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Pick up your print City Paper today for all the autumnal news about music, books, and everything else in our Fall Arts Guide.
LEADING THE MORNING NEWS:
- D.C.’s chief appraiser lowered property appraisals at past job, too. [Post]
- Petula Dvorak not happy with breastfeeding AU professor. [Post]
- Mount Pleasant library reopens. [Examiner]
- D.C. gangs recruiting members from across D.C. metro area, meeting in Adams Morgan and Chinatown. [Examiner]
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Buried by Borough: The musical omniculture represented by Brooklyn is killing regional music scenes, writes Justin Moyer.
Power in a Union: Meet Chef Richie Brandenburg, one of the forces behind Florida Avenue’s Union Market.
LOOSE LIPS, by Loose Lips columnist Alan Suderman. (tips? email@example.com )
- Peter Shapiro plans to run again when Mendo’s seat opens up. Sekou Biddle “refused to answer questions” about his plans. [Informer]
- Adrian Fenty has nothing to say about federal probe of his former opponent. [Fox5]
- Lawyer for Councilmember Michael Brown’s former campaign treasurer goes after Brown on Facebook. Brown says his former treasurer should be worried about the law coming after him. [Times]
- Post really going deep on city’s chief tax appraiser, whose record is a little messy. [Post]
- D.C. gangs getting organized. [Examiner]
- Jim Graham, Scot [Post]
- Mount Pleasant library is open once again. [Post]
ARTS LINKS, by Jonathan L. Fischer (tips? firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Bob Mould talks about reconciling being an indie-rocker and a gay DJ. [Pitchfork]
- David Letterman is no fan of awards shows, but he’ll show up at the Kennedy Center Honors anyway. [Post]
- D.C. native Rachel Grady discusses her newest documentary, Detropia. [Washingtonian]
- Set your memory in motion: Watch this footage of Rare Essence‘s 31st anniversary concert from 2010. [TMOTTGoGo]
FOOD LINKS, by Jessica Sidman (tips? email@example.com)
- The Pug will no longer serve “Marion Barry‘s Dirty Asian Summer Punch.” [Post]
- Forget burgers. President Barack Obama is on a pizza kick. [Obama Foodorama]
- What a $1,000 dinner looks like [Washingtonian]
- McDonald’s will post calories on its menu board. [NPR]
- D.C.’s best sidewalk cafes [Zagat]
- Dining etiquette: Who orders? [Johnna Knows Good Food]
- Toki Underground to host library “pop-up” at H Street Festival [Frozen Tropics]