I walked down the dark, dank street, my coat buttoned tightly, collar upturned. No matter what your errand, you can’t take the people on the eastern end of U Street lightly. Homeless staggers, trench coats, and catcalls abound. I focused on the street ahead and walked briskly forward.
By the time I was recovered from my surgery, (roughly five whole days later), I’d developed an unholy bloodthirst for gossip magazines. I fed my filthy habit with ease at the GentrifiSafeway checkout aisles. (You’d think the tabloids would wise-up and start charging by the minute at checkout counters).
Also Noted Celebrity Sips: The Hemingway Daiquiri at The Liquid Muse, a writer, wanderlust and ‘gourmande’ of all things deliciously decadent. Former homeland security IG at Olsson’s with new book. In the audience is our writer on the scene, who reports: Speaking for about half-an-hour, he reiterated the primary focus of his book which is: America is still vulnerable to terrorist attacks. And, nearly five years after 9/11, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) still doesn’t have its act together. From Jawning. Admitting the White Trash influence, writes Nookie Cookie. Regrettable TV choices. Photos from the protest against Central Union Mission’s proposed move to Georgia Avenue at Petworth News. Don’t forget: dcblogs.com/live