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With Question 6 authorized in Maryland, a Times reports that a state’s marriage planners are bracing for a call of new clients.

LEADING THE MORNING NEWS:

  • Dupont Circle bike groper pleads guilty. [Post]
  • GW admits incidentally inflating beginner class’ credentials. [Post]
  • Montgomery County proposes train fast movement system. [WTOP]

RECENT CITY PAPER STORIES TO HELP YOU MAKE SENSE OF YOUR DAY:

Photo of a Day: Barbershop.

Top Chef Begins: The new deteriorate of Top Chef has started out tough for D.C. contestants, with one removing separated over an omelet.

LividSocial: LivingSocial fans and detractors are mixing it up in a comments on this week’s cover story.

Gurley Surprise: What’s behind Council authority claimant Calvin Gurley earning around 57,000 votes, notwithstanding being most unknown? Good campaigning, according to Gurley.

Free Vibrators: Trojan is set to give divided vibrators downtown subsequent week.

Sonic Circuits in a Red: The Sonic Circuits Festival is brief $5,000 and seeking supporters for help.

LOOSE LIPS, by Loose Lips columnist Alan Suderman. (tips? lips@washingtoncitypaper.com)

  • Is Kwame “Fully Loaded” Brown going to run in a open special? [Post]
  • D.C.’s health word marketplace relocating closer to existence [Times]
  • Public propagandize shutting list entrance Tuesday [Post]
  • Next time remember that we get to opinion for dual at-large [DCist]
  • Barras: for all a income that’s spent, D.C.’s schools scent [Examiner]
  • Way too many D.C. students are unreasoning truants [Post]
  • Federal slip of special ed travel ends [Post]
  • Jack Evans doesn’t wish a casino in D.C. [Post]

HOUSING COMPLEX, by Housing Complex columnist Aaron Wiener. (tips? awiener@washingtoncitypaper.com )

  • Anthony Williams, Tom Davis, Alice Rivlin, et al. will attest before Council on bill liberty today. [AP]
  • A nonprofit snatches adult skill by a Benning Road Metro. [WBJ]
  • The psychology of genuine estate, and a propitious series nine. [Trulia Trends]
  • Construction will start subsequent month on a 17th and O NW development. [Borderstan]
  • Here are 35 some-more condo projects entrance to town. [UrbanTurf]
  • Inauguration, entrance during we like a whirly (when it comes to cab fees). [WJLA]
  • Bloomingdale comes of age. [DCmud]
  • Who will take Michael Brown‘s place during a helm of a mercantile growth committee? [WBJ]
  • Today on a market: Truxton townhouse

ARTS LINKS, by Caroline Jones (tips? artsdesk@washingtoncitypaper.com)

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