Good morning. Are you feeling younger this morning? Washington D.C. certainly is, as the census tells us that almost one-third of the population is in its 20s or 30s. They mostly live in the center of the city, as this graphic shows.


A friend has been repeatedly outbid this spring on houses as he and his wife try to buy a home. But here’s help, courtesy of Federal Eye blogger Ed O’Keefe: In downtown Bethesda, at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Old Georgetown Road, there’s a property, although at 121,299-square feet it might be a smidge too large; but there’s a database of others (lots in our area).


Capitals center Matt Hendricks consoles goalie Michal Neuvirth after the loss. (Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post)

We jumped the pinata on Cinco de Mayo on Wednesday, but hey, that just gives us a chance to go out for more margaritas and music! Take the Going Out Gurus’ advice and join us tonight.