Hook ’em. (Jay Janner/AP)

Off to the Lone Star State this morning for some brisket. I’ll be back with a full complement of posts Tuesday.

In other news:

Artist’s thousand-dollar parking tickets are dismissed (WRC-TV)

Automated station announcements in Metro cars? (WTOP)

Inside DSK’s $5.2 million former Georgetown home (Metrocentric)

Why D.C. health care is better off without D.C. General (Examiner)

Mountain lion in Glover Park? (WRC-TV)

Another look at another use for the MLK Library (Capital Business)

What to do with 10-year-old stuck in Children’s Hospital? (Post)

”Forty under 40” in Washington business (WBJ)

Fiona Grieg, challenging Jack Evans, issues her manifesto (GGW)

Target’s not a done deal for Fort Lincoln (Housing Complex)

Early voting all over the place (DCist)

Alleged cat killer goes to court (DCist)

Forty years for man who sexually abused, murdered daughter (Crime Scene)

Video of “Occupy Wilson Building” (DCist)

Rick Rosendall’s tribute to Frank Kameny (Bay Windows)

Short Metro station names, please! (GGW)

Rockne Krebs, D.C. laser artist, dies at 72 (Post)