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Thinking about the World Cup, Taco Bell’s Quesarito and more

United States’ Michael Bradley, left, pushes Ghana’s Andre Ayew away from the ball during the group G World Cup soccer match between Ghana and the United States at the Arena das Dunas in Natal, Brazil, Monday, June 16, 2014. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

Wrecking ball The Virginia rendezvous point where Bob Woodward met with “Deep Throat,” aka Mark Felt, is going to be torn down. And that’s the saddest I’ll ever feel about the destruction of a parking garage. —Ken Miller, associate editor

Marching on I’ve seen Guided By Voices at least once a year since the indie rockers reunited in 2010, and after road-tripping for three shows last weekend, I’m ready to declare the latest version—with Kevin March back in the drum seat—the hardest-hitting yet. —Spencer Patterson, managing editor

USA! USA! Call it what you want—football, soccer, the beautiful game—the World Cup is here and it’s glorious. I don’t expect our boys to win it all, but so far I’m damn proud of their efforts—and of the passionate fans making Brazil feel a bit more like home. —Sarah Feldberg, editor

LameArito Turning a waffle into a taco was clever. I’ll give you that, Taco Bell. But the Quesarito? It’s just a burrito with extra cheese. It’s a lame gimmick (and I’ll take two). —Erin Ryan, staff writer

Let’s talk Many local musicians weren’t in the know last week when Downtown Project held a town hall with local musicians. A for effort, DTP, but did Target run out of invitations? —Leslie Ventura, calendar editor

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