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Afternoon Shots: November 6
What you need to know tonight. By Benjamin Freed
Photograph courtesy of the National Zoo.
Comments () | Published November 6, 2013

After years of rumors, Whole Foods Market is coming to  H Street, Northeast, in 2016. And maybe to Walter Reed, too. [Open House]

Ken Cuccinelli's supporters say he might have won if he'd had more time to campaign against the Affordable Care Act. [Slate]

Adam Kokesh, the flamboyant gun-rights activist who released a video of himself very illegally loading a shotgun while standing in DC's Freedom Plaza on July 4, finally pleaded guilty today to get out of jail. [Post]

The National Zoo made its tiger cubs take a swim test today. Adorable for us humans, not so pleasant for the tigers. [YouTube]

Washington is ranked the seventh "most walkable" city in the United States. [Washington Business Journal]

Happy hour of the day: Colorado-based Oskar Blues Brewery takes over the tap lines at the Big Hunt (1345 Connecticut Ave., NW).

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