Monthly Archives: January 2009

Updated: Twittering the Inauguration

Twitter feeds may be the best source of real-time information about inauguration activities. There’s a lot of twittering out there with intel about crowd and traffic conditions. Here are ways to get in the loop. Search on these Twitter tags or load them in an application such as Tweet Deck. Include any of these tags […]

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Tender Thoughts tells the world I Look Good In Purple. And she does. Who wouldn’t? When it’s the Purple section of the Inaugural Festivities that is! Hey Tender, you know who else looks good in purple? Me! Washwords! Brian notes that in triathalons and in life, the running always comes last. Except when it doesn’t. […]

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Are Seven explains why comments have generally been closed of late. If, like me, you have young children, celebrating the inauguration (with the crowds and portapotties) is problematic.  Fortunately, A Parent in Silver Spring has some family friendly inaugural suggestions. Carpenter’s Chaos rented their house for the inaugural weekend and were supposedly featured in a […]

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Legal charity for the wealthy or legitimate pro bono work for a town fighting against the tyranny of mass transit?  Above the Law’s post might give you some insight. Should Ability to Pay Have Anything to do with Pro Bono Work? Do you remember the moment when you lost the entirety of your cool?  Meg […]

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Alex, the writer of If you see something, say something, tells the city’s stories in a matter-of-fact style even when he’s taking cover. Late Night Shots, Columbia Heights Style We Get You, We Really Get You. (i.e., The Bloggerational Ball is Free Now!) Live It, Love It The problem with the Redskins, writes DC Pro […]

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Sometimes it pays to keep your thoughts to yourself. Here’s why, writes Life Outtacontext, after an incident on the Metro. Almost Georgetown said Saturday’s visit with Mayor Fenty at Ben’s Chili Bowl means that the Obama administration “may actually care about the Washington area – a critical thing when asking for transportation dollars or expanded […]

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DC Foodies offers us some (liquid) Recession Refreshment. Mmmm… the recession is sweet. Du Wax Loolu won’t be going to see the heavily hyped Bride Wars. Nor does she like the term bridezillas. AAAA men. You said it, sister! Maybe it’s just us. On bridezillas as a concept In case you haven’t heard, you’re invited […]

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It’s Sean of Sean’s Ramblings fourth anniversary of blogging. So stop by and wish him happy anniversary.  Impending motherhood (or “internal ass-kicking from a fetus”) leads to the realization that raised warm feet are nothing to sneer at, as described in A Daily Dose of Zen Sarcasm.  The “doctor I don’t like” spells out c-a-n-c-e-r on the […]

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DC Teacher Chic has a new gig and sadly has to silence her blogging voice.  As a longtime fan, I thank her for her contributions to the blogosphere, hope that she will return even in some vague and anonymous form, and am sadden that The End of DC Teacher Chic will be her last post.  […]

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Eulogy for a Chevy Lumina. It wasn’t just a car, it was a big part of this writer’s life. Swim Parallel. Not too long before the President-elect Barack Obama and family were scheduled to move into the Hay-Adams, Charlotte Harris went to the hotel and left with this blog post: Kickin’ it in Casa Obama […]