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Posted at 12:14 PM ET, 04/19/2012

Why development moratoriums make traffic headaches worse; Cherry blossom beer on H Street (#DMVReads)


When traffic moves too slowly in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, Alexandria and some other D.C. suburbs, local laws halt new development in the area. (Gerald Martineau) (Gerald Martineau for TWP - THE WASHINGTON POST)

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Why development moratoriums make traffic headaches worse. (Greater Greater Washington)

“An emotional toll that lasts forever.” The Citizens Police Academy in Fairfax County learns about the traumatic impact of robberies.

More to life (and biking) than money. Capital Bikeshare might not turn a profit, but neither does walking.

Cherry blossom beer: This Saturday, eight barrels of locally brewed Sakura Washington will be divided up at Granville Moores, Queen Vic, The Pug, The Big Board and Smith Commons. (The Hill is Home)

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