Monthly Archives: April 2010

DC Blogs Noted

Vox Populi shares the happy news: Top Chef’s Spike Mendelsohn may expand Good Stuff Eatery to Georgetown Plight of the Pumpernickel marvels at journalistic luxury. Something like that. This is a $13,000 desk. Really. Greater Greater Washington presents DC’s unknown landmark, the 1972 “most beautiful bridge” Still out on the town heading into Friday morn […]

DC Blogs Noted

By the time this post is published, it will be April 15. Tax day in the U.S. So for those of you who haven’t gotten your returns filed, here is the NASE Staff Blog with its Tax Tips for Procrastinators.  For those of you who already filed your return, here’s the IRS’s “Where’s My Refund?.” […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Ghost Bike appears inside the Nuclear Summit Security Zone in memoriam of Constance Holden – DCist. Recriminations from a life without risk, booze, and vice from Occam’s Razor. Lesbifriends – the Thoughts and Chronicles of an Adorably Awkward Lesbian, shares a few thoughts about a Lesbian who no longer wants that title, and right […]

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Girlofwords.com gives us her worst five restaurant concepts. (Call me a masochist, but I’m kind of intrigued by the “House of a Thousand Clowns.”) I’ve never thought of the alphabet as “badass,” but meanlouise.com proves otherwise. Alice’s Adventures Underground posts a very amusing apology to the Brooklyn Public Library. Don’t miss this one if you […]

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Close Encounters of the Me Kind writes: So I know that I will lose massive cool points for admitting this (like I had any to begin with), but I am a hopeless optimist. Being in my mid-20s and living in DC, I feel like I am definitely in the minority in this. Mount Vernon lock-down […]

DC Blogs Noted

We Love DC loves Maryland, too, but puzzles through this one: MD Portion of I-95 Makes Top 5 Best Roads in US New Columbia Heights talks garden sharing.Want to garden this year, or let someone else garden? DC Theatre Scene goes behind the scenes of one local hit. Little Shop of Horrors Interviews DC Peg […]

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ADD/ADHD symptoms – such as feeling like life is out of control – make the author of Life Is Not a Dress Rehearsal want to go back on medication. Cosmopolitan Conservative (or Girl From the South) worked as an AmeriCorp/Vista volunteer after college. Although the experience was apparently a good one, the idea of expanding […]

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“Women’s Writes” [sic] is a project created by Maries Blog Café and Shine Out Loud to provide voice to their frustration with what they described as a backwards evolution of the rights of women. More than a few DC Bloggers added their voice. Hannah, Just Breathe … Women’s Write. Learning to Fly – Speaking Up. […]

DC Blogs Noted

Princess Sparkle Pony’s Photo Blog makes some informed observations about the differences in dress and attitude among the East and West Coast. An excerpt from the post titled, Dramatic Interpretation: If there’s one thing I learned from 17 years in Southern California, it’s that people there tend to wear costumes (as opposed to “dressing up,” […]

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Spring is here, soon to be “bikini time,” which mean gyms are packed again! And it’s back to being fit. Check some of DC fitness blogs: Want to learn about people’s experiences in the gym? Check In It to Gym It written by hundred of contributors, including many in DC. Want to have the opinion […]