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Afternoon Shots: January 24
Small-plates hysteria reaches new heights, the National Zoo has a new, non-panda arrival, and more to feast on this weekend. By Benjamin Freed
Comments () | Published January 24, 2014

Virginia Williams, mother of former DC Mayor Anthony Williams, died Thursday in Los Angeles at 87. [Post]

DC mayoral candidate Jack Evans went on the radio and compared Mayor Vince Gray to Richard Nixon. [Loose Lips]

A former Senate staffer who was arrested on child porn charges was found dead in an apparent suicide. [Capital Comment]

Netflix premieres a new documentary about Mitt Romney tonight, in case it’s too damn cold to go out. [After Hours]

Small-plate insanity has reached the point where there is now an exhibit about small plates. [After Hours]

Now before the United Nations: the name of our local NFL team. [Capital Comment]

Move over, panda. The National Zoo just marked the birth of an even more endangered species—this Micronesian Kingfisher:

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