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Top D.C. news: Mo Willems' popular children's book; man breaks into Subway, makes a sandwich; more

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By Hoodline - Published on September 06, 2019.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Washington.

JP Finlay’s winding path from Washington football fan to beat writer

The Montgomery County native went from insurance salesman to one of the most prominent local beat writers covering the Redskins.

Read the full story on Washington City Paper.

Mo Willems' book, now a musical, premiering at the Kennedy Center this fall 

Here's what you can expect from the "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!" writer's two-year residency at the Kennedy Center.

Read the full story on washingtonian.

U.S., China agree to restart trade talks in Washington as new tariffs loom

China’s Commerce Ministry said in a statement Thursday that its trade representatives will fly to Washington in early October to resume stalled trade talks with the United States, The Washington Post reports.

Read the full story on Axios.

Man breaks into Subway shop, makes his own sandwich

An apparently hungry thief broke into a Subway shop in the 1700 block of G Street NW near George Washington University overnight, jumped over the counter and made himself a sandwich. 

Read the full story on NBC LA.


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