- WABA is making progress on the EOTR campaign, but they still need help.
- Kate Ryan catches up with the Kohl's who campaigned vigorously for the Negligent Homicide bill that passed both the MD house and senate this week. Though they're glad the bill passed, it isn't a win to them. Since losing their son Conner because of a speeding driver, they've been living a life sentence, even if the driver hasn't.
- GGW debates the merits of the Living Social membership sale. Most people think it was a good move. Speaking of moving, they've been moving docks (20 in all) to high use areas to address need. That's docks, not stations. The bad news though, the Rosslyn stations won't be going in this week as previously promised. I blame Charlie Sheen.
- Lorenzo Alexander, a Redskin outside linebacker, is hosting his second annual charity bicycle ride on the W&OD trail in Reston. Last year's Ride to Provide raised $10,000 for impoverished women and orphans in Africa. Several other Redskins will be there as will some media personalities.