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Zack Morris Cell Phone explains itself this way: In this crazy, complicated, expensive, and wired world, it’s nice to reflect on Zack Morris and his cell phone.
between the lines has a friend who said this about her: I am quite fond of how you can yack on your cell phone and ride your bike and snack on corn chips all at the same time.
Monumental Thoughts is by Rick Snider, who describes himself as “a native Washingtonian whose family came to “Federal City” in the early 1800s, Rick Snider is a journalist, licensed Tour Guide, Realtor, father, husband, dog owner and lots more.”
Casey, the author of (a)musings, says this about her blog: I will probably blog a lot about yoga, people, relationships, love, the quest to identify my soulmate, food, restaurants, and music. There will be lots of analogies.
B Miller Experience is a native Washingtonian: I blog about lots of things pertaining to life in the DC Metro Area and life in general.
Coolinary, Inc. is about wit and cooking, recipes, culture.
All about the local brews and the places that serve them at The Pint Glass.
Chi Chi Sophistication is about hair styling, laughs and good conversation.
Cosmic Vibes Live is all about DC area music.
United With Love is all about weddings.
Blue Plate Special is about 20-something life in DC, with a heavy emphasis on food.
Midnight Train to DC explains herself this way: A career-minded feminist with a good UK government job meets a handsome American man with a better US Government job. Produce: one ruby ring and a house on Capitol Hill.
The topics that Sociology in My Neighborhood: DC Ward Six takes on include racial segregation and gentrification.
I Eat What I Want is by a writer who spent 15 years as a vegetarian and who now writes about the deliciousness of meat and meat by-products.
Super Nova Brides offers help for those trying to plan a budget wedding in the DC area.
District Fallout is all about the remains of our cold war history.
Freestyle Serial Literature is the work of a DC writer who tells his story under a pseudonym, Clemerson.
True stories of friends, colleagues, exes and bosses at Everyone I know is Ridiculous.
BobbyPen, all about local artists and music.
Fashion, beauty, green living at Wardrobe Oxygen
The Rhode Island Ave NE Insider. A neighborhood blog.
Iconoclassicist is about revealing DC’s silent citizens, its statues.
The writer who once blogged at Life and Musings returns with a newly named blog, Musings on Life and Other Things.
The Honeymooning Chef is not a chef and not on a honeymoon. But I did just get married and I love to cook.
I am David Gaines views and opinions, warped.
Choose To Be Awesome is by a fitness coach with a DC angle.
Chasing Mailboxes is a blog about commuting, randonneuring, bicycle touring, and riding and living in Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Link is about a simple concept – taking at least one photo each day, every day, for a year