Three men are sitting in a translucent tent in McPherson Square, on a hunger strike for D.C. voting rights. Allow the Post’s Katie Rogers to introduce them: Adrian Parsons, a performance artist who performed a circumcision on himself in public; Kelly Mears, “usually the guy running around with a laptop camera resting in a baby carriage”; and Sam Jewler, McPherson Square’s media maven.
In other news:
How Andy Shallal does what he does (Post Magazine)
Why don’t we get the good movies first? (Post)
What DCPS needs to learn from the city’s best charters (Post editorial)
Tim Day bows out of at-large race, leaving GOP nomination to Mary Brooks Beatty (D.C. Wire)
Need a job? Vince Gray is looking for you. (D.C. Wire)