News & Politics

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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Benjamin Freed joined Washingtonian in August 2013 and covers politics, business, and media. He was previously the editor of DCist and has also written for Washington City Paper, the New York Times, the New Republic, Slate, and BuzzFeed. He lives in Adams Morgan.

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