Monthly Archives: May 2011

DC Blogs Noted

The roads on Capitol Hill were briefly empty for a bit last week, and that the BEST apartment for rent in the history of Craigslist. That is, if you like cats…a lot. vegetarian primer from Keep It Simple Foods. For those who wonder, the City Paper’s Young and Hungry

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Oh, the wonder and glory of children. They’re our future, I’ve been told. Who doesn’t think of white picket fences and kids playing all over the place when they think of idyllic living? Well, apparently some folks just can’t abide the noise that kids playing outside make. Mean Louise takes issue with that. Now, teenagers, […]

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Adams Morgan comes to T Street. 14th & You adds her thoughts to the vitriol and hyperbole over a new restaurant. Borderstan has the news about Wednesday’s vote. SingleGirlDating writes: What happened to the old fashioned way of meeting guys? Guys actually approaching a female and saying something nice enough to get your attention and […]

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Crash, Meet Burn. The One With the Red Stethoscope. Our writer meets a guy online a week ago. He moves at a rapid pace, emailing, texting, etc., and after five days, he wants to come to DC to visit. Clarissa Splains It All writes about moving to DC, working the Hill, loving, shopping, and adjusting. […]

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The mother of all holidays, Mother’s Day, was this past Sunday, and many bloggers paid tribute to their Mom or other important female role models with blogs and tweets. Two updates in particular caught my eye; this touching post from Dating DC about what her mother’s sacrifices mean to her, and this cute narrative from […]

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I hope all of the moms out there had a great Mother’s Day! Here’s a round-up of just a few of the many DC bloggers’ posts about Mother’s Day memories and meanings. Stimeyland proclaims her kids the winners of Mother’s Day. If my child wrote me a poem with the line, “I come from a […]

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A man witnesses the harassment of a woman but stays silent. He poses this question instead: What can I do, as a man, to help combat harrassment? Holla Back DC Photo proof why DC politicians, in the end, don’t matter. The Brightwoodian. The response of Metro employees to a rider’s injury is told in this […]

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As someone who is slightly obsessed with all things British, I am still coming off my high from the royal wedding.  This week, when I started reading DC Condo Boutique about the possibility of Will and Kate moving to DC I got excited all over again.  I instantly envisioned the Duchess of Cambridge becoming my […]

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Elegant Living, Savage Death. Who Murdered Robert Wone. The blog that has long followed this case finally got an inside look at the house where Mr. Wone was murdered. The Dupont neighborhood property is for sale at $1.6 million. Baseball writer Chris Haft pens a nice a piece about his walk to the White House […]

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There were a plethora of tweets, blogs, and statuses about the recent capture and death of Osama Bin Laden.   A few of the blogs that caught my eye were Beyond D.C.‘s photos from the Pennsylvania Avenue celebration, Liz in Law School‘s thank you.  Always a Drunk, Never a Bride‘s yay,  The Dithering of a […]