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My Third Eye Scratched
A satirical look at the neo-pop art scene as practiced today by the cool, tight and trendy pimp-celebrity, post-mod, bobo, hipster artists.
Every Food Fits
… to picture people and food in the best light and tell stories through photography and writing.
I tend to be that guy in a group of friends that you always call for restaurant recommendations, menus to impress a wife, husband, boyfriend or girlfriend, and has an encyclopedic knowledge of the Greater Washington DC Area restaurant scene. “Hey Chad, did you hear that XXX opened up?” Why, yes I have, and I have already been there, it is delicious, try the ….
Foggy Bottom Luau
An unofficial blog of recipes that are popular with customers at a certain Foggy Bottom grocery store. All these recipes have been tested for simplicity and ease in the tiny demo kitchen at the store, and tasted and approved by DC grocery shoppers.
I’ve been writing about eating in and around the District (with occasional travels) for almost 3 years. I’m not a food expert or a chef; I’m not even a particularly proficient home cook. I just love to eat, and I started the blog so I could efficiently give dining advice to my friends, who were always asking.
Welcome to This Every Gal’s World
Just your average 30 something single female living in our nation’s capital. i like to have fun with friends, shop sales, and travel when the opportunity arises! this blog is about my rants, raves, trials and tribulations, basically whatever is on my mind…
Candiland 30th Edition
I’m Candice. I turned 30 on March 1st. This blog shares my thoughts and feelings on turning thirty and the lessons learned before and after. Please join me on my journey by visiting this site often. Please also feel free to comment. I consider myself to be a life-long learner and I love to hear from different people to learn a new perspective on a common situation.
Currently I work at National Republican Senatorial Committee as their Chief Digital Strategist in charge of all their online efforts. Previously I worked at DCI Group, a public affairs firm in DC, where I oversaw all of their internet operations and online activities for clients. An active participant in online campaigning and communications since 2003, I’ve also spoken at forums on how to best utilize the Internet in politics including Personal Democracy Forum and the Institute for Politics, Democracy and the Internet at George Washington University.
Bach & Tonic
Commentary on politics and culture from Nick Fitzgerald — a PR professional, contributor to The Daily Caller, and classical music buff in DC.
Get With The Program
Beverly Hunt is a social media blogger living in the washington dc area.
the simple life 2.0
The simple life 2.0 is about health (personal, emotional, environmental…), wealth (what has value and how can we cultivate it?), and the pursuit of happiness (through learning and community).
Go, Pop, Go!
I’m a dad who blogs about God, BBQ, working out, and video editing.
Fashion, Music, Art
sugar and art
Following this blog is important to your health. Laughter, feelings of art appreciation, and simply drooling over our fabulous events and custom whatevers will make your life better.
I Spy Things DC
A daily dose of fashion, décor and snacks from our Nation’s Capital
As Seen On Metro
A blog dedicated to pictures of strange and/or noteworthy things on Metro.
DC Scores is a nonprofit that combines soccer, poetry, and service learning in an after-school curriculum to help youth in 23 Washington, D.C. public schools become physically fit, feel part of a team, and become active in school and agents of change in the community.
No Love For You
I decided to join an online dating service in search of “someone special”. Six months and $120 later, all I had to show for it was hundreds of emails from men in cyberspace trying to contact, woo, and/or stalk me. Some of the emails I received were actually quite lovely and well-written. Some emails were clearly “form” emails. Some showcased the grammar and writing skills of a 7-year old. And then there were the emails that took “train-wreck” to epic levels.
Housing, renting, design
The Borrowed Adobe
Meet me, Jane. When I was a kid, my idea of a fun Saturday or Sunday morning was to wake up before dawn and rearrange the funiture in my bedroom while trying not to wake my parents. I should have known then that it would become a lifetime obsession. Why “The Borrowed Abode?” It’s simple, really. I called this blog “The Borrowed Abode” because the underlying theme with all my projects is that they’re landlord-friendly. (And with three pets, pet-friendly, too!) I’m working to inexpensively make my rented condo just as lovely as if I owned it, but without implementing renovations or other permanent fixes. The borrowed abode can still be a beautiful home