“Oil man” Justin Green waits for train at Southern Avenue Metro Station. Green works from sunrise to sunset selling fragrant oils, mainly on the Green Line. (Yue Wu/The Washington Post)

For a young man looking to support a family with a criminal record and little job experience outside of the drug trade, making ends meet is not a simple task. So more than a few, the Post’s Robert Samuels reports, have turned to slinging fragrant oils on the street and on the Metro — $10 a vial for scents with names like Sexual Sugar Daddy, Amber White, Rihanna and Michelle Obama. It’s hardly lucrative work: Former drug dealer Justin Green says he clears only $1,200 a month being an “oil man,” but it’s a business that fits his skill set. “I learned to sell a product that people need,” Green says. “And I learned how to use a three-beam scale. It’s useful when it comes to measuring out oil in the bottle.”

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Some Virginia Avenue Tunnel neighbors say enough with the delays; rebuild it already (Post)

Where will the Winter Classic be held? Still to be determined (PostWTOP)

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D.C. Council delegation to Las Vegas real estate convention included staffers, too — pushing overall tab over $30,000 (WUSA-TV)

Muriel Bowser’s message to techies: Don’t expect a lot of big policy changes (Capital Business)

Jack Evans appears to have been, quite forthrightly, editing his Wikipedia page (Loose Lips)

Vincent Orange stands up for his oversight record (Post column)

Comparing the Shaw-NoMa grocery cornucopia (Capital Business)

Hine redevelopment as a “failure of the political process … characterized by manipulation, dissembling, conflict of interest, and a cozy relationship” between city and developers (Capitol Hill Corner)

Mary’s Center says it has spent $400,000 caring for refugee kids from Central America (WBJ)

With Obamacare funding at stake, District and life insurers trade briefs on constitutionality of insurance tax (WBJ)

FBI employee’s traffic citation will be resolved in U.S. District Court (Post)

Proposed DDOT rules would guarantee safe passage for pedestrians and cyclists during construction (WBJ)

More on tattoo artists’ backlash against latest proposed regulations (ExaminerWTOP)

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Suspect arrested in shooting that wounded six people in Southwest; second suspect sought (Post)

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Gun lawyer Alan Gura asks D.C. to pay $54,000 in legal fees (WAMU-FM)

Muriel Bowser takes Montreal (@MurielBowser)

And David Catania takes a shot at Bowser (@DavidCataniaDC)

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Twitter briefly refused to allow D.C. condom ads (Washingtonian)

Auto theft is at an all-time low in the region, AAA says (AP)

Reader on Marion Barry: “I wonder how many ordinary citizens are or have been granted the same leniency by the Department of Motor Vehicles” (Post letter)

Leading the latest round of D.C. economic indicators: Private job growth continues to outstrip government job losses (WBJ)

Jimmy’s Tire is gone (PoPville)