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The word from Denver is 3:1—-journalists to delegates. If you count the bloggers, it’s closer to 4:1. We’re going to count bloggers, including Soul Voice who declares Michelle Obama “one tough sister-girl” and found D.C. superdelegate Christine Warnke on the floor, who was seeing stains: “I think, if given the chance to serve as America’s First Lady, she will work tirelessly to break that stained glass ceiling for minorities and for women.”

MoCo is saying evidence from Saturday’s murder of Catherine Brown, the cousin of Maryland Lt. Gov Anthony Brown, shows the teacher from Beauvoir National Cathedral Elementary School in D.C. was killed by her ex-boyfriend and not the cops when “shots were fired” in the standoff. Cops killed the killer, according to what officials told the Baltimore Sun. Anthony Brown says in a statement: “I leave my fellow delegates with a heavy heart” as he flies back from Denver.

HOT lanes are coming for all you D.C. richies, but here’s a shocker via WTOP: They may get crowded and you may be shut out, thereby reducing that smug feeling you’ll get for paying about $40 a day to commute.

Good news, H Streeters and fans of Northern California cuisine with a French flair: Frozen Tropics reports that Napa 1015, which closed when a car rammed into it last month, will reopen tomorrow Wednesday, Sept. 3, and, even better, with a new tapas menu! Let the healing and grilled calamari begin.

More good news, Petworthians and fans of al fresco pizza: Our new favorite None-Dare-Call-It-PoP blog, Petworth News, reports new outside seating at Moroni and Brothers. Watch out for stray cars!

Photo of Park Road row houses by our friend in D.C., Mr. T.