The District is an early-rising town, and this local newsletter, which goes out at 7:30 a.m. during the workweek, knows it. But beyond providing the convenience of reading aggregated content on Metro or while drinking your morning coffee, it’s a well-curated cross-section of D.C.’s media market, pulling articles from the Washington Post, yours truly, and various other outlets. 730DC, whose organizers keep a low-profile, has the trappings one would expect of millennial urbanists and progressives, sometimes veering into advocacy. It’s chock full of weekly events, and it recently launched a Spanish version on Thursdays. All the same, don’t miss City Paper’s District Line Daily.