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Afternoon Shots: January 6
Washington braces for the polar vortex, crowdfunding for Dino’s, and more to shiver about tonight. By Benjamin Freed
Brrr! Image via Shutterstock.
Comments () | Published January 6, 2014

Tuesday is set to be the coldest day in Washington in two decades, with a forecasted high temperature of 15 degrees—if we’re lucky. [Post]

If you see or know anyone in the District who is homeless tonight call 800-535-7252 to get them to a shelter.

Man is charged with killing his wife, allegedly over a cable bill, in DC’s first homicide of 2014. [Post]

Metro introduces its newest rail cars, going into service later this year. [Capital Comment]

Owners of now-shuttered Dino’s are trying to crowdfund their next restaurant. [Best Bites]

Washington was named America’s gayest city. [The Advocate]

 The new trailer for House of Cards has more hints of Frank doing very bad things. [Netflix]

Giant panda cub Bao Bao made her media debut today. [@washingtonian]

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