The Night Note: 11/05/10

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By Brendan Williams-Kief
|  Friday, Nov 5, 2010  |  Updated 6:23 PM EDT
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The Night Note: Bobby Flay and Political Gridlock

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DALE CITY MAN CHARGED WITH SEX ASSAULT AT CHURCH
Inside NoVA: "A Dale City man was charged Wednesday with inappropriately touching a 12-year-old girl at their church.

German Enrique Canelas Najera, 23, of 4633 Evansdale Road, is charged with two counts of sexual battery and one count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, Prince William police spokesman Jonathan Perok said.

Around 9:50 p.m. Wednesday police were called to the La Gloria Church at 13430 Millwood Drive in Woodbridge for an assault, Perok said."

ELECTION'S UPSIDE MIGHT BE GRIDLOCK
The Gazette: "The Republican takeover of the U.S. House of Representatives in Tuesday's elections probably will benefit Maryland businesses and the economy, including the likely repeal of new form 1099 rules, analysts and state business leaders said.

With the GOP controlling the House and Democrats retaining a majority in the Senate, gridlock is expected, which many corporate executives welcome, as they think it will reduce the level of political activity affecting businesses, said Anirban Basu, chairman and CEO of Baltimore economic and policy consulting firm Sage Policy Group. He sees a parallel between 1994 and now, although in '94 Republicans gained majorities in both the House and Senate."

BOBBY FLAY BURGER JOINT COMING TO DC
Washington Business Journal: "After months of shopping around in the D.C. area, chef Bobby Flay has signed a lease to bring his burger concept to 2121 K St. NW.

Flay has leased 3,800 square feet for the restaurant, according to broker Tom Papadopoulos, who represented the restaurateur. A portion of the space was formerly Mr. K's Restaurant. Bobby's Burger Palace has five locations throughout the U.S. The D.C. location will likely open by spring.

Flay is still on the hunt for additional locations, mostly in the suburbs, Papadopoulos said."
 

FBI TO MILITARY SHOOTER: CALL US
WTOP/AP: "FBI investigators have a simple message for the shooter who has hit the Pentagon, a Marine museum and two military recruiting stations in the Washington area: Call us.

Authorities want to talk to the person they believe may have a gripe with the Marine Corps. The museum near the Marine Corps Base in Quantico was struck twice and one of the recruiting stations hit was a Marine outfit."

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