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Posted at 07:18 PM ET, 01/30/2012

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Landrum’s grills are roaring again in Ward 7. (James M. Thresher - FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)
The culinary circle of life was turning this weekend. Matt Ashburn closed his Capital City Diner after two years on Bladensburg Road NE, leaving an uncertain future for the vintage stainless-steel diner. But Ray’s the Steaks is back open on Minnesota Avenue NE, as owner Michael Landrum promised more than a month ago.

In other news:

Hours after no-camping deadline, no confrontation yet at Occupy sites (Post)

Statements from Vincent Gray and Kwame Brown will appear on recall petitions (DCist)

Bellevue Library — ahem, the William O. Lockridge Library at Bellevue — shapes up (Housing Complex)

Uber did not testify at today’s taxi reform hearing, but it has lawyered up (@mikedebonis)

Coolidge hoops team beats suburban power Montrose Christian — “the biggest win for a D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association boys’ team in eight years” (Post)

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