Capital Pride Wraps: This weekend was the culmination of DC's Capital Pride celebration, with the annual Pride Parade. NBC Washington estimates more than 200,000 turned out for the parade. If you missed it, City Paper, Borderstan, and Prince of Petworth all have pictures.
Power Outages Follow Storms: The severe thunderstorms that rolled through the metro area Sunday night caused several major power outages. As of 9 AM Monday, Pepco is reporting that 855 customers remain without power.
Arlington Schools Face Overcrowding: WAMU takes a look at rising enrollments in Arlington Public Schools. Is this the inevitable result when local schools are routinely ranked among the best in the nation? Twelve portable classrooms were added to the school system last year to handle additional students, and 28 more have been added this year, according to WAMU.
Alcohol Deliveries May Begin in PG County: The Liquor Control Board in Prince George's County is considering a proposal to allow beer, wine, and liquor deliveries from local stores. This decision comes from recent laws Governor Martin O'Malley signed allowing direct shipments from wineries to Maryland homes. Ben Giles at the Washington Examiner writes, "the delivery of local alcohol could be the next logical step for liquor stores to follow suit." Public hearings on the issue will take place on June 28.
Northern Virginia College Student Killed: 20-year-old Christopher Cummings was shot and killed over the weekend near the campus of Old Dominion University in Norfolk in an incident in which another student was also seriously wounded. Cummings is the nephew of Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings, WJLA reports. Norfolk police are investigating the case, but suspect it may be a "random attack."
Nude Bike Ride in DC: NBC Washington reports that about a dozen cyclists rode (mostly) nude through the city on Saturday for the fifth annual Nude Bike Ride.