Monthly Archives: July 2011

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Ever wondered what it’s like to have lunch with a presidential candidate? PunditMom had Tea Party cookies with Michele Bachmann and tells us all about it. I’m THRILLED to see football return, without a single game missed. I can’t wait to see my beloved Saints in action. But for an unorthodox perspective on the hometown […]

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I wasn’t trying to make this a Ladies-Only version of DC Blogs Noted… it just kinda worked out that way. -the fooler initiative- has broken her silence and deals with a situation that is too familiar to many – the family loves The Ex. What Lemmonex calls fluff, this contributing editor calls a pithy gathering […]

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The Digital Era is in full swing, and Walking in Heels has some tips and tricks to save your eyes a little strain as we spend more and more time on the computer. It seems like every movie that comes out lately is in 3-D. All except for one, and Mean Louise wants to know […]

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Can DC’s economy — the economy located here, in the District and not over/under the river — expand beyond a government-related world? A post in the Housing Complex looks at version 2.0 of DC’s Silicon Valley effort. Columbia Heigths is more progressive than Mount Pleasant thanks to bicycle parking on the street. What’s more progressive […]

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Ooh, man. There is nothing like tomatoes when it’s as ungodly hot as it is outside right now. Pretty pictures of refreshing food, courtesy of Fifthfloorkitchen’s Blog. Few things stir up controversy around here like urban planning. There’s a to-do brewing in Adams Morgan, as detailed by Greater Greater Washington. Mistopia advertises itself as “a […]

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It has been a long, hot week.  And it is not going to cool off any time soon.  Check out the following two summer recipes.  First is Mango and Tomato‘s recipe for chilled beet soup.  Pair that withI Flip for Food‘s avocado, corn, and romaine salad topped with a chipotle lime dressing, and you have got […]

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As one who was a Twitter skeptic for far longer than it was fashionable, this contributing editor has sufficiently eschewed that belief to have found great humor in Love, Elizabethany’s compilation of the funniest tweets  with the #whitepeoplehobbies, #blackpeoplehobbies hashtags. The GLAA Forum blog calls out LGBT activist Dan Choi for “his histrionics… refusal to […]

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I think it makes everyone feel a little bit better to know that even some of the most famously fashionable people on the planet make blunders occasionally, even those with a royal wardrobe. Sassy Marmalade has the details. This post by Princess Sparkle Pony had me rolling on the ground laughing. It’s just so silly. […]

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DCist thinks they’ve found the best chocolate chip cookie in the city at… Washington DC is one of only two “states” with official cocktails. Our is the “Rickey,” which I can say is delicious having sampled one last week at Poste. Capitol Hill Style provides a recipe. Last week DC’s most expensive house sold to […]

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