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D.C.'s Most Exciting Suburb; Beatle Venue Mania

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SILVER SPRING — Curbed readers voted Silver Spring, D.C.'s most exciting suburb. Here are some of its more exciting features and six places that you can buy there now.

FOXHALL — Some young woman is modeling in eight of the listing photos for this home. Come see the weird Instagram-esque photo shoot for yourself.

NOMA — Tuesday was the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first American concert. Here's the history of the building they played in, Washington Coliseum, and a look at what's there now.

CHINATOWN — Here are the renderings presented by the three finalists for the MLK Library renovation.

U STREET — Take a look at this new rendering of condo/retail project The Shay's east building.

ATLAS DISTRICT — The entire Hopscotch Bridge will have to be replaced in five years which could mean rerouting the streetcar.

SNOW PHOTOGRAPHY — Readers and Curbed staff sent in their photos from yesterday's snowstorm. For good measure, here's a photo of a streetcar in the snow from 1940.

U STREET — What stipulations would you be willing to put up with if the end result was moving in two blocks from 14th & U?

LOGAN CIRCLE VS COLUMBIA HEIGHTS — This week's Real Estate Death Match sees the rematch of these two neighborhoods. Right now, the Logan Circle condo is decimating the townhouse from Harvard Lofts but there's still time to place your vote.

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