Pull that cord. (ISTOCK)

In other news:

Gray in Georgetown: Down on GU campus plan, up on “the community” (Dish, The Hoya)

U Street is a great street (WTOP)

MLK Library is open on Sundays, but it has fewer new books (DCist)

Another Peaceoholics audit? (WaTimes, Examiner)

No Ben’s for a week (Post)

D.C. cops prep for potentially large protests (WaTimes)

Eleanor Holmes Norton moves on insurance tax shelter plan touted by Gray (City Desk)

Where this year’s murders are (Homicide Watch)

Charlotte’s fake Metro (DCist)

Metro needs to crack the whip on bike vandals (GGW)

Congress is treating the District OK for now. Is it the civil disobedience? Or the Democratic Senate? (Examiner)

Supremes will hear D.C. man’s GPS surveillance case on Nov. 8 (DCist)

Georgia Avenue’s heritage trail takes shape (PoP)

Kevin B. Chavous is tough on unemployment and kidney disease (Loose Lips)

Anne Chambers Gay, principal and champion of children with special needs (Post)

Got any ideas for Walter Reed’s oldest building? (Housing Complex)

Chief Judge Lee Satterfield talks domestic violence (WUSA-TV)

Invasive trees removed from Hardy Middle School property (Patch)

An historic district for Southwest? (LQTC)