Washington City Paper may have a buyer, the city’s population closes in on 700,000, lots of happenings this weekend, and other news of the day over in the District.
- Things to do this weekend. [Washingtonian/Post]
- Tips for holiday travelers. [Curbed]
- Jury acquits first Inauguration Day protesters. [Washingtonian]
- Businessman Mark Ein says he plans to buy the Washington City Paper. [Washingtonian]
- “It’s not fun, but it could be worse.” [Post]
- Robber stole hundreds of dollars from Mount Pleasant restaurant. [Eater]
- Tips for shopping at Room & Board’s annual clearance sale. [Washingtonian]
- Police officer makes handmade stuffed animals in memory of fallen colleague. [NBC]
- D.C.’s estimated population is 693,972. [PoPville]
- New Penn Quarter restaurant marries local ingredients to traditional Indian dishes. [Eater]
- You’re familiar with the pop-up, but what about the hop-back? [Urban Turf]
- An ambitious plan to rethink a 17-acre Smithsonian campus. [WBJ]
- Is this recently-resigned reporter considering a run for office? [NBC]
- #RIPDCist. [DC Inno]
- March and vigil for the homeless. [NBC]
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