Wind us up, one more time. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

I might have “jumped the gun,” but I wasn’t wrong: Our civic farewell to Chuck Brown gets underway Tuesday with a public viewing at the Howard Theatre, on Chuck Brown Way (aka the 600 block of T Street), from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. His grand sendoff will continue Thursday at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center at noon for a scheduled three-hour memorial service. Hamil Harris has more details over at The Root DC. He speaks to Howard Theatre developer Chip Ellis, who lamented Brown never played in his gleaming new space: “God had another plan.”

In other news:

Tom Toles on the Gray campaign’s downward spiral (Post cartoon)

Guess who had the Worst Week in Washington (The Fix)

Listen to Marion Barry’s ”polack” comment (SoundCloud)

Barry also confused his Asian female Channel 9 reporters (@suraechinn)

Friday is “Trayvon Martin Day” at Malcolm X Elementary in Congress Heights (WJLA-TV)

Gray campaign “mystery man” Howard Brooks shows his face (Post, AP, Loose Lips, WaTimes)

Kaya Henderson on move to lessen reliance on student test scores in teacher evaluations: “Additional flexibility — whether we use it or not — is always helpful.” (Post)

Suspect’s downfall: “My daddy was shooting.” (WaTimes)

DCPS to try online instruction at Kramer Middle School (D.C. Schools Insider)

Most neighborhood groups still don’t like McMillan plans (Housing Complex)

D.C. can now e-mail you when you get a parking ticket (Examiner)

Time for D.C. government to take “next steps” on improving children’s mental heath (Post editorial)

Want to fix earthquake-damaged D.C. government buildings? (WBJ)

Looking to spend $20 million on a D.C. house? Patience, darling. (UrbanTurf)

Eric Holder to D.C. drug court graduates: Drug court is great (Legal Times)

Did you know Deputy Mayor Victor Hoskins “epitomizes the creative leader”? (Forbes)

H Street’s new warning: “Bikers use caution” (@capitolhilldc)

Is it fair to prioritize housing resources for veterans? (Housing Complex)

Meet your gay delegates to the Democratic National Convention (Blade)

Another Anacostia “abandominium” (GGW)

Don’t let high park rankings slow progress (RPUS)

Cab driver among three overnight stabbing victims (WUSA-TV)

Stabbed man called 911 before dying on Kenilworth Avenue, police say (Homicide Watch)

Heritage Foundation’s Pennsylvania Avenue building gets to keep its top story (Housing Complex)

Downtown tech incubator in the works (Housing Complex)

Ex-Council member Bill Lightfoot guests on Friday’s Politics Hour (Kojo Nnamdi Show)

Georgetown pumps out a lot of “revolving door” lobbyists. Hoya Saxa! (Vox Populi)

Restaurateurs are superstitious weirdos (Young & Hungry)