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Afternoon Shots: November 13
LivingSocial is still broken, Oprah wants you to buy a $250,000 elephant canopy, and more to know tonight. By Benjamin Freed
Comments () | Published November 13, 2013

Only 106,000 people have purchased health insurance on the state and federal exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act. The White House originally projected half a million people would enroll. [Post]

The Verizon Center will host the 2016 ACC men's basketball tournament. Maryland will have decamped to the Big 10 by then, so area couches should be safe from celebratory burning. [ACC]

LivingSocial is still offline as of this post. [Capital Comment]

A local developer wants to build an open-air Asian food market in Chinatown, but historic preservation advocates are fighting the plans. [Capital Business]

This is kind of a big deal: The Newseum's Anchorman exhibit opens tomorrow. [After Hours]

For just $250,000, you can buy the National Zoo's elephant herd an Oprah Winfrey-approved high-tech canopy. [National Zoo]

Could Burberry be moving to CityCenter next year? [Shop Around]

Happy hour of the day: smoked meats from Jerkface Jerky and smoked beers from Cleveland's Great Lakes Brewing Company at Smoke & Barrel (2471 18th St., NW).

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