) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy.
- We had our first hypothermia alert of the season this weekend. Let’s all agree to stop leaving our apartments. (via Borderstan)
- Remember the Metro riders union? The person who started it has left and now it’s in a weird limbo, much like the Metro itself. Art imitates life and stuff, I guess? (via City Paper)
- Speaking of the Metro, every single line was messed up this morning. That’s almost impressive. (via Washington Post)
- A year after his Tiny Desk performance, T-Pain is back at NPR. (via Washington Post)
- Odessa, a speakeasy style caviar restaurant, was recently shut down for having an actual speakeasy in the basement. I can’t find it in my heart to blame them for taking it to the next level. You can read our Taste Test here to see what you missed. (via Borderstan)
- The city is disbanding a homeless encampment, and the residents are far from pleased. Which is beyond understandable considering they have nowhere else to go. (via City Paper)
- Chef Alex McCoy, the man that brought us the Proper Burger, is opening an expat Thai bar called Alfies. I’m still not quite sure what that means, but I’m ready to eat everything regardless. (via Thrillist)