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by Andrea Swalec — December 3, 2014 at 9:10 am 1 Comment

U.S. Capitol building (Photo via Flickr/cedwardbrice)

Ferguson Protest at Union Station — People protesting the Ferguson grand jury decision caused at least one entrance to Union Station to be temporarily closed starting at about 6:30 last night (Tuesday). [WJLA and Twitter]

Rose’s Luxury Reservation Scalped Online — A New Year’s Eve reservation at Rose’s Luxury was posted on Craigslist for $200. The top-rated restaurant usually doesn’t take reservations but is hosting a $95 prix-fixe meal. [Washington City Paper]

Potomac Avenue Metro Area Redesign — The District Department of Transportation is considering three design options for the busy intersection of Pennsylvania and Potomac avenues SE: an oval, a square and a triangle. [Greater Greater Washington]

Capitol Christmas Tree — The Capitol Christmas Tree was lit in a ceremony last night. The 88-foot white spruce was trucked in a week and a half ago from Minnesota. [Twitter]

Photo via Flickr/cedwardbrice

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    I was in support of the Ferguson Grand Jury decision, but with yet another protest in DC impeding my freedom of movement I now see the light. Not.

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