Monthly Archives: April 2007

DC Blogs Noted

The writer at Teresa and Pepper’s Great Baby Adventure is leaving the city and the familiar. A beautifully written post, titled Last Stop, and recommended by Lumpyhead. An excerpt: Riding home on the metro I thought about all those little connections to people I don’t really know, but that make up the everyday details of my […]

DC Blogs Noted

Best blog post headline of the year: I asked Marc for another dog and instead I got an embryo. The Fabulous Miss S. has a very good reason to feel fabulous. It’s a girl. Alice’s Adventures Underground The Alliance for Decency at the Gym. By Jamieson at cockblog who writes: The gym has become a […]

DC Blogs Noted

Darwin was wrong. Green Canary offers proof that favorable traits don’t always win out in the end. She traces her family history back, way back to the time when her ancestors left Ireland, and writes: When famine hit, they gathered their belongings and packed two wagons – one for personal items, another for prescription medications. We’ve Lost […]

DC Blogs Noted

Gossip site TMZ discovers that DC people aren’t as interesting as they think they are. DC Universe explains why local celebs don’t make the gossip grade.  So I’m Leaving. One of DC’s most popular bloggers and sharpest writers, Rooshv, has bought a one-way ticket to South America. antigravitas has issues with M’Dawg’s pricing. Audience participation […]

DC Blogs Noted

Manpoo. A haircare product for men. Endorsed by The Playaz Ball. Developed by Rock Creek Rambler. And now at stores everywhere. S.I.F.A.: A Rip-Roaring Way To Start Your Week. Washington Cube learns a new thing. Is This The End Of Smash? Don’t let this happen to one of DC’s funniest bloggers — respond to her […]

DC Blogs Noted

For sale at Amazon. Wine Refrigerators and Emergency Hammers. DC Foodies. There are a lot of new cafés opening in DC and Reya at The Gold Poppy is gradually visiting them. One she has grown fond of is Sidamo. With photos and words she describes the experience, and writes: Located in the middle of an […]

DC Blogs Noted

  A history of destruction. So how long will the new mattress last? Longer than the car? Vividblurry. A little nonsense now and then at Speakeasy. A niece asks: “Mandy, is there a city underneath Washington?” Remember the Good, writes Doctor of Thinkology:  I refuse to learn the name of the man who took their lives. […]

DC Blogs Noted

DC Donut, an Evite addict, writes: … if there are others like me – and there must be – then there is a large number of workers dragging down the country’s productivity with the constant repetition of page refreshes. We’re a classy bunch, no? The Fabulous Miss S. (Nod to Erika) Storms force us to […]

DC Blogs Noted

A note: There are many outstanding posts about the Virginia Tech shootings. Here are three of them: The Washington Post as well as other news outlets, the pundits in particular, are too anxious to find fault and blame. Writes PoofyGoo in her post, Jaundiced Journalism: I know the noise of blame is comforting and distracting. City […]

DC Blogs Noted

LaurieWrites tells how her godson, accepted at Virgina Tech, had visited the campus this past weekend. She writes: My father said last night that they also found it “much safer than College Park.” This seems so strange, to have heard those words just last night in my house. A history of school shootings.  A list, […]