Don't Forget About Bike to Work Day: In case you forgot, all those two-wheelers are out there for Bike to Work Day.
Area Family Splits Over Prophesied Rapture: A family from Middleton, Maryland, faces a split among its members over the prophesied rapture that some say will take place this Saturday. [New York Times]
Georgetown Gets More Cupcakes: Georgetown Whole Foods breaks into the cupcake market. Because it's so hard to get a cupcake in this town. [TBD]
New Puck Place in Washington: Wolfgang Puck has signed an agreement to take over the Sunset Room at National Harbor. [Washington Business Journal]
WaPo's Stock Put on Watch: Standard and Poor has put The Washington Post Company on "Watch Negative," meaning they estimate the company's stock has the potential to lose value. This is likely because the company's higher education arm, Kaplan, faces tightened regulation from the Department of Education. [Washington Business Journal]
Montgomery County Labor Fight Ahead: The Montgomery County Council voted to cut $33 million from county employees' benefits packages, a move that is sure to provoke a fight between the county and the unions. [Washington Post]
Gas Prices Don't Stop Memorial Day Weekenders: Apparently higher gas prices aren't stopping y'all from traveling over Memorial Day weekend. [Washington Post]