A huge crowd turned up for the Puerto Rico Unity March, a local paper turns 50, and other news of the day over in the District.
- Phone down the drain is the 21st century’s cat up the tree. [Post]
- Free things to do on Black Friday. [Curbed]
- Ex inspector general of Metro says she had little autonomy. [Post]
- Requirement that childcare workers have an associate’s degree gets pushed back by a few years. [WAMU]
- Woman is suing over the death of her dog at a boarding facility. [Post]
- Thousands of people, Lin-Manuel Miranda included, rallied for Puerto Rico disaster relief at the Lincoln Memorial. [Post]
- For when you want your alcohol to taste like Thanksgiving dinner. [Washingtonian]
- On art and museums and Instagram. [PBS]
- Don’t give me that carp. [Post]
- On keeping billionaires out of local news. [Washingtonian]
- The Current hits a half century. [Current]
- Around the region, home prices are still below pre-recession levels. [Crubed]
- Another White House fence jumper. [NBC4]
- Head to these holiday markets for made in D.C. gifts. [Curbed]
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