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Posted at 12:34 PM ET, 03/20/2012

Wonder bread factory to be redeveloped; Redskins’ troubling history with free agent wide receivers


The Redskins’ recent history with free agent wide receivers does not bode well for Pierre Garcon. (Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post) (Ricky Carioti - The Washington Post)
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Plans for redevelopment of the dilapidated Wonder bread factory at 621 S St. NW include retail space and perhaps a microbrewery. (Left for LeDroit)

A group called D.C. Public Trust is trying to get an initiative on the Nov. 6 ballot that would ban direct donations from corporations to candidates for D.C. office. (Borderstan)

A behind-the-scenes look at local artist BK Adams’ highly unique studio space. (Scoutmob DC)

The Redskins’ history with signing free agent wide receivers doesn’t not bode well for Pierre Garcon. (Hogs Haven)

By Andy Smith  |  12:34 PM ET, 03/20/2012

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