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DeEvening Links: Deer in the library

Many species, it turns out, seek enlightenment. Or at least a warm place. A deer crashed through the front window of the temporary Washington Highlands library branch on South Capitol Street SW this afternoon. Sadly, it broke its jaw in the process and, before it could check out a book, was euthanized.

In other news:

Adios, Millicent West (Post, Loose Lips)

Don Peebles: “I like doing business in the District. ... I’m not necessarily interested in doing business with the District government.” (Capital Business)

Federal judge says Park Service can enforce no-camping rule largely it it pleases (Post, Housing Complex, DCist)

Fellow attempts to cut down “Tent of Dreams” (WRC-TV)

Brooklyn on Florida Avenue! (UrbanTurf)

Mike DeBonis covers Congress and national politics for The Washington Post. He previously covered D.C. politics and government from 2007 to 2015.


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