Look carefully here. Scroll down and enjoy the nice photos of the two companion dogs and then the tattoo. DC Dog Blog.
Question: What do you get when you park a donut delivery truck next to a police cruiser? Answer: A photo at Velvet in Dupont.
A Craig’s List drama over “young gays vs. old,” is the topic of this thoughtful piece involving a local institution, the Duplex Diner. Kenneth Hill, the managing editor of AOL’s Gay and Lesbian blog, explains that the diner may be casual but some of its patrons are in a stew over older guys wearing Abercrombie. He writes: It also makes me wonder why age discrimination is so entrenched in our community. Don’t we gays face rejection enough from the outside world?
Tourists have all the fun. Hey Dan files this report: I had a strange and mildly heated conversation with a DC policeman. Apparently it is illegal to take pictures of federal buildings. Yes I got caught taking a picture of a federal building. The sunset was reflecting in the glass windows of the building next the White House and I took a picture. This is when the policeman walked up and told “you should watch yourself that is a $500 ticket.”
The algae in US Navy Memorial Foundation just won’t die, according to what Beauty and the Beltway has learned from the Foundation. She shares an email that explains what’s going on.
The owner of Nathans in Georgetown keeps a blog, the Diary of a Mad Saloon Owner by Carol Joynt, and has this to say about recent development trends: I know upper Georgetown shouldn’t become the ghetto of charming Indie shops while M Street becomes the ghetto of big chain sameness.