Monthly Archives: April 2008

DC Blogs Noted

Are Nationals Tickets Too Expensive? The 42, who writes: The walk up price for a seat in Section 109U is $36.00. Where does that rank us among prices for comparable seats around MLB? Lux condo for sale. Photo. Prince of Petworth. Lux, lux, lux. Cleaning Up Washington One Block At A Time. DC Rocks. A […]

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DC Police protect, serve, forget. And in this case, it may have worked out. FreckledK I just wanted to go to the gym, not start a class war. DC Zia. Shopping in CVS. Man in the foot care section of store seeks cash. Interview with Bloomingdale (for now) blogger, Geoffrey Hatchard. Go Ask Alice. Interview […]

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Street photography takes a certain amount of bold. Adams Morgan nightlife. brandonwuphotographyblog Playaz return to blogosphere delayed by loss of lucky turtleneck. Video. Car was checked out by tow truck in Shirlington library parking lot. Catalog me irritated. Overdue fine in three figures. Stephen Gregory Smith Wait list: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Towing […]

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Harris Teeter is a Grocer. The reviews are starting to come in on this new store in Adams Morgan. The 42 writes: The opening day reminded me a lot of the Super Giant opening at Tivoli Square. There were tons of employees with their happy, helpful hats on, managers at every corner, fully stocked shelves, […]

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DC Frustrations. The Home Improvement Ninja. A friend is robbed at gunpoint. Police arrive 2.5 hours later. Hello Cupcake! Goodbye Diet! More cupcakes for DC. Apples and Bananas Check out the new Shaw library blog. Watha T. Daniel Library Caps Game 7. Shine Silently was there. Rockin’ the Red, Restroom-Style. Photo highlights of a different […]

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Empanadas, old and new. Amandaa at DC Metbogs writes of Columbia Heights: I know, I know–gentrification, prices, displacement, etc. Still, an area of the city that didn’t feel super welcoming in the past has opened up to more District residents. Biking in Heels. Alice in Blunderland, who writes: … when I bike in skirts, DC […]

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This is a great neighborhood. In Shaw (an historically gentrified blog) The title says it. A Guy Most of You Will Never Meet Died Friday night. Brightest Young Things. A man who was coming home from work late this weekend was mugged. He later died in his sleep … a strange and terrible act of […]

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DC Bike Culture? …from what I’m seeing out there on the roads, DC bike commuters fit extremely well into the generally held stereotype of DC young professionals in general. This is a very. bad. thing. Bright Star, Would I Were Steadfast as Thou Art Major fish catch — check out the photo. Lonnie Bruner. Mr. […]

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Life Is What Happens When You’re Busy Making Table Seating Plans. Bridal Bird This post puts it in perspective. Metro was packed for the Pope’s visit, writes urban bohemian. But it wasn’t the usual crowd. He writes: The only thing I can say about most of the riders was that they were very nice, aside […]

DC Blogs Noted

Eavesdrop DC heard a father explain what a disability is to his son. Did your dad talk to you like this? A review of Chris Rock’s mother’s book and a discussion of parenthood at A Daily Dose of Zen Sarcasm. And Beyond DC considers a proposed $25/month tax on commuter parking spaces in DC (Where […]