While the Zoo’s patriarch panda is showing his age, there may soon be such a thing as a free (school) lunch, Massachusetts Avenue will be seeing changes, and other news of the day over in the District.
- What comes next for the only hospital east of the river? [WAMU]
- Remembering D.C.’s poet laureate. [WCP]
- And a bit of street haiku. [Popville]
- Judge orders slumlord to negotiate with tenants of a Congress Heights building. [WCP]
- Brightwood worries about recent gun violence. [Post]
- Tian Tian is getting old. [Post]
- More on the rats. [Kojo]
- Massachusetts Avenue is getting some much needed improvements. [Current]
- Homeless advocates sleep outside. [NBC4]
- D.C. Council considers giving free lunch to all students. [WAMU]
- In the event you want to run on a day meant for sitting around on a couch. [Washingtonian]
- The latest restaurants from the owners of Compass Rose features global grandma cooking. [Washingtonian]
- D.C. music store owner sets out to fix instruments. [WJLA]
- The latest threat to Metro: disgusting quantities of human hair. [NBC$]
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