City Desk

The Needle: Cracks in Congress

Capitol Repairs:  The U.S. Capitol dome will be clad in scaffolding for two years as it undergoes renovations for the first time since 1960. The new look will match nicely with the Washington Memorial, which arguably looks better since it's been decorated with scaffolds. +3

Eggcellent Breakfast hoagies are back at Taylors Gourmet. Though there are less options this time around, they are going to be offered all day, every day. +2

Pulitzer Prize: In the latest edition of its millennial series, the Washington Post discovers that young people like to get lunch at food trucks. -6  

WaPo investigates: In more Washington Post news, the paper determines that its now-former owner, Don Graham,  has greeted 806,132 people by name in a newsroom, and gets a plaque to commemorate him and this accomplishment. +5

Friday's Needle rating: 48 Today's score: +4 Needle rating: 52

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  • joan

    Perry,

    One has fewer options, not "less" options.

  • http://distcurm.blogspot.com/ IMGoph

    joan: based on a non-scientific analysis of things, perry doesn't make corrections or have an editor. don't expect much.

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