News & Politics

The Morning Buzz

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

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Brr! A chilly winter morning on this Veteran's Day, Washington. Be sure to check out Metro's schedule—since it's a holiday, they'll be running on a Saturday schedule. Bundle up—temps will drop into the 30s tonight.

You know what's causing the real buzz? Our piece on where the Obama girls might attend school in DC. We suggested that Maret was a stop contender—but plenty of folks disagree. Make sure to weigh in in the comments  section

And don't forget to ask Todd Kliman all your food and dining questions today at 11. Another good chance to chat is coming up, when Spike Mendelsohn of Top Chef and Good Stuff Eatery comes in Thursday AM to weigh in on the latest season of Top Chef.

Looks like Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe will be running for governor of Virginia.

It's the Appetite Stimulus Plan! Metrocurean reports that OpenTable is launching a program that looks a lot like Restaurant Week, in that certain restaurants will be offering $24 three-course lunches and $35 three-course dinners from November 17-21.

Capital Spice has the heads up on some upcoming Beaujolais Nouveau parties.