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The Post gets all list-y with “8 Questions the Potomac Primary Could Answer.” One question I have: Why didn’t Hillary try harder? This past weekend, Obama People were everywhere: at the corner of 14th and U, at 16th and U, and by the Georgia Ave Metro (cranking go-go tunes!). Well that’s not everywhere. But I didn’t see one Hillary supporter—at least not this one. Before Sen. Clinton complains again about Michigan and Florida voters being disenfranchised, she might want to try to win the other primaries.

The Post reports on 50 homeless vets in desperate search for housing. Their shelter is set to be razed soon. This is a story worth reading.

Intangible Arts finds out that the Pretty Things aren’t playing here after all. The blogger sets about investigating. In tribute, we give you dear reader, some old footage of the band in its prime:

TPM points to a poll that shows Huckabee gaining on McCain in Virginia.

Prince of Petworth offers a sneak peak at yet another bistro.

The Examiner reports that GWU has finalized a deal to develop more Foggy Bottom property. A shocker!