Tuesday gridlock on Interstate 395. (JASON REED/REUTERS)

In other news:

Can new top aides help Vincent Gray “reboot” his administration? (Loose Lips)

Not all Ward 8ers are happy to see Marion Barry running again (Informer)

With competition, car-sharing will get bigger but not necessarily cheaper (GGW)

New urban trend: Yard-sharing (Post)

Really, people, don’t eat the fish in the Anacostia (Informer)

Complications with H Street streetcar terminus could threaten whole transit enterprise (Housing Complex)

Post-report reform bill will seek to limit mayoral appointees (WaTimes, Examiner)

UDC gets its lobby shop started, if slowly (City Paper)

Wilson Building friction: prelude to an “earthquake”? (Dish)

Why Walter Fauntroy was in Libya (Loose Lips)

Broad-daylight stabbing in Chinatown (Crime Scene)

A tavern without booze (Young & Hungry)

Spring Valley stinks (WTOP)

Tell your MLK story to the D.C. Public Library (DCPL)

Some dudes bring a basketball hoop to town, make nutty shots (YouTube)

Fewer conventions booked for D.C. next year (WBJ)

Pictures and video from Saul Solorzano’s final farewell (D.C. Latino Caucus)

Mapping the memorials (Housing Complex)

Doug Jemal picks up the old Platinum nightclub (DCmud)

Jon Huntsman hangs out in Kalorama (G’town Dish)

What it all means (Arts Desk)