DeMorning Links: Watering the deserts

This is not a food desert. (David Ramos/GETTY IMAGES)

In other news:

More tales from D.C.’s worst advisory neighborhood commission (WaTimes)

City cops don’t know bike laws, report finds (Post)

Historic D.C. fountains sit moldering in Maryland (GGW)

A shana tova from Mayor Vincent Gray (Patch)

Adam Clampitt looks to “bring things back in balance” on coverage of the Gray administration (HuffPo)

Pinball Museum’s departure: Proof of D.C.’s “overgrown regulatory state”? (HuffPo)

Public safety officials reassure GLBT community at Reeves Center confab (Blade)

One Judiciary Square: now greener (WAMU-FM)

Making a killing on Buzzard Point is tougher than it seems (Post magazine)

In wake of $400,000 theft, Jack Evans stands by Nat Gandhi (WaTimes)

How poverty affects bond ratings (DCFPI)

Man, 20, pleads guilty to shooting transgender woman (WaTimes)

Harry Jaffe suggests special prosecutor is needed to investigate Pershing Park evidence (Examiner)

Triple stabbing north of Judiciary Square (Crime Scene)

David Catania is on the Politics Hour today (Kojo Nnamdi Show)

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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