Viola Drath's home, site of dinner parties and her murder (Marvin Joseph/WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

H.R. Crawford’s veteran housing is pretty dismal (Housing Complex)

D.C.’s Hispanic population has migrated north (Examiner)

Most of the city’s young adults are white (WaTimes)

Tom Sherwood: “We’d like to see the city’s elected leaders honor King by moving more quickly to clean up the ethics mess that shrouds our city politics.” (WRC-TV)

Chuck Thies: Time for Kwame Brown to give up the education committee (G’town Dish)

More on the anti-climactic Peaceoholics audit (Post, Loose Lips)

The Old Post Office Pavilion murder victim remains a Jane Doe (Homicide Watch)

Former fire station yours for $700K (Curbed)

It took Cathy Lanier to get this guy’s busted-down door fixed (GGW)

Georgetown: chain-store theme park? (Post)

District’s in Secure Communities, like it or not (Examiner)

What happens after a charter school closes (WAMU-FM)

Kaya Henderson reaches out to LGBTland (Metro Weekly)

Cherry Red Productions: Gone for good (Arts Desk)