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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.

  • Here is how D.C. could legalize weed sales… if they really wanted it. (via Washington Post)


  • Bryan Flowers and Steven Rovery (from American Television) are throwing the first ever Breakin’ Even festival at Songbyrd in March and the lineup has finally been released (yes, Loud Boyz will be there). (via City Paper)
  • The Times included D.C. in as one of its 52 Places to Go in 2016, but cited CityCenter as a reason to visit the District and now everyone is all up in arms about it. If you’re a tourist who is coming to D.C. to go to Hugo Boss / Fig & Olive, do yourself a favor and read City Paper’s (much better) list. (via City Paper)
  • Red Pandas are back at the National Zoo and they’re so cute they make you want to kill yourself. (via DCist)


  • Much like all of your friends, Sweetgreen is moving their headquarters out of D.C. and into LA. (via WBJ)
  • DCist has your Ivy City / NoMa breweries and distilleries tour all mapped out. (via DCist)
  • Jackie’s Restaurant and Sidebar is closing in March, so get there while you can (or just go to Bar Charley / Slash Run…). (via Washingtonian)