5 Things To Know This AM — May 17 2012

See what some notable architects would design for D.C. if money, space, and height restrictions were no object. (The Washington Post)
The Smithsonian has announced the cultures featured in this year's Folklife Festival, and one of them is right here at home: Art & Creativity East of the Anacostia River. (Smithsonian Folklife Festival)
Get inspired by these snapshots from what looks like a sweet (and ultra-stylish) honeymoon in Europe. We'll take one now, please. (Loving.Living.Small)
Taylor Gourmet's 14th Street location got the "Obama Bump" yesterday when the President came in to get a hoagie. He ordered the Spruce Street turkey sandwich, and highlighted small business legislation. (Huffington Post)
After playing the Black Cat this week, indie band Here We Go Magic picked up a hitchhiker — who just happened to be Baltimore film director/kitsch legend John Waters. (DCist)
Photo: Via Loving.Living.Small

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