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Latest adds to the live feed

Posted in Views on December 4th, 2011 by dcblogs


DC Minnie

Casa de Kayla

Classic. Simple. Chic.


Courtney Runs

Rosa Loves


my documented closet

The House on 30th Street

Wahine Report

DC Girl in Pearls

Latest adds to the DCBlogs live feed

Posted in Views on October 9th, 2011 by dcblogs

Peaceful Dog


Ugly Red Peacoats

Shopping Hungry

Capitol Scavenger

What Micky Eats

New blogs to the live feed

Posted in Views on September 25th, 2011 by dcblogs

Doing the District

Heart, Print & Style

No Straw Men

A Lacey Perspective

DC Travel

The Bottomless Mimosa


Latest live feed adds

Posted in Views on September 10th, 2011 by dcblogs

DC Scorpio Blog

Gluten Free Girl in DC

Dating in Dresses

Radar to the Scene

Parent Compass DC

Washington DC Metro System Sketchbook

Wake and Wander

The Theater Lab

Broads of the Beltway

Immah Do Me

District Murphy

Can I Get Up Now

Forking DC

Unqualified Opinions

Soulstrong Arts Blog

Green Canary (new url)

Grad Expectations

Boredom At It’s Best



The DC Cure

Go Kate

Pick Your Future

We Live to be Free

Dirt Cheap Delicious

Cookies and Kale

Washington DC Illustrated


Life in Pink

Kissing and other disasters

Washington DC Illustrated

Washington DCency

latest live feed additions

Posted in Views on July 17th, 2011 by dcblogs

Laurie’s Lane

The Angry Bureaucrat

Orange Hoodie

Cloture Club


A-Town Dog Blog

5th and madison by alessandra

FocalPoint DC

Mimi and Meg

latest live feed adds

Posted in Views on July 10th, 2011 by dcblogs

Just Another Day in DC


Watching The Americans

Scaling New Heights

U Street Dirt

Hungry in DC

New blogs added

Posted in Views on July 4th, 2011 by dcblogs

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Wolf Trap Insider

District Shenanigans

A peek of chic

Sarah Runs a Lot

a nesting experience

Cats & All That



Tuvel Communications Blog

Stop DC Gambling

The Pumpernickel Collection

A Team Wetdog Creation

Travel Eat Repeat

Burger Mission

a little nosh

Biscuits and Gravy

doin’ the grown-up

Go, Pop, Go

G’s Live Here

Fuzzy Logic

Very Liz

Red Stethoscope

Arlington’s Car-Free Skeptics Blog

a turtle on wheels


Bladensburg Road

Capital Style

district of blood

Flowers and Football

dc-wrapped dates

The K Street Diners

southern girl in the city

Clarendon Culture

Homicide Watch DC


Latest live adds

Posted in Views on January 16th, 2011 by dcblogs

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.

New blogs to the live feed

Posted in Views on January 9th, 2011 by dcblogs

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

Latest blogs listed on live feed

Posted in Views on January 2nd, 2011 by dcblogs

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