A bilingual education fair, a Capitol Hill stalker, findings from the Ballou High School audit, and other news of the day over in the District.
- A grocery store engagement photo shoot. [Washingtonian]
- A new D.C.-based podcast. [DC Inno]
- At chat with the executive chef at Miriam’s Kitchen. [BYT]
- Bilingual education fair will feature 40 exhibitions, 8 languages, multilingual activities for kids, and more. [Afro]
- Could a false emergency alarm like Hawaii’s happen in the District? [NBC]
- “There is a concern that at one point there is going to be a situation that comes in that they simply can’t handle.” [Post]
- Update on Christmas ads battle. [Post]
- Fascinating needlelike ice. [CWG]
- Audit finds that school administrators gave high schoolers passing grades, regardless of whether they did the work. [NBC]
- Police arrest man accused of stalking representative on Capitol Hill. [NBC]
- Up to 100,000 anti-abortion activists plan to convene in D.C. for annual march. [NBC]
- Best healthy breakfasts. [CBS]
- Winter festival features ice bars, an inflatable jousting pit, the throwing of axes, and more. [Washingtonian]
- Where to get inked in the city. [Urban Scrawl]
- Lawsuit over Ballou High School design documents dropped. [WBJ]
- Council member calls for colleague to step down from overseeing troubled hospital. [WBJ]
- Background on “The Post” movie. [Post]
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