Elsewhere in The Washington Post:

— Redskin Evan Royster and Giants linebacker Adrian Tracy were among the scenesters at a downtown nightclub in the hours before a man was shot there.

— That was fast: Tim Geithner has already sold his Bethesda home. (Earlier: Geithner puts home on market)

“Perhaps we can now stipulate that 9/11 has earned a permanent “too soon” status when it comes to exploiting potent visual iconography in the name of pop entertainment.”

Ann Hornaday on “Olympus Has Fallen,” which shows the Washington Monument crumbling under a terrorist assault.

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