Monthly Archives: August 2010

DC Blogs Noted

(photo via [f]oxymoron) My inner child is skipping to the tune of this unconventional “Back to School” post from Paint It What I Tell You; behold, crayon art like you’ve NEVER seen before. GoBackpacking divulges his (very thoughtful, albeit detailed) strategy for picking the best seat on a long bus ride. Living in or near […]

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We are informed: My circus sideshow of a husband was able to devour the Quad Fish in 53 seconds. Photos, too. Dogs & Wine. A reader takes the blogger out on a date. Date me, DC. Peace, Love, Nicole: 33 Things About Me for my 33rd. Powell Play shares the inside photographic story of the […]

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Among all of the joys of the internet, the ability to instantaneously test a social theory (on the micro level most times) is among my personal favorites. The author of the New Ciacada blog decided to ask the boys of the internet “what kind of mix-tape he would put together before meeting [her]” for a […]

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While Candy Sandwich describes her day as one that makes her want to duck, really, her family and life sound pretty good. Meanwhile, Red Nose recalls the days of duck and cover. Social media and privacy issues have City Girl in the District giving some advice and opinions. And she doesn’t like Facebook Places or […]

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This one is going to tug your heart strings a little… ok, maybe a lot, but I implore you to read It Breaks My Heart from Do You Come Here Often. What good is this whole internet thing if we can’t use it to send some positive vibes to one of our own when she’s […]

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The Social Media Club – DC will be holding a happy hour fundraiser to support families of the Gulf tomorrow, August 25th. The what, when and why are all here. The Definitive Dmbosstone has been “blogging before it was called blogging”- and is therefore definitely an expert when it comes to getting over The Blog […]

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Why the Target hate? Confessions of an Aztec Law Student investigates and writes: I realized it’s because the only people who write reviews on Yelp are disaffected yuppies.* An Open Letter to the Washington D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue. Velvet in Dupont. The Great Typo Hunt in Dupont Circle. These bloggers wrote a book […]

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Either the writers at the Washington City Paper Blog have too much time on their hands or work on the side of the extra-truthful angels – jumpball. Either way their What If Campaign Ads Were Really Honest post is a terrifically hysterical way to start your Friday. Thursday was the much anticipated debut of the […]

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A West Coast transplant compares her new home with the old one in the post, Bringing West Coast charm to DC. Laura Donovan. An election sign in DC that is decisive, yet ambivalent. The Brightwoodian What’s with the Red Hook Lobster truck? Young and Hungry has menu. The Burger Joint, a review at Capitol Bites […]

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From the Dating & Relationship Desk of DC Blogs: Many people have written posts about good places to meet members of the (insert your gender preference here) sex. The versions by the author of Fifty First (J) Dates may not be novel, but Five Places to Meet Boys, and Five Places to Meet Girls are […]