Monthly Archives: July 2007

DC Blogs Noted

Drunk dialing, dating and the story of the latest disappearing act who resurfaced at 2:30 last Saturday morning. EJ Takes Life TSA – Bullies? Gone too far? A child’s golf set creates a problem for Just A Nats Fan. Carole Burns, the host of the Washington Post’s Off the Page, which features online author interviews, […]

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Local cyclist is hit by car. This post, found on the bicycles-for-sales section of Craigs List, describes a hit-and-run accident between a bike and car at 14th and Taylor Street on July 11th. There’s a partial of the plate but the writer says police need more information to find the driver. City Paper’s Late Night […]

DC Blogs Noted

The price of beauty. City Sparkle adds up what she spends just on maintenance. A ridiculous post, I know, writes Starting Today, but when it comes to texting, I type everything out. Fully. An appreciation of the Uptown and its massive screen by DC365. But here’s another side of the urban movie experience involving hungry […]

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News organizations, such as CNN, otherwise known as the Celebrity News Network, constantly mask our problems with gossip news that crowds out the information we need, writes womenhavingitall No one wants to work at relationships anymore, writes No Sex and the City: If things don’t work out, it’s easier to just move on. A man […]

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The DC Council Tuesday passes a tavern moratorium in Adams Morgan. This wondrous act raises the value of existing licenses, pricing out small businesses, but replaces 3 a.m. yelling with pillow talk. Rock Creek Rambler writes: T.G.I. McMorgan’s DC is also planning to place limits on slice-serving pizza establishments in Adams Morgan, Vaburbia writes: …. […]

DC Blogs Noted

Mom! Mom! The Dog’s On Fire! Kings of the Road. True story: What do you do for a dog on fire? She didn’t really understand the whole stop, drop and roll thing. The best compliment i’ve ever received. A cab ride that ends with a tear. Irina in New York Columbia Heights story: A new […]

DC Blogs Noted

What are the odds of two trolley tour buses catching fire in less than a year? Sept. 16, 2006, a report at DCFD and on July 6. DCist has the report. that’s what she said: why is it so hard to make new girlfriends? they are truly are impossible to find. A positive attitude blooms […]

DC Blogs Noted

A visitor from France, Vince-Blog, is on the Mall for the July 4th fireworks and writes of its climate of psychosis. [Written in French, this link is to a Google translation] Excerpt:  …  a keen yankee howls us by gesticulant the arms “Evacuation of Mall, a storm arrives, look at the plan of evacuation on […]

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The writer of the Conservative Futurist is on the Metro and observes two men standing by train door wearing big camper style backpacks. At the Smithsonian station, he writes, one of the men left his backback. This blogger gets nervous and approaches the remaining man about the backpack. He writes: I’m convinced I witnessed a dry run […]

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On July 4th  there will be a protest – officially it’s called the Downtown Silver Spring Photo Walk — on an issue of importance to bloggers. It grows out of a recent incident between private security guards and a photographer in Silver Spring on Ellsworth Street. A photographer on Ellsworth was told by security guards that […]