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#DMVReads: The Best of the Blogs

David Stupakov, 3, learns to put flowers he has just picked into vases in the summer program at Crossway Community Montessori School in Kensington. (Dayna Smith/FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

#DMVReads, is a feature designed to help readers share the best local stories with one another. Share your favorite local story of the day with the hashtag #DMVReads, and we’ll feature the best in a lunchtime blog post.

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Every Friday afternoon our #DMVReads picks, we highlight five of the best stories from the local blogosphere. If you have a local blog post you’d like to be considered, submit the link here.

Now, on to the top blog posts from the past week:

– Maryland Reporter begins a series examining the current state of charter schools in Maryland with a look at why the laws governing them are problematic.

– Restonian reports that in spite of Metro construction in the area drawing near, demand for commercial development space is slowing.

– Georgetown Metropolitan notes that in an effort to inject some life into the neighborhood restaurant scene, there are up to three easily available right now.

Riggo’s Rag takes a closer look at two very recent off-season additions to the Redskins coaching staff.

– Capital Spice tempts the taste buds of all local carnivores and BBQ fans alike with a preview of the upcoming DC Meat Week.

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