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Two people died and seven others were injured in a shooting that broke out during a neighborhood gathering in Barry Farm Saturday night. Officials say the incident was sparked by a dispute, which wounded a young boy. The investigation continues.
LEADING THE MORNING NEWS:
20 people were injured when a Metro bus crashed into a van Sunday. [WJLA]
A man was fatally shot in Northeast late Saturday. [WUSA9]
The D.C. Council and Mayor Muriel Bowser appear to have competing priorities this upcoming session. [Post]
When the National Museum of African American History and Culture opens Saturday, there will be lots of visitors—and security. [Post]
D.C. police have found a missing boy but a teenage girl remains at large. [NBC4]
Capital Bikeshare turns 6 years old today with more than 14 million trips taken. [AP]
The District could get significant showers Monday before the fall comes in. [Post]
RECENT CITY PAPER STORIES TO HELP YOU MAKE SENSE OF YOUR DAY:
Autumn Activities: Put down your pumpkin spice latte and pick up a copy of our annual Fall Arts Guide.
Build Up a Parking Lot: Vacant space could be filled by a building with all affordable housing in Ward 7.
Eight Days a Week: A new documentary by Ron Howard looks at The Beatles during their touring days.
ARTS LINKS, by Matt Cohen (tips? firstname.lastname@example.org)
On his new album, bassist/composer Daniel Barbiero draws from Jean-Paul Sartre and his analysis of symbolist poet Stéphane Mallarmé. [Bandwidth]
All the Chocolate City you’ll find at the African American Museum. [DCist]
Listen to the new album from Jau Ocean. [WCP]
YOUNG & HUNGRY LINKS, by Laura Hayes (tips? email@example.com)
What baseball and wine share in common. [Post]
Adams Morgan gets new Ethiopian. [PoPville]
The story behind the long-standing Banana Cafe. [Eater]
Restaurant red flags that say don’t eat here. [Thrillist]
New technology helps bar patrons find their way home. [WBJ]
HOUSING COMPLEX LINKS, by Andrew Giambrone (tips? firstname.lastname@example.org)
- “North End of Shaw”: Is it actually a neighborhood, or purely a marketing scheme? [Post]
What Bowser’s administration has been doing to try to keep housing affordable. [Post]
D.C. kicked off its second annual homeless youth census last Friday. [NBC4]
The D.C. streetcar began daily service yesterday, but it’s costing a pretty penny. [Post]