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Muriel Bowser says she’ll keep Kaya Henderson as schools chancellor. [Post]

The demographics of Anacostia, 1889. [Death and Life of Historic Anacostia]

What Tysons and the Silver Line mean for the future of America’s suburbs. [CityLab]

Dupont Metro to get a unique canopy. [GGW]

By the numbers: People who live in Georgetown are rich. [UrbanTurf]

Stevens School renovation moves forward. [WBJ]

Explaining the apparent disconnect between suburbanization and multifamily housing. [CityLab]

The D.C. metropolitan area is the fittest in America. [WAMU]

ANC backs historic designation for three Southwest buildings, including future Museum of the Bible. [UrbanTurf]

The Uber wars go to Europe. [NYT]

Today on the market: Columbia Heights 2BR—-$319,900