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Posted at 12:40 PM ET, 02/21/2012

Capitals a hockey team without an identity; D.C. Council considers ban on cursing


Carolina Hurricanes goalie Justin Peters (35) looks for the loose puck with teammate Jamie McBain (4) and Washington Capitals' Jeff Halpern (15) nearby during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Raleigh, N.C., Monday, Feb. 20, 2012. (Karl B DeBlaker - Associated Press)
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The Capitals listless 5-0 loss to Carolina Monday night continued to drive home the point that right now they are a team that lacks an identity. (On Frozen Blog)

D.C. Council Chair Kwame Brown will be pushing a resolution Tuesday that would ban the use of profanities during council meetings. (DCist)

Is Takoma Park’s progressive political climate hindering developments that would improve the community? (Just Up The Pike)

Frederick, Md. chef and former “Top Chef” finalist Bryan Voltaggio testified in front of Annapolis legislators in favor of better school breakfasts. (Washington Post)

Development of Dupont Circle’s Undergound may finally be underway, with a restaurant, bookstore and movie theater all being considered for the transformation. (Borderstan)

By Andy Smith  |  12:40 PM ET, 02/21/2012

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