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Posted at 12:38 PM ET, 02/07/2012

Wizards need to be active at trade deadline; oyster bar scene offers variety

Washington Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld, left, with coach Randy Wittman, speaks to reporters during a news conference in Washington. Grunfeld faces a big challenge in trying to rebuild the Wizards into a contender. (Manuel Balce Ceneta - AP)
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The Wizards failing to make a move at the upcoming NBA trade deadline would be like trying to reinvent the wheel. (Bullets Forever)

A handy, detailed guide to some of the best oyster bar happy hours in the D.C. area. (Girl Meets Food)

An inside look at one of the most coveted jobs in the District: a trash collector. (The Washington Post)

Why Montgomery County really needs to aggressively court young residents. (Just Up the Pike)

A new facility that will provide community-based juvenile probation supervision and services is coming to South Capitol Street. (Southwest . . . The Little Quadrant that Could)

By Andy Smith  |  12:38 PM ET, 02/07/2012

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