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Much Anticipated "Range" Opens Tonight — Celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio's 14,000-square-foot restaurant in the Chevy Chase Pavilion (5335 Wisconsin Ave.) will open tonight. Don't get too excited, it's booked through December. [Washington Post] Lot 31 Blasting To Stop, For Now — Construction blasting at the Lot 31 site caught many off guard a few weeks back. Clark Construction says the blasting will stop until after Jan. 1 as crews clear blasted rock and continue excavating to make room for an underground parking garage. County Admits It Must Incentivize Companies To Stick Around — Montgomery County Director of Economic Development Steve Silverman says the county will have to continue giving tax breaks, grants and other incentives to big companies lured by the cheaper office space of Fairfax County. [The Gazette] Flickr photo by Bill in DC

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