Pepco rate hikes, children’s museum finally finds a home, edible cookie dough coming to Brookland, and other news of the day over in the District.
- The National Children’s Museum is set to reopen inside of the Ronald Reagan building in March 2019. [Washingtonian]
- Where to partake in a Feast of the Seven Fishes. [WTOP]
- Instead of sending T-shirts to backers, crowdfunder spent money at bars, restaurants, clothing stores, and visits to the Hirshhorn Museum. [NBC]
- D.C. Circuit will now live stream audio of oral arguments upon request. [Post]
- Pepco wants to boost rates by $66.2 million. [WTOP]
- Del. Norton wants Rock Creek Park to get national park status. [Post]
- “I don’t want you to think you’re just a mom.” [Post]
- Police say an ANC commissioner used racially charged language with officers and urinated in a police station. [NBC]
- Three Washington NFL players voted to 2018 Pro Bowl. [CBS]
- Captain Cookie is setting up shop in Brookland. [Eater]
- A fascinating series of photos from the 1980s and ’90s. [GGW]
- Hirshhorn Museum’s lobby is getting a new look next year. [Curbed]
- New art-subscription service lets buyers try out art in their homes before paying the full listing price. [DC Inno]
- Mother says teen was fatally shot over a pair of Air Jordans. [NBC]
- New co-working hub, Mindspace, is coming to K Street. [Curbed]
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