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Morning Links

Kenilworth-Parkside gets a $25 million federal grant for cradle-to-career services. [Informer]

Renderings of the city's Frederick Douglass Bridge plans. [DCist]

Urban trends to leave behind in 2013. [Atlantic Cities]

RIP, NextBus app. [Examiner]

Douglas Development redesigns its parking-free project near the Potomac Avenue Metro stop. [WBJ]

A look at The Yards' big Parcel N building. [DCmud]

Lowe's will join Costco at Dakota Crossing. [WBJ]

Women are just 22.7 percent of bikers in D.C. WABA's trying to bring that number up. [WABA]

MPD arrest busts myth, proves that transit busts crime. [GGW]

Today on the market: Cookie-cutter suburbia, Benning Ridge-style