Monthly Archives: June 2008

DC Blogs Noted

The downside to noting this post by Eat, Drink & Be Married is that it may alert even more people to the really good venues on H Street NE, sometimes called the Atlas District. One standout is Granville Moore’s. Very easy to miss, townhouse narrow in size, rustic, and an incredible collection of imported beers […]

DC Blogs Noted

Feet on Polished Floor lists the things she will miss and won’t miss about DC. How IKEA Almost Broke Our Marriage. Two people in a 400 square foot apartment assemble furniture. The Life and Times of Chai A list of things to accomplish in life before turning 30. Snowbunny in the City Thieves cut the […]

DC Blogs Noted

D.C. Hero explains social entropy (and how to master it) to the rest of us. It’s tourist season. Some of us try to be nice to the tourists. Some people are just plain mean. Some people try to be nice, but are tempted too strongly, which is probably just a venial sin. Disaffected Scanner Jockey […]

DC Blogs Noted

Good fences make good neighbors, and I have no fence. Dealing in Subterfuges A new law school grad is duped in the best way possible. s in the city How to blog about your birthday without coming off as a self-centered attention whore. Arjewtino Blogging tip of the week. First Look: 5th St Hardware. Life […]

DC Blogs Noted

Greenpeace Flunks Whole Foods on Seafood. The Slow Cook offers eye-opening, diet-changing, information about this critical issue. An excerpt: Seafood sustainability is still a morass for consumers. There is no standardization in labeling. There are too many species and too many different issues involved in the catching of seafood for the average person to keep […]

DC Blogs Noted

Why would this writer leave home at night to go back to the office to clean the coffee pot? The post: O.C.D. Mike in the Middle Ages This is what happens if you forget to move to your car on street sweeping day. But there’s a surprise here as well. 14th & You Joe Tresh’s […]

DC Blogs Noted

Top of the list: Freewheelin’ Spirit’s Second Annual Bike Porn contest closes on Midsummer’s Day, June 21. The whole Wedding-Industrial Complex has gotten out of hand, of course. Needless to say, things like “The Bridesmaid Contract” aren’t helping, (does anyone really need to read these rules to know that behavior is bad?) but fortunately Disaffected […]

DC Blogs Noted

An ex-dating blogger writes: All the cliches about finding love are true. Velvet in Dupont Two blogs, Sean’s Ramblings and lacochran’s bloggery, are teaming up for an experiment — and volunteers are needed. They are attempting to find out which grocery store has the best prices on certain items. Both sites have details about how […]

DC Blogs Noted

Science Experiment of One. DC Zia writes of her pregnancy, discovery, and the sheer changes it brings. Someone complains to a firm’s HR department that a co-worker is showing too much cleavage. the reluctant grownup Parking near Nationals stadium turns in the favor of the residents of one street. A cat and twenty writes: isn’t […]

DC Blogs Noted

Detained by Montgomery County Police For Buying Sugar. Ben Stanfield at MetBlogs shares his shopping experience. A beautifully written memory of dad. I’m not a girl, not yet a wino . It begins: I want so badly for you to be here, to sit in your recliner and tell me to drop it, whatever it […]