Monthly Archives: August 2007

DC Blogs Noted

The Gold Poppy, Reya, a poetic writer with a magical gift for photography, is turning to something new and closing her blog, at least for now. The owners of a Capitol Hill rowhouse are writing a blog devoted to rowhouses. RowHouse Blog. The lunchtime beep from Ms. Bossy is driving me to immorality. Foilwoman. Why […]

DC Blogs Noted

The post: People Die/I Saw KN Today. Is it any wonder that we can’t bear the pain of separation? lacochran’s bloggery. A well written and insightful piece. A blind woman gets on the Metro. Who wants to give up their seat? an OC girl living in an extraordinary world. More on manners: Is “Manners Consulting” […]

DC Blogs Noted

Mendacity. Money dropped on the Metro is quickly claimed. dc spinster. The best, undiscovered city outside of Washington DC is Mount Rainier. Solar Kismet. From Delhi to Dubai, WonL, travel writer, makes some comparisons: For 12 days, I have been brushing my teeth with bottled water and have not had fruit or vegetables or salad. […]

DC Blogs Noted

DC Boys say DC Girls are Ugly, but Smart. The WashingtonGardener goes off-topic after overhearing a conversation about how DC women differ from those in other cities. Oh. Em. Gee! The strangest public restroom incident …. Kim’s Notebook Unattended bags on Metro. Overheard. So D.C. Rules for Riding the DC Metro. There’s a separate set […]

DC Blogs Noted

My exhusband is dead, writes Crazy Girl City. It involves a double murder and suicide in Orlando. Sitemeter love stories. I’ll Think of Something. Post title: Dear person who came my blog via the Google search “Help I’m in Love With a Homeless Dude” The Home Improvement Ninja spills Coke Classic on laptop. This prompts […]

DC Blogs Noted

Dealing in Subterfuges offers cooking lessons with beer. Excerpt: You get all the flavors of molasses and Guinness and Harp and cream and happiness. Project Beltway interviews: Cath & Kata of Listopad, a vintage clothing shop. Only God Can Save Baseball in Baltimore. On Frozen Blog Grandma and me. Drawn to the Rhythm. Touching tribute. […]

DC Blogs Noted

Overspending on a jello shot salary and other fiscal matters. Capitol Hill Barbie An announcement that a local lunch buffet is closing resulted in a resounding gasp in the office. When I Become Queen… Reaching the 10-year mark of living in DC, The Prince of Petworth looks at how the city has changed. Zombie underwear […]

DC Blogs Noted

Bartenders throw a Georgetown drunk into a taxi and the writer of the Diary of a Mad DC Cabbie checks the license of his intoxicated passenger to get an address. He arrives at the house carrying the passenger on his shoulder and that’s when all hell broke loose. A man trapped inside a burning building […]

DC Blogs Noted

Take the Red Line to the Metro Noir stop: This is Gallery P.I. Metroblogging. Photo illustrated overheard. You can live without a car in DC and when you need one, there‚Äôs ZipCar, writes DCfabulous, who calls this service one of my new obsessions. Redskin photo play. Not exactly sure what this hand signal means. (scroll […]

DC Blogs Noted

The movement, rhythm and grace of a church. DCDanceBlog. This is what one commenter said about this post: … your post was like a meditation – a reminder to stop and take a breath. An eye-popping club-by-club comparison of what it will cost for a table and a bottle of liquor at some of DC’s […]