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Afternoon Shots: November 11

Tuesday could feature the season’s first snowfall.

Washington might see a few snowflakes tomorrow. Nothing this bad, though. Photograph by Flickr user bobistraveling.

In Virginia’s still-undecided attorney general election, Republican Mark Obenshain’s lead over Democrat Mark Herring is down to just 17 votes. [Richmond Times-Dispatch]

Home prices went up throughout the Washington area in October, with a regional median price of $380,000. Falls Church continues to be the most expensive place to live, with a median home price of $590,000. [Real Estate Business Intelligence]

Washington Hospital Center is going to lay off more than 200 employees after decreases in admissions and Medicaid payments. [Post]

There is a lot of television being made about the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. [Capital Comment]

It could snow on Tuesday. Really. [Capital Weather Gang]

JetBlue protests proposed US Airways-American Airlines merger with cheap fares out of Reagan National Airport. [JetBlue]

Here’s a nutty article arguing that cyclists are gradually eroding the rights of drivers. [Weekly Standard]

Whiskey tastings, bike parties, and other things to do this week. [After Hours]

Happy hour of the day: Wine, beer, margaritas, and nachos for $5 each at Mi Cocina (5471 Wisconsin Ave., NW) from 5 to 7 PM, and again after 9. [Best Bites]

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