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Northwest One: The new school library at Walker-Jones Elementary opened today. Mayor Fenty, Tommy Wells and ANC6C02 commisioner Mark Dixon were in attendance for the ribbon cutting. [CCCA]

Judiciary Square: Metro is testing new lighting at Judiciary Square’s F Street Entrance [Greater Greater Washington]

New York Ave: USDOT director Ray LaHood spreads the word of sober driving this holiday season. The historic white Victorian rowhouses on the 500 block of L Street NW are in the background. [Welcome to the Fast Lane]


Mount Vernon Square: Kent Boese highlights a 1927 photograph of Reservation 176 at the intersection of 7th, K Street, and New York Avenue, NW. [Greater Greater Washington]

Franklin Square: Cary Silverman shares photos from a recent open house at the historic Franklin School at 13th and K. [The Other 35 Percent]

Mount Vernon Triangle: Yet another DC Food blog reviews the new Taylor Gourmet location at City Vista. [DCFUD]

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    T. Ross says

    That wasn't the school library that was opened today, it was a new D.C. Public Library branch! Stuffed full of the latest books, movies, etc. plus wi-fi, etc.