Monthly Archives: March 2009

DC Blogs Noted

Farm Fresh Meat shares a nightlife tour. Photos, too. The Pug, Palace of Wonders, Hirshhorn’s After Hours and Stoney’s. No good deed goes unpunished. A very strange tale from the front line of hospital coffee shops. Where’s My Cape. Village Voice blogger Rend Smith tells the story of DC’s tallest woman, Ashley Adair. How Good […]

DC Blogs Noted

My Favorite Thing About Washington. Lovely photo. Cherie Lester Related: Cherry Blossoms and the Annual Tourist Invasion. Brunch and the City. Does Jack Evans Abuse his Parking Privileges? The Georgetown Metropolitan. Photo. My parents Googled me and they found my blog, writes Dating a Pathological Liar and Other Sorts in DC. Noah got his first […]

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We’re out of Here was one of many Dc’er expats willing to get up to watch Soccer at 8:30 am. Hmm, I can SOMETIMES make it to watch my workload pile up by 8:30… sometimes. Oh Susanica! imagines she, like newspaper columnists, could simply recycle previously done work during vacations. Yah, sure, newspaper columnists have […]

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How much influence has a blog post of yours ever had? Here’s one that made me stop in my tracks: someone read Esther-Now-And-Then-Some’s post about the disbanding of the Master Chorale of Washington resulted in someone pledging $5,000. Yes. You read that right. So read her follow-up post and possibly pledge some of your own […]

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“A man walks into a blog and gets down on one knee…” not the start of a joke but a story of the first ever wedding proposal via blog.  After reading that story, Meg, of Soup Is Not a Finger Food, shares the tale of her engagement in response. The writing challenge from the 20something […]

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TomPalmer.com is at Kramers at a table that’s next to “young-DC-powerbroker-wannabe couple.” The woman, who is part of this couple, “managed to make roughly every fifth word a vulgarity.” Palmer decides to say something: “I addressed her and told her that she had the most vulgar and filthy mouth I had been exposed to in […]

DC Blogs Noted

Confession: I Ruined the No-Parking Sign. Mr. T in DC. Cornerstone Cleaners Where Are You? Herb of DC goes to pick up his shirts and discovers that his dry cleaner has closed. Ma’am, I assure you- we don’t carry that. Photo. Quiet in the Stacks. DC Police swarm H Street. Short and somewhat surreal video. […]

DC Blogs Noted

Small Time Thrift Adventures. Colorful photos illustrate some interesting recommendations. The Fashion Void that is DC. Police aren’t as smart as the Spiderman-Burglar on the loose. Velvet in Dupont. A Chipotle rant that undoes the wrap. Jadxia. Esther now-and-then-some writes that her music family has come to an end: Today I learned that the board […]

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A family moved out of RudeCactus’s neighborhood, and came back to clean their house, even though it was being foreclosed on, which made RudeCactus long for independent means to assist a family like that. Flirting: sometimes it’s just good for the soul (other times, not so much, but that is someone else’s post).  Attention Span […]

DC Blogs Noted

I never thought that I would find humor in a breast cancer post.  Suburban Fizz proved me so wrong with Ample. Shannon, our favorite Disacffected Scanner Jockey, is one of the few people who is decidedly not Irish on St. Patrick’s Day.  When you don’t like a holiday, her strategy of avoidance is one worth […]