Monthly Archives: August 2011

DC Blogs Noted

Anyone who has done online dating has received the “form” message – a cut and paste message used scores of times – but the one that …and one time at band camp received was a doozy. Moving is a great opportunity to edit the material things in one’s life. Awkward Sex and the City is […]

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Before the page had loaded, I all ready knew what DCFemella was going to say. The oft quoted Sex and the City often verbalizes the inner monologues of women everywhere, and in this particular case, it resonates particularly strongly. Dating is no fun for some folks, in fact, it’s downright exhausting. The passing of a […]

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Attempted mugging by taser at 15th and Columbia. New Columbia Heights. Two thugs armed with tasers use them in a mugging attempt. Du Wax Loolu describes her career path in the post, Career step forward. Why I Don’t Care to SlutWalk. Holla Back DC. Photo of DC jaywalking police in action at 14th & You […]

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The other morning, I saw a man spraying leaves off the sidewalk of the building across the street from my office with a giant water hose. He does that every day. So when I saw this entry from Metro DC Lawn and Garden Blog, I had to include it because I agree so much: wasting […]

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Culdesacked is a girl who has a guy as a good friend… good friend is recently engaged… and she really wants to be happy for him… if it weren’t for that one little thing… he’s gay. Hat tip to DC Blogs once Contributing and now Guest Editor, Rachael King whose tweet alerted us to that […]

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For all those D.I.Y.ers out there, check out Sugar and Art‘s latest project: Eco friendly invitations. Wine connoisseur A Glass After Work sits down with readers and talks about what made her decide to chose her career path, in an effort to personalize her blog. Stop by and check out her story. I’ve never met […]

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PostSecret is always oddly fascinating, without fail. This week the last one is especially haunting. Are there any fellow designers or HGTV lovers out there who are itching to try out for Design Star? If so, Tuesday is your chance! MidCity Design District has some details. Having just cooked quinoa myself for the first time […]

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This is one of the most unorthodox announcements I’ve read in some time, but congratulations are definitely due to Scary Mommy! I have no real reason to share this with you other than, well, they’re paintings of hands painted to look like animals. Thanks, Third Eye Scratched, for adding a surrealist bent to the roundup. […]

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How are melons and interns similar?  Hungry Sam provides a witty and accurate description. And speaking of interns, I wonder how the Capitol Hill interns felt when the secret service shut down Good Stuff Eatery yesterday so that President Obama and his staff could chow down on burgers So good tells the story and even […]

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The blogger behind the One Drop Rule wrestles with the quintessential dictate of all writers: writers write. This post from Washington Human Society satisfies our “cute puppy” quota, but read it for more than the adorable pictures – someone should take mercy on Mercy. Monday marked the 30 year anniversary of the launch of MTV. […]