Afternoon Shots: November 4

What you need to know tonight.

Jury in Miami convicts suspect of second-degree murder in 2007 death of Redskins’ Sean Taylor. [Miami Herald]

Pentagon cancels “Early Bird” news digest after 65 years. [Los Angeles Times]

Omaha and Jersey City compete with Washington for millennials. [The Atlantic Cities]

Attorney Paul Zukerberg wants to run for DC attorney general, but first he has to make the election happen. [Capital Comment]

Local design firms put their employees in front-window displays. [Capital Business]

The search continues for video memories of the original 9:30 Club. [Washington City Paper]

TaKorean to open second brick-and-mortar shop in Navy Yard. [Best Bites]

Will they float? National Zoo’s Sumatran tiger cubs to take swim test on Wednesday.

Happy hour of the day: Mike Isabella’s Greek restaurant Kapnos starts weekday specials with $5 draft beer, $5 appetizers, $7 cocktails.


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