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>> The Washington Post features Mamistad, a D.C.-area support group that links first-time pregnant women with each other based on location, due date and post-baby career plans, and its founder this Mother’s Day weekend.
>> The founder of Mother’s Day didn’t like the commercialization of the holiday. The Post explains why Anna Jarvis came to resent the holiday she started.
>> Looks like Gov. Martin O’Malley won’t make an appearance on this Sunday’s Meet the Press. The Post reports that NBC booked JP Morgan’s Chief Executive Jamie Dimon instead to discuss his company’s recent $2 billion trading loss. O’Malley originally was booked to discuss same-sex marriage and the 2012 presidential elections.
>> DC United also experienced a loss yesterday 1-0 at an away game against Houston Dynamo, failing to “spoil” Houston’s party. The Post reports that yesterday’s game was also the formal opening of Houston’s BBVA Compass Stadium.
>> The Nationals won 2-1 against the Cincinnati Reds last night. The Post reports more injuries for the home team.