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Week Around The Ists

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DCist had a fine time poking fun at its neighbors to the north and south this week, as a non-descript group of large white letters spelling out "LOVE" in Dupont Circle ended up being an advertisement for Virginia tourism, Fairfax County’s Board of Supervisors came up with some truly unoriginal names for several new Metro stations, and Maryland’s Preakness Stakes unveiled "Kegasus" -- a marketing abomination that might just signal the end of civilization as we know it.

Elsewhere in the ist-a-verse...