Posts Tagged ‘Yes! Organic Market’

District Line Daily: Prove Your Loyalty

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Is this D.C. politics or a mafia movie? The AP reports that the FBI is looking [...]

District Line Daily: What to Expect When You’re Baby-Proofing

A morning roundup of news, opinion, and links from Washington City Paper and around the District. Send tips and ideas to citydesk@washingtoncitypaper.com.
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Worried Washington parents have created a new growth industry in the city: professional home baby-proofing.
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The Needle: Metro Messes Up

Train Saving Time: Despite promising riders it would run late on Sunday morning in recognition of daylight saving time, Metro didn't. Beyond a curt apology, no word on what caused the mistake. -3
No More Yes!: Local supermarket chain Yes! Organic Market is shutting down its Fairlawn store. -2

The Needle: Petworth is for Professionals Edition

Don't Blame the Reporters!: The Washington Post Company may face a credit ratings downgrade from Moody's. But for once, it's not being blamed on writers, photographers, statisticians or any of the other journalistic types Wall Street usually picks on. Instead, it seems, proposed changes in student loan guidelines could hurt business at Kaplan, the profitable education [...]

Two Busts: One at McKinley Technology High School

Yesterday morning, two men allegedly attempted to burglarize McKinley Technology High School at 151 T Street NE. According to an email from 5th District Commander Lamar D. Greene, a burglar alarm went off at McKinley at approximately 3:15 a.m., and officers responded. They saw a couple of people running through the [...]

Our Morning Roundup: The Joy Of The Mandatory DCPS Meeting

Harry Potter and the Urban School Nightmare wonders if their insurance covers insanity. This is awesome:
Yesterday we had our monthly staff meeting after school. Interestingly enough, the first thirty minutes of this mandatory whole-school meeting were dedicated not to raising test scores, preparing for IMPACT observations, or discussing important events coming up at our school. [...]

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