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Posted at 07:50 AM ET, 03/19/2012

Bald Eagle starts special journey; libraries cater to youngest readers; Obama’s Sunday worship (A.M. Buzz)

A special place for fallen bald eagles. The remains of the injured bald eagle--who died after being spotted on the tracks of Metro’s Blue Line and rescued--are on a new journey, which begins at the U.S. Eagle Repository.

Never too young for a book. Librarians add more board books for babies to their stacks and hold story time on-the-go to reach more beginning readers.

Obamas worship at St. John’s church. The first family paid another visit to the Episcopal church across from the White House. Seeing President Obama seated in the pew made a powerful impression on one parishioner.

Coming up on PostLocal:

— What’s on tap for the Washington Nationals this season? Were the Redskins right or wrong to trade for the No. 2 overall pick in the NFL draft? Submit your Washington sports questions to sports columnist Thomas Boswell for his 11 a.m. live chat today.

— The National Cherry Blossom Festival kicks off tomorrow. Dr. Gridlock chats about blossom traffic and other issues today at 1p.m.

— If you’re near the Memorial Bridge around 1:30 p.m. today, lookout for an exceptionally tall man handling a basketball. A member of the Harlem Globetrotters plans to dribble and spin from Arlington Cemetery to the Lincoln Memorial as a kickoff to D.C.’s “Globetrotter week,” which will include three local games and some school visits.

By Theola Labbé-DeBose  |  07:50 AM ET, 03/19/2012

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