H Street will be hopping Saturday. And, this year, no construction barrels! (Linda Davidson/THE WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Natwar Gandhi needs to cough up details about chief appraiser’s hire (Post editorial)

Educare, massive new early education center, opens in Kenilworth-Parkside (D.C. Schools Insider, WaTimes)

Michael Brown: “There is no higher ethics than blowing the whistle on your own organization.” (Examiner)

Murderer’s appeal hinges on the glasses he wore to court (Legal Times)

Tommy Wells’s idea of a romantic getaway: The Channel Inn (Hill Rag)

Looking for cut-rate downtown real estate? Jeff Thompson can help you out. (Loose Lips)

Thompson might still have his Medicaid contract a year from now, after D.C. decides to extend current contracts (WBJ)

Hank’s has its full patio back (Borderstan, City Paper)

Man found shot to death in Riggs Park home (Crime Scene, WaTimes)

DMV sends ticket for Dodge to New Jersey owner of London taxi (Dr. Gridlock)

City employees driving city vehicles get camera tickets, too (WJLA-TV)

CareFirst’s reserves could again be at issue after court challenges city agency’s ruling (WBJ)

Help Adam Eidinger find his remote-control helicopter (City Paper, DCist)

Ribbon-cutting today for Anacostia High renovation (WTOP)

Audit will ensure city contractors are paying their taxes (WBJ)

Businesses are pushing back hard on health insurance exchange plan (WBJ)

City and nonprofit collaborate on app to help college students report sexual assaults (Crime Scene)

Health inspectors take issue with Georgetown student dining hall (Vox Populi)

Bike lanes on the Potomac rail bridge? (BeyondDC)

Weigh in on Circulator changes next Tuesday (Dr. Gridlock)

“What age is okay for kids to ride Metro alone?” (GGW)

Beware those “Parking Enforcememt” trucks (PoP)