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Posted at 09:17 PM ET, 11/17/2011

DeEvening Links: LivingSocial expands, again

Inside LivingSocial’s current, cramped headquarters (Astrid Riecken - FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)
It appears that the Acme Stove Building, on the northeast corner of 7th Street and New York Avenue NW, will end its long run of vacancy, punctuated biannually by political campaign tenancy. LivingSocial is moving into the Doug Jemal-owned premises, Jonathan O’Connell reports at Capital Business. May they have better luck there than most of the campaigns that preceded it.

In other news:

Key Bridge protest: Kind of a snooze (Post, DCist, Dish)

D.C.’s special-ed busing program will remain under court control for at least another year (D.C. Schools Insider)

Never fear: Ray’s the Steaks to reopen in Ward 7 in January, owner assures (Young & Hungry)

Roy McLeese II, USAO appellate chief, nominated for D.C. Court of Appeals seat (Legal Times)

Ron Moten does not see any parallels between Herman Cain and the Peaceoholics (Dish)

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