Morning Buzz

Happy Monday, Washington! Here's what we're reading around the Web this AM.
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Photo by Flickr user Michael Foley 

Election Day's tomorrow—as if you need any more reminders—so make plans to head to one of the many election-night watch parties happening around town. A drinking game to consider: Take a shot every time McCain pulls ahead. 

Fro-yo alert! PQ Living is reporting that the frozen yogurt shop Tangysweet is opening a new store at Seventh and E streets, Northwest. The shop currently has a Dupont Circle location that we reported about.   

WJLA has a story this morning about forty-four-year-old Willie Powell of Brentwood who saved five people, including four children, from their burning house yesterday afternoon. The news site has dubbed him a "good Samaritan."

Breaking news: Fashion Faux Pax at Michel Richard's Citronelle Enrages Maitre d’, Diners. The Washington City Paper has the full story

Columbia Heights residents—rejoice! Prince of Petworth notes that starting today, Pete's Apizza will be open for breakfast starting at 7 AM.  

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