Monthly Archives: March 2011

DC Blogs Noted

As someone who grew up with a grandmother believing that we were distant relatives to the Queen Mum, I love reading about the British Royal Family.  In Adrienne Loves, she shows us how to score Kate Middleton’s classic look for under $100. Its that time of year again, Washington, DC.  Cherry Blossom season, when the city […]

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A case of the Mondays becomes more of a trip to the land of lakes and brimstone for the folks at the Funny Farm Two of my favorite things are food, and philanthropy. The Glamazon Diaries points us to a local chain that’s got both, just in time for the cherry blossoms. British pop star […]

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In the dating world, Date Me, DC has some highly priced competition…or so she thinks. DC Gastronome visits the circus. For lunch. Life in the Village offers up a political game that will entertain and challenge DC residents: The Redistricting Game! A workout playlist that will please anyone and everyone? Fit and Hungry thinks this […]

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Laura Donovan talks about her relationships with friends both in DC and across the country and tells us the ten things that she has learned about herself and this city since moving here seven months ago. Do you remember vivid details of your childhood?  Or are they hazy?  They are hazy for Que Sara, but […]

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Have you seen this woman? A young mother and wife left her Adams Morgan home on Monday morning heading for work… and then she disappeared. Please look at the pictures and see if you can help. [Ed. Note: While double checking this post before publishing, news that Emily has been located appeared on the Facebook […]

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Jason’s View from D.C. briefly recounts a celestial event that occurred over the weekend, including some scientific tidbits. It is a small world after all! New Kid on the Hill thought it would be just another commute home, but an innocent question sparks a connection. Spring is in the air! For now, at least.   Stimeyland […]

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“Is that bread pudding in there, or a baby?” A Clever Title Goes Here tells you the deal. Teabelly shares the news of Hole In The Sky Collective’s impending move to Eckington. In more new-to-the-neighborhood news, The Heights Life suspects that a DSW is coming to Columbia Heights. I love a shoe store that’s so […]

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We usually count on Unsuck DC Metro for ranting and commiseration about the state of our beleaguered public transit system. But this time, here’s a personal take on the horrors that the Japanese people face, as well as a link to ways you can help with the relief efforts. When like-minded bloggers meet, especially in […]

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!  If you are still looking for a great spot to celebrate and enjoy a Guinness (or five) tonight check out DCist and KStreetKate for some great suggestions. Food trucks have changed the restaurant scene in downtown DC, especially during the lunch hour.  Now that food trucks are expanding their coverage area to […]

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Awkward Sex and the City likes to iron in her skivvies which is just one of the things she shares with her mother. It leads her to the obvious question: how much is too much? When your Mardis Gras recap describes the beignets as having “So much powdered sugar, it looked like breakfast at Charlie […]