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The Morning Metropolitan

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Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:

  • Developer Jair Lynch says “people in Congress Heights spend about $25/week on groceries while in Georgetown people spend $125/week.” That’s about twice GM’s bill (for two people). How about you?
  • Biker hit at Reservoir and Wisconsin. Thankfully injuries appear minor. Not clear who, if anyone, is at fault, but it’s obvious to anyone that this is a dangerous intersection that DDOT really ought to reconfigure somehow.
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An Intern’s Guide to Georgetown

As year-round Washingtonians know, it’s that time of year again. Eager young interns arrive in earnest droves to fill those couple inches on their resumes between their GPAs and their “other interests”. Many of these interns will be drawn to live and/or play in Georgetown. Consider this a crash course:

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So Where Are You Getting Your Groceries Now?

Social Safeway is no more and we have roughly eleven months until Social Safeway Mark II opens. So unless you’ve got one gigantic pantry, you’re going to need to find a new option for groceries. GM explores some of your options after the jump:

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