Monthly Archives: January 2009

DC Blogs Noted

EconoGirl takes my former colleagues to task in What Reporters Will Never Admit… Oh, we admit it. Who do you think is consuming all that porn? I mean… stories about the Obama Dog. Of Peace and Politics gives you the intern perspective in The “Chat about Obama” Podcast Okay, so you have to go through […]

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The Curious Case of why I’m going to murder the dog. Pygmalion In A Blanket. A back-and-forth analysis concerning the demise of a roast. An office dumpster dive chair transformed. This well illustrated post takes you through the process of reupholstering a chair. Hausaufgoblin. A review of DC’s newest cupcake joint, Red Velvet Cupcakery in […]

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Scotus of the DC Universe is just about ready to end his relationship with the Washington Post’s Date Lab. Apparently it’s changed and he hasn’t. Lost Black New Foundland in Foggy Bottom – please help someone find their lost dog. The blog, Find My Dog Alli Scenic Wheaton is inviting you to have a drink.  That […]

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A long walk through Georgetown to say goodbye to an ill friend. BabyBlue Praise for the new bus, the 43. Complaint Hub. A round-up of Valentine’s Day menus in DC. Among them: The fish market at BlackSalt has an oven-ready tasting menu available for $120 per couple. After Hours Blog. New coffee and tea shop: […]

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Post headline: Do not read if you are not a woman. (You were warned) A child’s question. Where’s my Cape. The fate of an iPhone. The Washington Canard The teacher’s assignment: Write reflective essays about President Obama’s inaugration. Standards and Stems, the teacher, shares some affecting excerpts. This is why I like living with my […]

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You, madam, are no Ambrose Bierce ponders the wolves that paw at us and the benedictions, too, asking herself what the little shrine (to Obama) on her fridge was saying: Madam, which wolf are you feeding? Good wolf/bad wolf DC Traveler reminds us there’s more to Lincoln than meets the inauguration. Celebrating the Lincoln Bicentennial […]

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Just in case you haven’t had an overload of inauguration-Barack-Obama-Is-the-Golden-Calf-Of-Our-Idolatry,* I have more Obamamania-and Inaugural-mania-in-the blogosphere, just for you. According to An OC Girl Living in an Extraordinary World this inauguration is the best ever. Growing up in the recently desegregated South, the inauguration reminded the author of Toddler Planet of an election she was glad to lose.  […]

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Two Shorten the Road announces the birth of the newest member of the DC Blogosphere.  Go visit Alexandra Has Arrived and leave your good wishes. Tangible examples of the daunting tasks facing our new president are all around us.  One of them is far to our south and falling into the ocean according to Twilight […]

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Poofygoo, who calls the inaugration the best.holiday.ever. faithfully transcribes the messages to soon-to-be President Barack Obama posted on a public message board in Adams Morgan. The end of baby boomers? Don’t Gel Too Soon. Excerpt: It’s painful to hear anchormen celebrate the fact that “there will never be another Baby Boom President.” It’ s not […]

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The Barack Obama inauguration concert was more than a concert, writes the The DC Universe. Excerpt: It finally hit me when I was watching the concert by the Lincoln Memorial today. We didn’t elect a new president in Barack Obama. We crowned a new king. Parade Ticket Holders: Get Over Yourselves. DCist Not a Girl, […]