Monthly Archives: July 2010

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Go, Pop, Go gives thanks for the birth of his second daughter, and might be a tad biased (but that’s okay, he’s her dad, he’s supposed to be biased) in describing the perfection of it all. What does it mean to be a professional? The Definitive Dmbosstone considers this question as he considers his first […]

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Photo: This bundle of cute is waiting to be adopted. For more information and a photo gallery of dozens of other pets-in-waiting, see Live It, Love It, Save the Furbabies. If there is any blogger that could write a post about her breast cancer getting increasingly seriousness and somehow make it poignant, funny, and simultaneously […]

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Because of her blog, Adventures of a florida girl in dc has been invited to media tastings and events for new restauants. She writes: What I didn’t anticipate was that I felt a little weird about going to these events and then blogging about them to you. Designer Debt : How Far Will Women Go? […]

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Save the furbabies because they really need you. Live It, Love It. Be sure to scroll down to the bundle of cute pictures taken at the Washington Humane Society. Tenleytown – Road Kill for the Middle Class. Econo-Girl tells about all the stuff college kids leave on their way out of Tenleytown. She writes: The […]

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A Day in the Life of a Congressional Staffer … During Recess. Famous DC reveals the truth. A total, and totally deserved, rant: Dear Everyone on the 42 Bus. Hilarity in Shoes A newspaper reporter recounts the day she had to learn how to use a camera with a “f” stop. feast after famine. Grandma’s […]

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It’s Official — DC Tourist are Morons, writes Phnx65. i’m going to break your heart writes: My air conditioner is dying a slow and painful and expensive death. Next time you join a gym consider asking for a disount. Counting My Pennies, who writes: So I went in. I asked. And they immediately gave me […]

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At 11am EST today, the voting for the first ever MTV Twitter Jockey begins.  Go vote for your TJ of choice (but around here, we’re all pulling for DC Blogs Contributing Editor and resident Queen of TMI, LiLu.) To be clear, DC Blogs has not endorsed a candidate in the Washington Mayoral race. However, it […]

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Drifting Focus spends a lot of time overseas and it’s opened her eyes to things about the U.S. It begins: I am generally not the most positive person about America. I think we’re largely fat, uncultured, and incredibly self-centered. Whenever I go overseas, these beliefs generally become stronger as I see them in contrast to […]

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Do you want information about metro rail on the 4th of July? Then check Greater Great Washington. He also lists the best spots in DC to watch the fireworks and writes: ”If you’re like me, and want to see the fireworks but have little desire to battle the throngs around the Mall, skip the Metro […]

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Whether you have an old Huffy (like some contributing editors) or some high-tech alloy job that would pay for a year of higher education, if you love to bike or just want an excuse to get out and bike, consider the Capitol Criterion bike race on July 11. BicycleSpokesman.com recommends it. Yes.  Kids can drive […]