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Morning Links: On The Rocks

Could Gehry's design for the Eisenhower memorial really be in trouble? [Post]

For all its faults, Georgetown Park was a haven for small businesses. [GeorgetownMetropolitan]

Anacostia streetcar has "lost a decade." (More from us on this later) [GGW]

Meet your new Zipcar competitors. [TBD]

Hines paying $800 million for SEC-leased building? [CityBiz]

If Zipcar had a monopoly, it would still have competition. [ExtraordinaryObservations]

Housing bust means rental boom in Manassas Park. [Examiner]

What to do with POPS? [NYO]

Why affordable housing advocates oppose parking reform and upzoning. [Forbes]

Georgetown and GWU at 138th, 135th on international college rankings. [TimesHigherEd]

Today on the market: U Street's new selling point.

  • Tim

    I'm wondering if this is just something that happens to me... Every time you link to a TBD article I get a 'page not found' message.

  • http://alexblock.net Alex B.

    Tim - that happens to me, too.

    I think there's something with CityPaper's blog formatting software. TBD has a nasty habit of adding double dashes to their URLs ( i.e. new-car-sharing-to-d-c--13094.html : the dash-dash between DC and 13094 gets converted to one long dash). Microsoft Word does this on autocorrect sometimes. I'd imagine the links get autocorrected and then they go bad.

    I have no idea why TBD would need a dash-dash in their URLs, seems unnecessary.

    Also in blog glitches (or maybe it's a feature, not a bug) - I go to comment and the post turns to Comic Sans.

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