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There was no peace on the streets of Trinidad this week. Nope, not gang violence or civil unrest. There was a generator. A really loud generator. Leave it to WRC-TV reporter Pat Collins to tell this story.

In other news:

There’s a reason why Linda Cropp once wanted to keep the press out of D.C. Council breakfast meetings (Post)

Taxi drivers sue the city (AP, Examiner, DCist, Legal Times, HuffPo D.C.)

Budget cuts lead to 10 layoffs at child-welfare agency (Post)

Can corporate sponsors fund Bikeshare expansion? (HuffPost D.C.)

Federal judge weighs in on Montgomery Blair Sibley’s bid to avoid signing an affidavit: “Simply put, plaintiff need not seek to participate in the district’s budding medical marijuana industry.” (Courthouse News)

In case you didn’t get enough income-tax hike coverage (Post, WBJ, WAMU-FM, WTTG-TV, AP, HuffPo D.C., WTOP, DCist, WRC-TV, Examiner)

The DCPS educator gala got emotional (D.C. Schools Insider)

Now WTU VP Candi Peterson is suing President Nathan Saunders (Examiner)

Jim Graham makes the case against TANF curbs (HuffPo D.C)

Former city real estate director Robin-Eve Jasper will head the NoMa BID (@OConnellPostbiz, WBJ, CityBiz)

Jonetta Rose Barras crowns ambitious Tommy Wells as “ethics king” (Examiner)

It’s not just Georgetown: American University’s neighbors also stand accused of ANC gerrymandering (GGW)

We’d like to see the jury questionnaires from the Ingmar Guandique trial (Legal Times)

Michelle Rhee still talking about how much her kids suck at soccer (Chattanooga Times Free Press)

Should the city directly handle ANC finances? (Pebuilding Place)

More on the David Grosso campaign (The Hoya)

Is it fair to ask a political candidate about her recent motherhood? (Georgetown Dish)

D.C.’s “defining” sammich? You certainly could do worse than Horace and Dickie’s. The Mangialardo G-Man is in the running, though. Maybe even a Deli City reuben. (Young & Hungry)