Post-earthquake gridlock (JASON REED/REUTERS)

In other news:

Georgia Avenue could move up streetcar priority list (Housing Complex)

How a lack of government support of arts groups has hurt the Lincoln Theatre and other venues — aka the “trickle-up effect” (HuffPo)

Can tomorrow’s statehood march break through the protest clutter? (WaTimes)

Civil liberties lawsuit over Gales shelter deal is settled (Post)

”Feet in the Street” tomorrow in Fort Dupont Park (TBD)

Family of Ali Mohammed, who died outside DC9, is suing the club (City Desk)

How the structure of government contracts discourages local businesses (Repbuilding Place)

Peirce Mill reopens tomorrow (Examiner)

Why us media folks are so concerned about police radio encryption (RCFP)

Will new General Services department “operate more like a large corporation than like a massive government agency”? (WBJ)

Taking note of D.C.’s Youth Court, the nation’s largest (NYT)

Metro board scales down its lunches (Examiner)

Two stabbed in Columbia Heights in apparent afternoon robbery attempt (Crime Scene)

Vince Gray not eager to revisit income tax hike (Loose Lips)

What the Greatergreaterocracy has to say about Metro names (GGW)

Washington Teachers’ Union wants more streamlined grievance procedure in new contract (WAMU-FM)

EHN: escargot purist (Young & Hungry)