Monthly Archives: June 2009

DC Blogs Noted

A couple at a cafe is “sharing what could only be interpreted as an inconvenient truth: neither of them wanted to be there,” writes The Change I Wish to See. Category: Life observed. This is Goodbye. Speak on It explains why it’s time to move on: You can’t really rely on people you don’t know. […]

DC Blogs Noted

The blogger RuninDC.com has put together a video, sung in rap, about the Eastern Market opening. And here’s a photo tour of the Eastern Market with some sarcastic commentary. The DC Universe. If you want a friend in DC, get a blog. This blog is by recent college grad who plans to share the adventures […]

New blogs for the live feed

Some recent additions to the dcblogs.com/live feed Personal: Displaced in DC Nodding Is Underrated Living Life Frame by Frame Food: Beltway BBQ Beets and Bonbons District Plates Thrifty DC Cook District news: The DC Informer Home: RedPosie Spark!

DC Blogs Noted

DCist was one of the first DC blogs to report on the death of the King of Pop (and a link to coverage of the death of Farrah Fawcett. Go Home Already: Thoughts and Prayers – DCist. Meanwhile, somewhat spookily, or perhaps just a testament to the legend of the man If you see something, […]

DC Blogs Noted

Where’s My Sitcom explains why you don’t want to live inside the Beltway, and then reconsiders. The Dumping Ground discusses blame for the Monday Red Line crash. Conclusion: underfunding, resulting in funds that should be used for capital improvements being used to keep the system operating.  Greater Greater Washington is quoted in the Dumping Ground’s […]

DC Blogs Noted

Two Georgetown University graduate students are traveling through the Middle East for a spell and became witness to history in Iran.  Dispatches from the Region began as a standard issue travel blog before the protests in Tehran took the world stage.  I learned of their blog through a summary on Vox Populi. Monday’s Metro Tragedy […]

DC Blogs Noted

At around 5 p.m., the phone rings. Red Nose answers. It was Joe, her husband, the man she just celebrated her 29th anniversary with. He says: “The Metro train I’m on just crashed into another train.” He’s fine, but it makes her shiver. IMetro wonders about the delay and then he hears sirens. For many […]

DC Blogs Noted

What makes a father. Baby Bird. A moment with a blind man in Adams Morgan. Online Dating Bytes. A lovely brown girl deals with being 30 and alone. A woman with breast cancer describes some of the cost issues in the post titled: let’s talk about cancer and money. My fabulous boobies. Who Murdered Robert […]

Some new blogs to the live feed

Some new arrivals to dcblogs.com/live Environment: Going Green DC Personal: Liz in DC Banana Smoothie Where’s My Sitcom DC Architecture: The Straight Torquer About DC: The District Food: Order me this Parenting: Scary Mommy Wife and Mommy Real World DC: The Anti-Real World DC Fitness: Runin DC

DC Blogs Noted

SciWonk offers some Advice for Lobbyists, straight from a long-time congressional staffer. B(ridge) and T(unnel) Crowd provides a step-by-step guide to How Not to See Reese Witherspoon and Owen Wilson Film a Movie in DC Will he stay or will he go now? The DC Sports Page follows the Nats coach saga. Manny Acta Watch […]