DeMorning Links: Ron Machen’s way


Machen in May, after verdicts in the South Capitol Street shootings were announced. (Matt McClain/For The Washington Post)

In other news:

Ted Leonsis: Verizon Center signs will help my teams win (Post, WaTimes, WRC-TV, WTTG-TV, Examiner)

Latest HIV/AIDS numbers show increasing infection rate among D.C. heterosexuals (Post)

A TV/film location scout goes ahead and says it: “It doesn’t matter whether the geography makes sense to people who actually live in D.C.” (Arts Desk)

Graphic video seals conviction in 2010 double murder of shop owners (Post)

Harry Thomas: now a member of Club Fed (USBOP)

“Philip Heath Mendelson, the uncoolest of councilmembers, has become a rock star in city politics.” (Loose Lips)

Vincent Gray responds to rumormongering: “My health is fine.” (WUSA-TV)

At Shepherd Elementary, summer break can’t start fast enough (Post)

DDOT looks to overhaul Glover Park intersection (Current via Dish)

Yay for vouchers (Post editorial)

Cleveland Park ANC won’t support farmers market in part to protect grocery store (Ward3DC)

D.C. Bar Foundation has exhausted reserves, will cut grants 30 percent (Legal Times)

How D.C. emerged from the architectural backwater (Archpaper)

Affair creates “reputation deficit” for Michael Kelly (Examiner)

Fort Lincoln honcho Bob King looks to squeeze some community benefits out of Costco (WaTimes)

City’s changes to drug program have HIV/AIDS patients, pharmacies worried (Blade)

How can there be universal pre-K when parents are getting turned away? (GGW)

$250K sole source contract to program summer activities at St. Elizabeths (Housing Complex)

The liquor licensing process rewards obstinacy. Time to change it. (Blade)

“Furniture consultant” is Wonder Bread Factory’s first tenant (WBJ)

“Window Latch of the Day” is a real winner (Titan of Trinidad)

Marion Barry was actually just upholding his conservative ideals in obstructing H Street streetcar contract (Weekly Standard)

Parkmobile snafu ends in warning about “the proclivity of government to use our personal information for purposes outside the scope of our expectations and possibly threatening our freedoms” (Cato@Liberty)

Suspect in Fairlawn standoff identified as Derrick Babb, 23 (Crime Scene)

In case you missed last Wednesday’s festivities (YouTube)

One fewer barbecue joint (PoP)

Taxi fuel surcharge is finito (Post)

Mike DeBonis covers Congress and national politics for The Washington Post. He previously covered D.C. politics and government from 2007 to 2015.

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