Monthly Archives: November 2011

DC Blogs Noted

One of our amazing blogging veterans, The Foggy Dew, wishes the Marine Corps a happy 236th birthday. I know I speak for the whole DCBlogs community when I wish him, as well as all our men and women who wear the uniform, a safe and happy Veterans Day. I can’t comprehend the McRib. It’s weird […]

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I snort every time, and I mean every single time, I read Saltiness.  Her latest post is no exception.  Hilarious stuff. Life in Pink lays out her goals for November.  I like them all…except when she mentioned 3 a.m. workouts… Ever want to say goodbye to someone, not for closure, but for acceptance that it […]

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If you think that Wolftrap is solely about being a great venue for summer concerts, then… well, you’re like most people in the area. And you’re also wrong. Wolftrap also produces great performance art and at the moment they’re in the process of combining Florida swamps and modern dance. That creative process is a story […]

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In a world where people often look the other way, it’s always heartwarming to see people working together for their community. Bread for the City shares details about an upcoming charity drive to help provide over 9,000 DC area families with “turkey and trimmings” for the holidays. Orange Hoodie is always good for a giggle, […]

DC Blogs Noted

Though the Minnesota State Fair is certainly not the DC State Fair, it has its perks, according to Wild and Crazy Pearl. Just in time for the cool weather, East Coast Chic previews a line of scarves that you can see in person at Woodley Park’s Carbon next weekend. Candy Sandwich serves up a verbal […]

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If y’all thought tourists were a big pack of know-nothings, check this out. Lacochran’s Bloggery recounts this tale of the blind leading the annoyed. Don’t know much, indeed. I have nothing to add to this, from Love is Blonde, other than my deepest condolences. Are you like me and Orange Hoodie? Do you have no […]

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An Engineer’s Guide To Raising a Kid and part two. With an engineer’s eye, our writer shares some of the things his family has found particularly useful and handy. Photos. An Engineer in DC. French expats in DC tell how their child is being Americanized in the post My American Boy. Safran in DC Marathon […]

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Being Single is no more a Pre-Existing Condition, than being coupled is grant of omniscience, so argues Lemmonex in her Plea from Your Single Friend. In related news, Not a Girl, Not Yet a Wino is reexamining her prior embrace of the selective superiority (as it once existed in her mind) of being single. Seriously, […]

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Halloween is my favorite holiday. I mean, fabulous costumes, outrageous make-up and horror movies on almost every channel 24/7? …Check my pulse, it’s possible that I may have died and gone to heaven. Several other DCers got into the spirit of things with festive ideas about costumes, food, and decorations: With the usual sarcasm and […]