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Posted at 12:21 PM ET, 04/06/2012

GSA upheaval could benefit Georgetown Waterfront; what the 1940 census reveals about LeDroit Park


The appointment of New GSA Director Dan Tangherlini could be a new sign for further development of the Georgetown Waterfront Park. (Simon Brubaker — The Washington Post)
#DMVReads is a feature designed to help readers share the best local stories with one another. Share your favorite local story of the day with the hashtag #DMVReads, and we’ll feature the best in a lunchtime blog post.

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Every Friday afternoon in our #DMVReads picks, we highlight five of the best stories from the local blogosphere. If you have a local blog post you’d like to be considered, submit the link here.

Here are the top blog posts from the past week:

— Georgetown Metropolitan notes that the recent upheaval at the General Services Administration could have some benefits for the Georgetown neighborhood.

— Left for LeDroit examines the recently released 1940 U.S. Census and what it reveals about the history of the LeDroit Park neighborhood.

— Capital Cooking has a comprehensive guide to the best local spots for Easter Sunday brunch.

— ARL Now takes a look at Arlington Central Library’s exhibit of memorabilia from the D.C punk rock scene of the 1970s, 80s and 90s.

— Bullets Forever thinks it’s time to start debating about who should be the next Wizards head coach.

By Andy Smith  |  12:21 PM ET, 04/06/2012

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