Monthly Archives: April 2011

DC Blogs Noted

A few weeks ago Dating DC thought about ending her blog due to a guy’s negative reaction to it.  Well, this week, she is back and offers some honest thoughts about what it means and feels like to connect with someone. Eating around DC compares cupcakes to cocktails, but admits that the conversation was better […]

DC Blogs Noted

A burning desire for parenthood from Hilarity in Shoes DC Blogs Contributing Editor Magnolia sounds off about the Congressional indignities heaped upon the District with the latest federal budget. An American Girl in Washington gets all kinds of geeky over proximity to a few members of the SCOTUS. Sarah and the Goon Squad makes the […]

DC Blogs Noted

We’ve all been at a Denny’s or Waffle House after last call and have seen what Average Bro calls a good old fashion “hoodrat fight.” Pie Charts make everything better. Grant’s Blog takes a look at the similarities between Christianity, The Taliban, and LOLCats. There’s a Possum in The Slow Cook‘s basement, and he’s not […]

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How Hausaufgoblin spent her last few hours before the shutdown…or so she thought. Wild and Crazy Pearl takes on one of the many new DC BBQ joints to determine if she’s eating BBQ goodness or BBQ mediocrity. Can’t. Stop. Thinking. About. This. House. Neither can DC Socialite. I thought I was a busy lady with […]

DC Blogs Noted

[OK, so this one’s not a blog, but here’s a link to exactly how DC’s government will be affected should the government actually shut down tonight. Fingers crossed that by the time you read this, it’s all moot…] …but in case it’s not, Herb of DC reflects on how the lack of parking enforcement that […]

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Come mid-afternoon at work, I will often kick off the heels and walk to the printer from my office barefoot.  But to do that for an entire day? Bunny Cakes describes doing just that at work as a way to raise awareness all of the children in the world without shoes and how one pair […]

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Mountain Girl Musing tries to reconcile the poetry and prose of campaigning and governing. …speaking of government reality, Grant’s Blog argues that defense funding is grossly under-reported. A reader writes to the Prince of Petworth asking for help dealing with a problem with a neighbor. What would you do if an elderly man in an […]

DC Blogs Noted

DC Native Joe Flood has finished his novel,  Murder in Ocean Hall. The local writer was featured on Borderstan.com, where he gave a brief interview about himself, and his book. Did you have a favorite toy as a child? Perhaps it was a stuffed pink poodle named “Fifi”? A battered teddy bear in over-alls?  Rude […]

DC Blogs Noted

Apparently people have some incredibly disillusioned misconceptions about the funding of public broadcasting, according to Talking Points Memo. Fifth Floor Kitchen makes a pie that is fairly unconventional, but looks really really good. When do boy bands, beers, sports, and late night donuts all come together to make an evening? During Kickball Season, says Absurd […]

DC Blogs Noted

[Happy April Fool’s Day to all of you intrepid readers out there! You have my word that this collection of links is 100% prank-free. Enjoy…] One of the perks/headaches of living in the nation’s capital, depending on your perspective, is dealing with Hill interns. Bless their ambitious little hearts. Famous DC presents these plucky, idealistic […]