A typical evening at the Wilson pool (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

Has past been prologue for Michael Brown? (Post op-ed)

The Greyhound bus terminal’s days are numbered (Capital Business)

Chuck Thies: “Our house-of-ethics is on fire and we need to douse the flames, now. Sadly, the only fire company is the D.C. Council.” (G’town Dish)

Start by killing “pernicious” constituent service funds? (Post editorial)

Richard Sarles opts against deserting Metro (Dr. Gridlock)

The case for Vincent Gray’s budget veto (DCFPI)

Capital Bikeshare works to solve its helmet problem (WRC-TV)

D.C.’s edge in attracting young entrepreneurs: Adams Morgan (Capital Business)

Happy 20th birthday to the Web (Wired)