Monthly Archives: March 2007

DC Blogs Noted

The GW Emergency Room: A Running Diary at Cafe 227.  From midnight until 4 a.m. Now Teddy Roosevelt and sex will be forever linked. A visit to Roosevelt Island becomes an experience to remember for the OC girl living in an extraordinary world. Fashion Fights Poverty 2007’s first model call on Saturday, March 24th.  Follow […]

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When Terrance at The Republic of T arrived in DC in the early 1990s, Dupont Circle was ours, a safe place for gays and lesbians. But it’s changing, and he examines those changes in the post, There Goes the Gay-borhood. An excerpt: I knew the moment Dupont changed for me. It was the day I […]

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The movie 300 made $70 million at the box office this past weekend. Among those responsible for its opening success was DC Viking, who has this to say about this swords and sandals spectacle: This! Movie! Stinks! Capital Hill Books: A.K.A. Rae’s Personal Slice of Heaven. Nice photos of this store’s wonderful clutter of books. Rae’s […]

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A California visitor catches a snippet of an incomprehensible conversation. The post: Syntax and the City at LA Observed Whom do you call when you see fire engines in this neighborhood? Answer: The writer at Alice’s Adventures Underground. A local blogger is in Wikipedia for his early political blogging efforts but the latest blog by […]

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Cleavage and Public Service. Belle’s thoughts on this subject with her date, whom we know as Mr. Disney.  Told in dialog. An excerpt from Dating is Dead:  Belle: No, but I’m just surprised you haven’t been looking more. I mean, I put this shirt on for a reason. The waiter has checked me out more […]

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The blog, DC Home and Condo Prices, is an informative and eye-opening resource for real estate data. What makes it especially interesting is the research the writer has put together on condo sales at various buildings, such as The Rhapsody on Vermont NW. Sale prices as well as profit/loss on flipped units is included. Check out links as well to maps […]

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Hand-lining for Scorpion Fish from a Sinking Boat in the Bay of Bengal, is the title of report by Lonnie Bruner. Great photos, too. Would you like a job working in Iraq? Here’s how to apply. Is that a gavel in your pants? 10 things to do when your invited guests don’t RSVP on time […]

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In the Comfort of Animals. A beautifully written, touching essay about a lifelong love of pets. Pets of all kinds. By Adventures in Wedding Photography. An excerpt:  When a kid in middle school brought a mouse to play practice to feed to his snake, I handed over all my lunch money I had for the week […]

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What Happens After We’re Gone? Tiaras Optional explains why you need to be nice to be people.  And it’s not for the reason you think. Honey, sorry you’re on life support, but there’s a game tonight.  Don’t you ever … by Doctor Moxie. This is a thoughtful indictment of an all too common human behavior, by the ever […]