Monthly Archives: March 2012

DC Blogs Noted

InShaw is 9 years old. Reflections about the blog and neighborhood in two posts: one and two. (In case you were wondering: The oldest continuing blog in the District may be Mean Louise. See the FAQ below. This post is about life in Melbourne, Australia, as told by a couple of ex-DC’ers who recently moved […]

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The kindness of strangers, customer service and what happens in DC. My Kind of Strange writes about it: Customer service … Do you know what it is? If you live in the District of Columbia chances are you don’t know what it is – it’s hard to find around here. Countless times, at local grocery […]

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The moment I realized leaving DC was the right move. Girl Meets Gump. It begins: This post is very special to me. It signifies a big shift, from the past to the future. From the big city to a slower pace. Let me describe the moment when I knew that leaving DC for Alabama was […]

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As someone in the process of moving, and having the house shown at often surprising times, I am so with The Cutter Rambles on this one. On prospective buyers who come over. Any time. Pretty pictures of casual shrimp today, thanks to The Pumpernickel Collection. Sometimes I feel this way, Wet Dog – I miss […]

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Just in case you were wondering what effect a Saturday Night St. Patrick’s Day might have on crime statistics, the ARL blog compiled the data for Arlington. The last one is a doozey. This has been an interesting week in the NFL off-season. Peyton Manning has moved to Denver, Teebow will be leaving the Mile […]

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If you live in an inner (translation: pre-20th century) part of DC, there is a strong chance that your neighborhood once had a very different name. Greater Greater Washington explores Post-Civil War DC via a recently restored map from the early days of the Washington Post. This is not a DC Blog. This Tumblr is […]

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The Story of Our Engagement. Supernova Bride. Metro has published a new map, which represents the “most major revision” to Metro’s map in the agency’s history. BeyondDC. March Madness has lived up to the hype so far. Cloture Club. Undercover DPS officers foil burglary in progress in St. Mary’s last night. Vox Populi It opens […]

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Just like that, a car blows up in Adams Morgan. Great photo. Life Through Photography. Dating do’s and don’ts. Comprehensive and thoughtful. By Hannah, just breathe…. Excerpt: Don’t question yourself or what you have to offer. Do believe in your worth, your greatness, your intellect, your contribution. Harassment on the Washington DC Metro. Washington DC […]

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Bicycling is the fastest way to travel in downtown DC. Greater Greater Washington. No alphas, and no bettas either please. Peaceful Dog, writes: I know that dog bloggers are a sophisticated bunch, used to dealing with complicated psycho-social matters like blended families, rescuer martyr complexes, animal welfare concerns, and everything in-between. So maybe you can […]

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Magnolia writes: this is a rant, at least to start with, about stupid drivers and how everyone except me who drives on this one road is a COMPLETE MORON. What’s up with the most dangerous metro stations list? Capital Comment Blog: Is the city trying to scare us, warn us, or simply make us more […]