Our Morning Roundup: Goodbye Used Car Lots
In case you missed it: here's all you need to know about yesterday morning's federal court hearing on CFSA: In CFSA Case, Nickles Plays Defense; Judge Hogan Critical Of CFSA Director Selection Process.
Dee Does the District decides to not open up about getting terminated by DCPS. But this doesn't stop her from opening up about getting terminated by DCPS:
"I’ve decided to forego a big post in regards to my termination due to pending legal action and for my own personal privacy. Although I am deeply disappointed and incensed by the sweeping terminations, I feel relieved in a sense to be out of this broken system. I already have a number of upcoming interviews lined up at charters and in Northern Virginia and I’m looking forward to moving on to a school to values me and treats me like a human being."
The Heights Life raves about trivia night at Commonwealth: "You can expect the usual five rounds including a handout and an audio round – but to mix it up there are some rewards for speed and accuracy. And who knows – that might not be all he's got planned. This time those rounds seemed to go over particularly well, especially at my hyper-competitive table..."
And Now, Anacostia loves the Fenty Administration's crackdown on shady used car lots: "The slew of grimy / sketchy "used car lots" that weren't even legit businesses that lined many of the city's up-and-coming retail corridors. the administration heard the complaints that they weren't actually selling cars to the public, and in swoops the Fenty crackdown to get rid of them. Love it."
Runin DC pens not funny rap about Eastern Market. Is this now a trend—rapping about lame shit? Wait. This vid isn't supposed to be funny. I'm confused.
Greater Greater Washington has the most in-depth rundown of Metro's safety systems we've read. A must read not just for transportation nerds.
Pop Cesspool offers up a little MJ-related history lesson.
Young & Hungry gets Taylor Gourmet owner talking about picking a second location for his deli shop.
Photo by Darrow Montgomery