Monthly Archives: May 2007

DC Blogs Noted

Sad. Angry. Numb. Angry. Sad. Neurotic in Ashburn writes of her younger cousin who was killed earlier this month in an accident involving a school bus. Guess what our baby has two of? Girl With Flat Hat. Me and Cindy Sheehan Failed to Stop a Teen Girl Fight. And i am not lying for real. […]

DC Blogs Noted

Spies in DC? The writer at that’s what she said witnesses what can only be described as an act of espionage. I am an ugly American, so begins an examination by City Mouse of all the paper and plastic that is wasted on a $6.99 lunch special. “Girl-date,” explained, the definitive edition, by a serious […]

DC Blogs Noted

Mother’s Day Tribute at Flyfishin’, and it begins: My Mother passed away last night, suddenly, though she had multiple health problems. (Nod to Tadcranky) Wine bar, Wifi and late night, Circa, Dupont Circle’s new arrival gets a quick look at dcfud. A new group food blog, DC Fare, gives Circa’s food a mixed review. Pequenita […]

DC Blogs Noted

The frustration of retrieving a package from a neighborhood U.S. Post Office is turned into a lively, fast-paced and entertaining post by the writer at Just Another Day in Chocolate City. It came recommended by Janet at DC Rush Hour who described it as an excellent assessment of the state of the Postal Service these […]

DC Blogs Noted

Society wants to label everyone, writes Rude Cactus, who explains what he is about and why he is Unpigenholable. Where should guys go in DC to get jeans? The DC Concierge has an answer, especially for men with money to spend. A change of perspective about Metro at the Candy Sandwich: I have a secret: […]

DC Blogs Noted

DC Universe skewers Metro’s anemic and pointless passenger survey with his own version of it. A post recommended by Arjewtino who writes: I was cracking up reading this … A Sunday afternoon walk in DC opens the door to another world for the Prince of Petworth after discovering a semi-pro soccer match. An excerpt: Spanish […]

DC Blogs Noted

A message to the person who stole the trash cans: I hope, very soon, you accidentally place something very dear to you in one of them, writes From Harvard Street, Complaint Hub in DC Overheard in the Gap (Pentagon City). T&A Whatever happened to quiet in a library? The writer at My first year of […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Job That Was. The last day on the job for the writer at Looking2Live.  Roses Are Dead, Violets Are Blue. tiaras optional Isabella’s letter to the Eastern Market vendors. Seven year-old girl, Isabella, breaks open her piggy bank to make a donation to the Eastern Market charity effort. At Save Eastern Market. The Home […]

DC Blogs Noted

A woman, a stranger, walks by in tears. And in a searching post, The Lives of the Saints,  Countersignature, wonders why. Reya recommended this post and writes: Here’s a beautiful description of a compassionate moment that came out of the nowhere. Heart Tribute Band Super Fan Page observes a couple cuddling at a bus stop, and writes: If they […]

DC Blogs Noted

Outrageous. A man riding a bike assaults EJ Takes Life.  Girlfriends. A beautifully written post about friendship. Where’s My Cape. Excerpt: I imagine myself as an ever-growing molecule of increasing complexity. Growing more ridges and grooves with each new experience. More Stupid Things Tourists Say. Big Sky Girl. Yet more reasons why spending several thousand […]