Goodies from scratch at Pluma, local business owners split on Amazon HQ, fifth graders honor MLK, and other news of the day over in the District.
- New parking fees at some Metro stations begin today. [NBC]
- Former councilmember’s collection of artifacts up for sale. [Curbed]
- New money. [DC Inno]
- Students will build a tiny house in Deanwood. [Curbed]
- Wild January temperature swings. [CWG]
- New Union Market bakery promises fresh pastries from open ’til close. [Eater]
- 47 cars hit in the Shepherd Park burglary spree. [WTOP]
- A complex investigation into the death of a D.C. high school student. [Post]
- D.C. attorney jailed for laundering more than $2 million for man he met online. [Post]
- NAACP Chapter at GWU responds to racist Snapchat photo. [NBC]
- Elementary school students continue tradition of reading Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech. [NBC]
- Local small business owners weigh in on possible Amazon HQ. [NBC]
- New apartment building architecture worth noting. [Washingtonian]
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