In tomorrow’s City Paper, you’ll find:

  • A profile of controversial pol Sinclair Skinner by Ryan Grim. This old frat buddy of Adrian Fenty occupies a high-level post in the mayoral candidate’s campaign, but Fenty sure isn’t interesting in advertising the fact. Grim explains why.
  • In Loose Lips: James Jones asks, Is infamous petition circulator Scott Bishop back in the campaign game? Plus: Vincent Gray has frat-brother issues of his own.
  • Justin Moyer on WASA’s long-overdue efforts to boost water pressure east of the river
  • A indispensible piece of service journalism from Sadie Dingfelder, who’s penned a comprehensive guide on where and how to crash the District’s finest pools
  • In Show & Tell: Trey Graham on the settlement of the Source Theatre saga
  • In Young & Hungry: Tim Carman on College Perk, a maddeningly inconsistent but oddly satisfying coffee house up on Route 1 run by a former Army Ranger
  • Plus Mark Jenkins on World Trade Center and more film, music, and books