Monthly Archives: September 2009

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Jenny from the Farm takes the plunge. The freelancing plunge. Me, a freelancer? You’ve had your apples. You’ve had your honey. Now what? The Blog at 16th and Q offers Rosh Hashanah Foods Besides Apples and Honey Sigh. Yet another Metro casualty.DCist reports on the Metro Train Jumper at Columbia Heights. By the Bayou remembers […]

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A note to Dear Mia that someday will remind her how the second year of pre-school began. Rude Cactus This first sentence makes you want to read the rest of this post by Not a Runner: It seems that everyone I talk to recently has some sort of new method to maintain his or her […]

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Lemmonex understands that this has been the summer of the lost icon, but none have affected her the way the loss of Patrick Swazye has.  In response, she offers a compelling tribute to the Dirty Dancing Star.  Not Enough Tequila in the World also pays tribute but more to the star of the cult classic […]

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Is rudeness getting out of control?  After a week of badly behaving celebs, Controlling Authority comments on how to construct a good apology. Do you yearn for blog fame?  Do you wish you had thousands of readers and hundreds of comments? Ramblings of the Bearded One shares his recent brush with fame. OK, OK, we […]

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Tea Party Rally in DC: Corporations are Using Concerned and Angry White People. Carlos in DC investigates the so-called tea party protesters to try to discover what they are about. I was shocked on their level of ingenuity, or perhaps falseness. They called me “brother” and invited me to join their movement. I told them […]

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Two Shorten the Road remembers thinking something needed to change in the routine. That was Sept. 10, 2001. And then… it did. Never a Sure Thing. Hippo Crusades proves you can go home again… when friends need you. Unplanned Reunion. Capitol Hill’s historic Friendship House may soon have a new owner and day care center […]

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Marissa, formerly of the Anti DC and now of Marissa’s Big Adventure, is holding a massive fire sale of her apartment’s contents in preparation for her big move. It all has to go: shelves, bed, stuff, recliner, and the rare and priceless guide-to-blogging classic, Deeper than Desire. A video tour reveals all. A hand drawn […]

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You might have a problem with Facebook if … We’ll let Famous DC answer that question. WMATA is considering a fare increase to close its $100M budget deficit.  Malnurtured Snay ran the numbers and is fine with the charges… and is apparently in the minority. There is substantive portion of the football watching population who […]

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Relatives of (That’s Why) The Lady is a Tramp are asked not to read this post about what the French term la petite mort. Spotted: Little Red Running Hood. DC [Summer] Interns. Never leave home without your badge. Why I Never Ask Dad For Dating Advice. Average Jane When a child bumps her head, the […]