The Morning Buzz

Good morning, Washington! Here's what we're reading around the web this AM.

By now, you probably know that Deborah Jeane Palfrey, aka the DC Madam, was found dead in Florida yesterday. Here's our report of her appearance in DC last year.

Ready for Cinco de Mayo? We are. Here's our handy guide.

With prom in the air at area high schools, we wondered: What was prom night like for our power players, pundits, and socialites? Find out here.

Have you heard about Learnapalooza? If not, you should–you might learn something brand new. It's a one-day event on May 10 where you can learn anything, teach anything—or do both. Free workshops on all subjects imaginable will be taking place all over Washington.

Metblogs takes a trip around town and encounters some riddles. Maybe you can fill them in.

Reports the Business Journal: "Magic Johnson's Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund and Donatelli Development have nailed down a $53 million construction loan from Citi Community Capital for an apartment and townhouse development in Columbia Heights."

DCist is talking the future of Metro, and we like what we see.

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