Before we get into the news of the day, we have an announcement: this is the final Meanwhile in D.C.
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Now, here is what’s happening over in the District:
- Fun food events this weekend. [Washingtonian]
- And other things to keep you busy. [Post]
- Organizers plan for 500,000 attendees at ‘March For Our Lives’ gun-control protest. [Post]
- Craving Korean barbecue? Here are your best bets. [Eater]
- Rev. Billy Graham’s body will lie in honor next week in the Capitol rotunda. [NBC]
- United Medical Center board plans to go to court to avoid releasing meeting records. [Post]
- Under Armour Inc. CEO Kevin Plank is selling his Georgetown home for $29.5 million. [WBJ]
- How to train for the ten-mile Cherry Blossom run in April. [Washingtonian]
- There could soon be another panda at the National Zoo. [NBC]
- Cleveland Park mainstay Ardeo+Bardeo will serve its final dinner on Sunday after 20 years in business. [Washingtonian]
- How H Street NE became D.C.’s vegan dining destination. [WCP]
- City reached a $3.5 million settlement with family of unarmed motorcyclist shot dead by police officer. [Post]
- Local food startups are eager to get on Nestle’s radar. [WBJ]
- Photos from D.C. Fashion Week 2018. [WTOP]
- Illustrator Marcella Kriebel’s dream day in D.C. [Post]
- A look inside of a D.C. chocolate factory. [NBC]
- Local schools that already have armed police officers. [NBC]