Promising meals at discounted prices, a Native American veterans memorial, historic fish market adjusts to The Wharf development, and other news of the day over in the District.
- How Metro passengers handled the Red Line train derailment. [NBC]
- Red Line trains single tracking Tuesday morning as a result. [WTOP]
- Video: 12th annual MLK Day Parade. [WJLA]
- Fourteen-year-old fatally shot in Southeast. [Post]
- Amid frosty weather, heating system fails at Howard University. [NBC]
- What to expect from D.C. office designs this year. [Curbed]
- WeWork’s new coding school will open downtown in March. [DC Inno]
- Why the city is leading the way on partnering with the private sector. [CityLab]
- “It’s disheartening to see all of the change, but this market, it’s iconic.” [WCP]
- Are the Wizards the NBA’s biggest disappointment? [Afro]
- A “long overdue” honor for Native Americans. [Post]
- “Newspapers and media companies should be clamoring to cover the District deeper now than ever before. ” [CityLab]
- Your best bets for Winter Restaurant Week. [Post]
- Can Patrick Ewing chart his own path back to glory as Georgetown University’s basketball coach? [Washingtonian]
- One in four D.C. home sales were above asking price last year. [Curbed]
- Why is a Washington football team baby blanket on display in the American Indian Museum? [Washingtonian]
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