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Every Song for Every City, Mapped; The Mushroom House Sells

All the news from Curbed DC this week.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — This map of all the songs about D.C. is the cartographic mixtape you've been waiting for.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Want to rent in Washington, D.C.? See what you can get for $1,600/month.

CHEVY CHASE — This eco-conscious abode comes with two rooftop gardens and close to a net-zero environmental footprint.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A Redskins stadium in the District? No thanks, says everyone.

CHEVY CHASE — What are the pros and cons of having a bathtub in your bedroom?

CAPITOL HILL — After years of delays, the Hine Junior High School is going to begin demolition this month.

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS — Washington, D.C.'s first permanent supportive housing project, La Casa, won an American Institute of Architects award.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Somehow, D.C. wasn't in first place for worst city to drive in. It's in second place.

WESLEY HEIGHTS — David Gregory, the host of NBC's Meet the Press, just landed his $2.5 million single-family home on the market.

BETHESDA — Bethesda's weirdest home, the Mushroom House, was sold for $920,000.