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Posted at 08:50 PM ET, 04/11/2012

DeEvening Links: Making amends in Chinatown

ONLY ON 9: In a fence-mending feint, Marion Barry hangs out with Tony Cheng, proprietor of the finest Mongolian barbecue and Chinese seafood restaurants on the 600 block of H Street NW. WUSA-TV’s Bruce Johnson has it all on camera: “He’s always liked Asian people!” Cheng assures us. “Twenty years ago, nobody wanted to come to Chinatown. He ma[d]e it happen!”

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Mayor Vincent Gray announces anti-bullying plan; D.C. Council bullying bill moves closer to a vote (AP, @timcraigpost)

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It’s been a year since Gray, Kwame Brown, et al. were arrested — so what’s changed for D.C. voting rights? (DCist)

Anacostia River report card: improving slightly (Housing Complex)

The “weird thing” that’s sticking out of a Capitol Hill sidewalk (Post)

Capitol Hemp: Banned in D.C. (HuffPo, DCist)

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