Monthly Archives: June 2009

DC Blogs Noted

I’m trying to be humorous and positive this week, but the serious-negative/humorous-positive ratio is a little out of kilter.  My apologies. Livin Mi Life notes that the  guard, Mr. Johns, killed in the Holocaust Museum shooting was opening the door (to be helpful) for the elderly man who then murdered him. Meanwhile, the Anti-DC chronicles […]

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The voice behind Life Goes on I Think had been quiet for a while.  Without pomp or ceremony, she has turned the lights back on.  In Sessions, she makes it clear that she “[doesn’t] have time for niceties at her [therapist’s] hourly rate.” In addition to being environmentally friendly, thrift store shopping has the added […]

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Intern stories written by a former Hill intern, older and wiser, at Spotted: DC Summer Interns. More intern observations at The Latest Obsession who writes: We DC “residents” are supposed to despise and detest the interns that descend on us for the summer. Not without reason, mind you … Breast Blossoms or the little truths […]

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O, the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune! Overheard early one morning in the usually peaceful Takoma Park. when i look deep in your eyes. A former expat from Japan, now in the DC area, You, madam, are no Ambrose Bierce, recaptures through food part of what she misses. Excerpt: I was not mourning an […]

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So you probably know Real World Is Coming to Dupont Circle! (S Street, Dupont Circle, I mean… somewhere…) but how will it affect your hood. Friends of Jack Capitol Hill 20210 reviews the NIN show… and the venue. We’re Not Just a Band, We are also a Social Club Sweetpea’s Garden offers Condolences to the […]

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Live It, Love It lists her pet peeves: things that annoy her about her fellow bloggers. No, none that refer to any of you. You’re all above average, and great writers with great blog layouts. But I completely agree with her, and I’m sure there are many other blogging annoyances out there. Meeting the parents: often […]

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One of the über-anonymous contributors at K Street Confidential has a confession… or maybe a confession within a confession. The dedicated Hop-Head behind the Hop Heights Blog asks the following question about glassware: “To most drinkers, specialized glassware across the spectrum of spirits seems as natural as the grain itself. So why do people respond […]

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Some mid-week additions the dcblogs.com/live feed Dating, sex, politics: Desperate in DC Personal: i’m gonna break your heart Library services: DC Public Library Arts and Literature Bethesda fashion, shopping events: MoCo Scene Urban affairs: Metropolis on a Hill Contact: dcblogs@gmail.com, and twitter.com/dcblogs

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If you have never heard of MTV’s Real World then what follows is nonsense. But for a front row seat to a reality show about roommates lacking conflict resolution skills, there’s an apartment for rent across the street from the Real World house at 2000 S. St. NW, reports the blogger at Mid-Day Ramble. For […]

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What I learned today at the zoo. Stimeyland. A witty and fun take on a visit. The Chewable Game. Gomez the dog gets a new toy. Intangible Arts. Ray’s Hellburger reviewed after skydriving trip canceled because of plane’s mechanical problems. Hellburger is No. 1 in the Adventures in Shaw burger ranking. First anniversary celebration includes […]