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Posted in DC Blogs Noted on May 27th, 2015 by dcblogs

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Two MPD officers got out of their patrol car in Ward 8 and then this happened. Congress Heights on the Rise.

Sandra is moving to a new part of DC, and away from the zoo. Chicks Dig Poetry.

Beyond Metro, there’s no big idea for transit in DC anymore. Greater Greater Washington.

Five random things I did this weekend. DC Rainmaker.

The Urban Land Institute wants to hear what Millennials think about DC. New Columbia Heights.

DC Blogs Noted

Posted in DC Blogs Noted on May 26th, 2015 by dcblogs

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Powering a house with batteries in Arlington. Where’s the Solar.

Style photos taken of people in Adams Morgan. Bustle.

Life lately according to my iPhone. Modlancer.

Two days of Paris moments. Photos. The Art in Life.

The DC Bike Blogger bikes over to Quantico.

DC Blogs Noted

Posted in DC Blogs Noted on May 19th, 2015 by dcblogs

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The growing popularity of gardening in DC. Garden Rant.

Sweet Science Coffee now brewing in Adams Morgan. Sprudge.

A week without dieting. Coffee Cake and Cardio. A blog by a Texas girl now living in DC.

The Mad Max movie is a different kind of film. DC Film Girl.

A view of Northeast. Ben Dorger. Photo.

DC Blogs Noted

Posted in DC Blogs Noted on May 18th, 2015 by dcblogs

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A first person account of a daytime mugging in LeDroit Park.. PoP

Manda Writes Things writes: I’m the girl that took the picture of the soldier and child in Baltimore that went viral.

We’re moving to DC, writes Chelsea Eats Treats. The NoMa area.

It’s the parents that are moving in with this Millennial writer. The Blog at Huffington Post.

New York Times messes up another visit to DC. Young & Hungry. (Strong, headline screaming language warning. Hint: ‘Messes’ is our word.).

The 10 best big cities for educated millennials puts DC on top. Business Insider. Something else in BI that’s worth a look at concerns “meal sharing apps,” where you can arrange to have dinner with strangers.

DC Blogs Noted

Posted in DC Blogs Noted on May 13th, 2015 by dcblogs

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If you’re going to throw a party, the night before Mother’s Day is a good time to do so. But I do have a law degree.

Mirror (monitor) mirror (monitor) on the wall. The Marvelous Real.

DC is number two in the nation as worst city to drive in. Mobility Lab.

The art of sanitation (trucks). Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space.

A review of DC doughnuts and fried chicken. Ice Cream U Scream.

DC Blogs Noted

Posted in DC Blogs Noted on May 12th, 2015 by dcblogs

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Why my online dating profile is incredibly honest. Greatest Escapist.

Back in the day when Jimi Hendrix played in Adams Morgan. DC Rocks.

Adams Morgan redevelopment project will preserve facades, reports Urban Turf, although they are pretty plain, and somewhat ugly.

A quick self portrait. Carol’s Drawing Journal.

Hill Now reports that Bayou Bakery is opening and will be true to its name with food such as gumbo, beignets.

Bike to work day on Friday. DCist.

Writing workshop at National Cathedral. Booklab.

DC Blogs Noted

Posted in DC Blogs Noted on May 11th, 2015 by dcblogs

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Touring bands tell us why they love DC. DC Music Download.

Pre-med student and closet chef reviews Sakuramen in Adams Morgan. A Second Bite.

Ordinary happenings of peculiar people. Half of My Heart. Observations from the commute.

Very good observation: These giant numbers on a condo at 14th and Spring are really ugly. New Columbia Heights. Photo.

Something about DC you may not know about: The Overthrust Fault. PoP.

Really giant solar building canopy in Tenleytown. Where’s the Solar. (Largest in DC?).

DC Blogs Noted

Posted in DC Blogs Noted on May 6th, 2015 by dcblogs

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Living in a 275 square foot apartment. Apartment Therapy.

A foreign student discovers that there’s more depth to DC than conveyed by its image. The Amerigo.

A Dream Home Becomes a Nightmare is a report on WAMU by Martin Austermuhle. It’s a cautionary tale about DC’s hot real estate market.

The 11 things I loved about running around DC. Ali on the Run.

Neoliberalism and DC’s Capitol Hill, where residents continue to express opposition to a proposed affordable housing project for seniors. Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space.

DC Blogs Noted

Posted in DC Blogs Noted on May 4th, 2015 by dcblogs

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Photo reflections of the DC Funk Parade. Tulip Frenzy.

Work begins on new Adams Morgan Hotel. 42 offers photos and wonders if it will be anything like its LA cousin.

DC Honeybees replenishes the supply with a trip to Georgia.

Photos from Baltimore taken with a journalistic eye. Manda Writes Things.

Introducing the invisible boyfriend. Drive the District.

DC Blogs Noted

Posted in DC Blogs Noted on April 30th, 2015 by dcblogs

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Manda Writes Things goes to Baltimore and participates in a protest. She tells her interesting story in words and photos.

Counting My Pennies says someone duplicated her credit card and began making charges on it.

Adventure biking at the U.S. Capitol. Gawdzilla.

VinoFest, a wine a music festival, will be held May 9. French Twist DC explains what it is about.

This could be interesting: Dupont Underground may open in July. District Source.