Monthly Archives: November 2009

DC Blogs Noted

Moving to DC meant giving up a home in Shreveport, La., and with the market so bad Pisces out of Water decided to rent their house. But the experience of being a landlord has not been the best so now there’s a home for sale. Nanda can’t commit to anything and pushes people away. She […]

DC Blogs Noted

I suppose it should be no surprise after the recent springing up of cupcakeries in DC, but the moment has finally arrived: the District is (finally?) getting its own cupcake truck (via Churchill Corporate Housing Blog). Just so long as it doesn’t play Yankee Doodle… FoggyDew and Ben H. Rome were both invited to a […]

DC Blogs Noted

An American University grad student, Friederike Brand, has assembled a map of neighborhood blogs that illustrates in a dramatic manner the development of neighborhood blogs in DC. Neighborhood blogs are, in general, concentrated in areas of gentrification and neighborhoods that tend to attract the young and single. The District’s more settled areas, especially in the […]

DC Blogs Noted

Spotted: Michelle Obama and Desiree Rogers Dining Out. Thanks DC Fab. Until now, the Homeland Security Video at Ballston Mall was looking like the closest I’d get to a celeb sighting DCstyle this week. We Love DC explains when it IS worth it to spend $300 on something that’s going to disappear – poof! $300, […]

DC Blogs Noted

While Cosmopolitan Conservative is still waiting for her copy of Sarah Palin’s book, she questions the Katie Couric strategy.  Life in the Village describes three WTF moments that its author had in one day and says three WTF moments is a record.  This contributing editor applauds that optimistic spirit and would like to run a contest for […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Change I Wish to See’s latest post, Our Promise to You, embodies the title of his blog while reminding us that there are bad people in this world and those who abuse animals are pretty high on the list. Diatribes by Joah offers “5 Things You Won’t Hear (But Must Know) When Starting a […]

DC Blogs Noted

When it comes to hiring, HR departments are ill-treating job applicants, writes Sarah-er Than You. This blogger speaks from experience and offers a code of conduct for HR employees, in the post, If I Ran HR. Fort Totten Transfer Station, how do I love thee? Farm Fresh Meat. Advice on how to get rid of […]

DC Blogs Noted

Fifteen minutes, U Street/Adams Morgan corridor, 3 am, Saturday night. Observed. Momentum. One DC’s older blogs, Throwing Håmmers, has ended his blog. Hammer also leaves with a big damn list of acknowledgements, but it is Hammer, who also edits a post every now then at DCBlogs, who deserves thanks for some six years of entertaining […]

The latest adds to the live feed

Some new adds to the dcblogs.com/live feed: Food: Passion Fruits Personal: At Limbo Unpopped Collar The Aplomb of Audrey Bigappletothebeltway’s Blog In the eye of the superpower Poverty in DC: Help the District Music: Between Love and Like Panush’s Picks and Pans Dating: Sierens and Sharks Architecture and Art: ЦARЬCHITECT About DC: Community Matters DC

DC Blogs Noted

Vox Populi shares an on campus Veterans Day discussion. Panel discusses Georgetown’s civil-military divide If You See Something, Say Something highlights DC scenes in a video: DC Chillin. DC public works, confused? DCist straightens it out for us.Yes, Street Cleaning Really is Suspended for Winter as of Nov. 6. 14th & You reports the sad […]