Monthly Archives: July 2009

DC Blogs Noted

Washingtron shares a video (via Streetfilms) of our own DC DOT director, Gabe Klein, talking Smart Bike. To alert or not to alert? That was the question for Intangible Art re: the bug. Assume this Metro is bugged. Chris Moreau and his wife have The Time of (Their) Life. Disaffected Scanner Jockey shows us beer […]

DC Blogs Noted

Greater Greater Washington describes plans or dreams for the Montgomery County transit development. Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space also has transit developments plans and hopes. Too poor to help the poor, Multi-talented & Menially Employed, J.D. says “Thanks law school. You really improved my life.” The Sad Elephant notes that Egypt doesn’t abut Iran, […]

DC Blogs Noted

Adults (though I hesitate to refer to politicians as such) may still debate the reality of Climate Change. For the nine year old son of the author of the In All My Spare Time however, the debate is over and he’s asking questions: Moon or Mars? Have you seen the new show More to Love?  […]

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This is brilliant on multiple levels and, of course, mournful. If you see something, say something. Photos; keep scrolling down. When it’s someone you don’t know, Merce Cunningham. I’m gonna break your heart. A look at the employee cuts in the DC Budget Shortfall by life in the village. Bill Clinton is back in action. […]

DC Blogs Noted

U Street residents realize they moved to U Street. why.i.hate.dc. wonders why U Street residents complain about the noise. And, U Street is Loud, Move to Brightwood. Brightwood Blog Sent From My Dell Desktop: 15 books which have influenced me in one way or another. DCist wonders what’s up in Cleveland Park in the post: […]

DC Blogs Noted

Just Matt talks Jordin Sparks and Kenny Loggins. Hey, at least he’s self-aware. My questionable taste in music this week. Oh Susanica! finds out she can be considered a legal parent the day her child is born – something that was not the case when her first child arrived. Who’s your mommy! Lawyer Mama braves […]

DC Blogs Noted

The support of a friend counts for a lot at the testing clinic. an OC girl living in an extraordinary world A man unknowingly drops a piece of paper that flutters to the ground. Velvet in Dupont picks it up and reads it. Budget crisis: DC’s safety net is in danger. Beyond Bread. DC is […]

DC Blogs Noted

Tome of the Unknown Writer is “Sick and tired of being sick and tired” but still found the energy to write a multi-part screed on the affairs of the day.  In one of my favorite parts, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are lampooned as “self-serving…pickaninny pimps.” At the beginning of the month we featured a […]

DC Blogs Noted

Pizza Toppings Equal Love and Other Imperfect Lessons I Learned From My Gay Boyfriends. DC Damsel. A wonderful post. A onetime fan of CHiPs, Conversations with Mud, is learning how to ride a motorcycle. The landmark building at 4th and Florida NW is under contract. Photos. DC Metrocentric The 42 believes U Street is giving […]

DC Blogs Noted

The writer of The Dumping Ground confronts the man who stole his cell phone. The post, Robbed on the Metro. An otherwise indoor cat, a.k.a. the Beast, escapes, reports Where’s My Cape, in Absence makes the heart grow fonder for the beast. A mother’s moment of panic at the swimming pool. Suburban Fizz. The Ten […]