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

  • A cover story by Amy Longsworth that explains how a flock of Canada geese have foiled $6 million worth of wetland restoration in the Anacostia River, and terrorized a golf course to boot.
  • In the District Line, Sarah Godfrey laying out why it is that the Baltimore-Washington Parkway is so goddamn dark, even at busy interchanges. Here’s something to think on: How many agencies does it take to change a light bulb?
  • Dave McKenna explaining why you’ll pay extra to see the Nats play the Cubs this year.
  • Chip Porter profiling the dudes of Extra Golden, who went to the ghettos of Nairobi for their signature sound.
  • And still more from Loose Lips on the good Bishop Alfred A. Owens Jr., Tim Carman delving into the foul-smelling world of Vietnamese fish sauce, Trey and Bob, and more.