DeMorning Links: Streetcars sooner

Only 1.5 more years before something rides on those rails. (Sarah L. Voisin/THE WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

K Street NW’s east end is still a little rough (Post)

Back to school goes off smoothly (Examiner, WaTimes)

Fab pictures of WAMU-FM personalities, then and now (Flickr)

”Why D.C. Council won’t pass real ethics reform” (Examiner)

FINALLY: Columbus Plaza rebuild to begin in coming weeks (Housing Complex)

Is D.C. headed toward a New Orleans-style charter-centric school system? (Post)

Few curbs on constituent service fund spending (Examiner)

Is political consultant Andi Pringle joining the Gray administration? (Loose Lips)

D.C. United would like you to know: “It Gets Better” (DCist)

Capital Bikeshare, now with personalized data (DCist)

Downtown needs more playgrounds — will the National Park Service help? (GGW)

Andrew Breitbart stands up for the District’s anti-SLAPP law (Legal Times)

Hey kids, this is how you use your One Card (TBD)

New at DCPS this year: “Common Core” standards (WAMU-FM)

Because it matters how hot your real estate agent is (Curbed)

Happy retirement to Superior Court Judge Joan Zeldon (Crime Scene, Legal Times)

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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