Monthly Archives: March 2010

DC Blogs Noted

For the last few years the organizers of DC’s annual Shamrockfest have made a point of reaching out to bloggers and other new media types. Media passes and VIP access were dangled in presumed hopes of increasing exposure. The ancient Chinese curse “May your wishes come true” seems appropriate… The Cutter Rambles – a semi-vendor’s […]

DC Blogs Noted

The unemployed Anti DC discovers a new calling and that’s to find weird stuff in medieval art. When I Wanted You To Share My Life, I Had No Doubt In My Mind. Velvet in Dupont says a ring means that she is no longer writing a dating blog. Thoughts on Patty Boom Boom. U Street […]

DC Blogs Noted

In what universe is this remotely acceptable? outta mind outta site tells of a conversation with a taxi cab driver. My Ten Commandments for Feeling Good. ErinSlick. A well thought out list. Birds in the Park coming to DC, reports Daily Campello Art News, who writes that this is a “a touring public project, which […]

DC Blogs Noted

Phew! DC Fab tells us the good news: The “Real Housewives of D.C.” Is Still On We Love DC does not love fellow Washwords’ alumni Tony K. Tony Kornheiser Hates Cyclists Yah, maybe he went a little overboard but it is bad that uh… I kinda hear what Tony means? Bread for the City delivers […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Georgetown Tea Party arrives, or Should Georgetown Secede from DC? This began at CarolJoynt.com, (Original post may have been pulled) was picked up at We Love DC, City Desk, and continued at Urban Turf. Garish is good, and anti-billboard movements are bad, argues Greater Greater Washington in defense of DC’s Times Square in Chinatown. […]

DC Blogs Noted

When reporting about DC courts allowing same-sex couples to register for marriage licenses for the first time, The Washington Post ran a front page photo of two men celebrating with a kiss. The newspaper’s Ombudsman writes in his blog that the picture has generated some of the highest volume of reader criticism he has encountered. […]

DC Blogs Noted

How not to hit on a woman, writes Brunette on a Budget after an elevator encounter. More advice: How to get through TSA without a government issued ID. Do you have a Costco membership? 26.2 Secret DC Wilderness: Melvin Hazen Park. Plight of the Pumpernickel Capitol Hill 20210 writes: This past weekend I was thinking […]

DC Blogs Noted

Cannot wait for the Cherry Blossoms? Check the bloomin’ time on the Washington Gardener. April is the best month to be in Paris, but Aesthetics of Everywhere is going to Paris this Friday. Check out her to do list while in Paris. The Slow Cook has some ideas about how to fix school lunch programs. […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Hill is Home introduces us to “The Hipster Housecleaner.” I laughed, I cried… I just might hire him. Against her better judgment, Alyssa Rosenberg has found a way to justify “the mashups of classic literature and monster movies,” and in particular, President Lincoln as a vampire slayer. Lemon Gloria will break your heart with […]

DC Blogs Noted

Shannon Sez: Some people need a refresher on certain laws of fashion. …Speaking of fashion, Sunshine and Potatoes has overturned one of her long held fashion laws. I looked for a blog post that highlighted the upcoming DC Independent Film Festival so that it could be featured here. Either Google failed me (say it ain’t […]