Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:
Our colleague Paul Schwartzman explores the fast life and early death of Joey Belcher — owner of Sticky Rice, and one of the young nightlife entrpreneurs who set the pace for the latest stage of gentrification in D.C.
In other news: Ken Cuccinelli seems to be following in the superhero footsteps of Cory Booker: This weekend the Virginia AG came to the rescue of a trucker in a burning rig. . . How former Fox 5 sportscaster Dave Feldman became the nation’s leading Harbaugh historian. . . . Barbara Walters has chickenpox.(updated 1 p.m.)
“What if he was a married man who went home for a nooner with his wife?”
— Attorney Robert Bonsib arguing that there’s nothing wrong with Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold, who is now battling misconduct charges, allegedly requiring his security detail to escort him to parking lot trysts with his girlfriend.
Looking for Monday’s Reliable Source? Start here: Alfalfa Club turns 100 with annual dinner of the elites: Henry Kissinger, Mitt Romney, Valerie Jarrett, others