Monthly Archives: September 2010

DC Blogs Noted

A recap of the election: Poverty and Policy looks at the campaigns in the District and the end result. In a post at Greater Greater Washington, Tom Howarth of the Father McKenna Center writes about the compassion required to be able to effectively help the homeless. Nerd alert from Attention Span of a Fly: she […]

DC Blogs Noted

Wordful Wednesday. Priceless. parenting by dummies. What happens when the water heater blows up. When did we start working 7 day weeks? Always a drunk never a bride Les Lecons de Mon Voyage a Paris. Poignantly Pink DC writes: With this trip to France, I proved myself one with the French. Naturally, I appear quite […]

DC Blogs Noted

A heart warm/break all in one: Band Back Together is a new group blog for people to share their stories of grief, trial, loss, etc.- a place to share, to support, and hopefully, to heal. Unsuck DC Metro wonders, “Where Would Jesus Litter (WWJL)?” DC Blogs Contributing Editor Restaurant Refugee shares his favorite “Where Were […]

DC Blogs Noted

DC sports bloggers, particularly those covering the Caps, were among the first bloggers in DC to be recognized as important news sources by the organizations they cover. They were given access to the players. The writer of On Frozen Blog writes about his own involvement in this world and evolution as a journalist, in a […]

DC Blogs Noted

Out of the Frying and Into the Mire writes: The other night I was out on a date and my companion inquired what I planned on ordering. When the server came, he ordered for both of us. I found this incredibly hot. When relaying this story to a friend, I followed it up with a […]

DC Blogs Noted

BeyondDC reports Capitol Bikeshare’s announcement that the first day of services will be September 20. Here’s a suggestion for fighting gridlock, cross-posted at BeyondDC and Greater Greater Washington. Girls Just Wanna Have Funds asks for advice for the $11,000,000 in debt Teresa Gudice (how?), making this contributing editor understand that she has missed absolutely nothing […]

DC Blogs Noted

Meridian Pint is among the latest additions to the Columbia Heights bar/restaurant scene. I Flip for Food has some largely positive things to say but has some qualms too. Learning to Fly, however, makes a case for the restaurant/beer palace’s unique parting gift as it’s most endearing asset. This contributing editor was aware of the […]

DC Blogs Noted

Missing DC: Part 1. Wonderful writing by Marathon’s Mistress. It starts: I pride myself on being totally independent. Of friends. Of family. Especially from men. I’ve never been the kind of girl that gets a boyfriend and loses herself and stops seeing her girls or working out or going to (insert hobby here) class. But […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Big Piece of Cake offers commiseration and companionship to a fellow parent. Charlcie reminds us of the start of Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month (a cause near to this editor’s heart as well as the author’s). As The Diary of a Divorced Guy points out, you never appreciate the little things in life until you […]

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The blogger went to the Virginia DMV completely prepared. It didn’t do him a bit of good. The post: My First of Two Trips to the DMV. Quiet Declarations. The five things you could learn from Poison Control. DC Urban Dad. Great points. If anyone has any suggestions of good post-apocalyptic dystopian literature to read, […]