Monthly Archives: December 2010

DC Blogs Noted

Nothing like familial… interest, we’ll say, in your life, eh? Arm yourself with this handy list of rebuttals from City Girls World. Do you ever feel as if you’re the only person who’s irked by [tiny little thing in your life that chafes you like no other]? You’re Welcome… relates that kind of pet peeve […]

DC Blogs Noted

If you don’t want me to call 911, don’t park in front of my house, writes In Shaw. Elizabeth Edwards life inspired this post by Foggy Dew who tells of his family history and of lives well lived. Like My Hat? Maybe. But you may like the photos. Peace Love Nicole. The Hill is Home […]

DC Blogs Noted

Date the District presents their argument for why “Why We’re Just Not That Into ‘He’s Just Not That Into You’”. Think you know everything there is to know about Santa’s birthday? DC Urban Dad shares a few interesting and generally unknown nuggets about Christmas. UrbanTurf DC takes an end of the year, section-by-section look at […]

DC Blogs Noted

Former DC blogger Average Jane explores the reasons why Geek Chic is so compelling to her. Hating Martha Stewart but enjoying making cookies is neither a mutually exclusive nor a particularly novel state of mind. PHNX65 explains her reasons for holding those twin positions. Hollywood rarely comes to DC with any critical mass. The annual […]

DC Blogs Noted

President Obama recently announced a freeze on pay increases for civilian federal employees. One federal employee, I’ve Never Been Good With Titles, calculates its impact, as does another federal worker, Counting my Pennies. Benign. Anonymiss in DC writes of the experience in pursuit of a medical answer. The Aussie Embassy does Christmas Decorations. Photo. Clever […]

DC Blogs Noted

A genetic reason for, um, casual recreational coupling? Where the Girls Go points out a study that finds just that. A heart-wrenchingly difficult holiday for Capitol Hill 20210. Your humble editor’s PSA this time: take the advice in the last line of this one. Please. A rock and roll biography leads to a change of […]

DC Blogs Noted

Barbara Diskin of Looking2Live describes the approach she takes to tutoring in math.  Or approaches.  Not surprisingly, she doesn’t have just one technique in her bag:  like all good teachers, she has a number of tools in her toolkit. Central Michel Richard will be offering free samples for food testing. Metrocurean.  See the post for […]

DC Blogs Noted

A Portland, Oregon based graphic designer has reinterpreted the iconic Metro Map. It is not entirely dissimilar, but has a distinctly fresh feel and (according to the artist) more accurate dimensions and scale. Hat tip to DC Urban Turf for highlighting this new look. Where the Girls Go posted about a man who was arrested […]