Monthly Archives: June 2011

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With the 4th of July right around the corner, some neighborhoods are already shooting off fireworks displays. But not everyone is ready for the noise that accompanies fireworks.  The Big Piece of Cake captured some pretty hilarious pictures of her daughter, Eleanor. Speaking of fireworks, are you thinking about heading to the National Mall for […]

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What’s it like to see two giants of Music perform in the span of a few days? An Unpopular Girl in Womanhood tells the tale. Because who doesn’t love a good dog friendly Happy Hour? Dining in DC has a guide to canine and wallet friendly places to imbibe. Slinky skirts and pretty shoes are […]

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In a Bookstore full of Stephenie Myers and Snooki hardcovers, it can be difficult to find a book that has depth, and is also interesting.Skullcrusher Mountain summarizes a few books that he enjoyed over the last few months. Just like Listen to Leon I, too, suffer from the trouble of having “one of those faces“. […]

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A new arrival to DC from the West Coast has moved to Columbia Heights and writes: this neighborhood is refreshing in some ways, sad in others. refreshing in that it’s diverse, young, happenin’, “up-and-coming” and filled with colorful townhouses with front porches, compared with other areas of dc that are filled with businesssuits and chi-chi […]

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This week’s pretty pictures of food – make that GORGEOUS pictures of food – come with a big side dish of perspective, courtesy of On a Lobster Placemat. Are you like me, and just a teensy bit jumpy when someone holds eye contact with you a little too long? I think I’d go crazy trying […]

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With the middle of June, comes the end of school.  For kids that means its time for summer vacation.  For parents, it is wondering what to do with the kids.  Scary Mom talks about her memories of summer camp, and how she wishes she could have been a “camp kid.” City Girl reflects on the […]

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Among the best parts of summer in DC is the plethora of free outdoor activities. The blogger who has a view from The 42 Bus writes about one of the lesser known but very charming venues – Fort Reno Summer Music Series. He may not be on the side of a milk carton, but the […]

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Every good business owner wants to keep an eye on their employees while they’re away, right? Make sure they keep “making that money.” However, sometimes, it might be a good idea to back off, as told by The DCist DC offers the first edible garden tour in the area this July, and D.C. Guerilla Garden […]

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Hopefully everyone had a wonderful Father’s Day spending time with, remembering, or being, a dad. The detail that Wardrobe Oxygen includes in this post about everything she took with her to Bonnaroo (and I mean EVERYTHING) is truly captivating. As someone who has never been, I feel like I just learned all I need to […]

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Let’s lead off today with pretty pictures of food, shall we? Thanks, Keep It Simple Foods; quite the inspiration to splurge on pizza this weekend… I laughed out loud when I saw the [language NSFW] title to the latest from Listen to Leon. Oh, my word, do you write my life. See if you identify […]