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Retail Experts Weigh In on Rockville Town Square’s Struggles; Is Holton-Arms Grad Julia Louis-Dreyfus the Queen of the Sitcom?; Metro Schedules Hearing for Possible Rate Hikes

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Retail experts offer insight into why the Rockville Town Square development has been struggling for years

Competition, location and structured parking are among the list of factors that retail experts say are contributing to Rockville Town Square’s struggles. [Washington Business Journal]

Metro schedules public hearing and offers online survey for commuters to weigh in on fare changes

A public hearing is set for Oct. 23 at Metro headquarters and an online survey is available through 9 a.m. Oct. 24 for Metro riders to weigh in on plans that could end free parking on weekends and holidays and raise fares for large events like presidential inaugurations, championship parades and large protests. [WTOP]

Is Holton-Arms grad Julia Louis-Dreyfus the Queen of the Sitcom?

From her stint on Saturday Night Live through her years on Seinfeld and Veep, the actress, who graduated from Holton-Arms in Bethesda, has demonstrated her talent for comedy. [The Washington Post]

Attorney general candidates clash on policy and some personal matters at debate

Attorney General Brian Frosh, a Democrat, and his Republican challenger clashed over policies  Wednesday night at a debate sponsored by the University of Maryland Carey School of Law. [Maryland Matters]

Today’s weather 

The day starts off chilly with lows in the 30s, but temperatures will gradually climb, reaching the low 60s by late afternoon. It will be sunny with no chance of precipitation. Tonight, temperatures will drop slightly to the mid 50s. There’s a 60 percent chance of precipitation late in the evening.
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