Monthly Archives: June 2012

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Cheers and congratulations to Six Degrees of Love! Strict diets are always a challenge. Phnx65 is having quite a time with some devilish green things. Deep.honey has some suggestions for new shows for the fine folks at VH1. Pretty pictures of what looks like about the most amazing bowl of noodles I’ve ever seen. Thanks, […]

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In pictures: Anacostia White Party. All dressed in white. Congress Heights on the Rise, which turned four yesterday. What you can afford: $39,500 and only 1.5 blocks from the Anacostia Metro. Capital Realty Network. From Columbia Heights to the Bay Area (the other more famous bay area) in a wink of the eye. Nice photos. […]

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One of DC’s sharpest writers, Velvet in Dupont, is signing off after seven years. The Theory of Brown Water or dating in DC. The Cupid Experiment. An excerpt: Tall, dark and handsome is replaced with an acceptance for receding hairlines, a slight beer belly, and the hope that he’s brought gum with him. Joseph Stiglitz: […]

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Arizona Immigration and the Supreme Court: Not Really Good News, writes PunditMom. Who writes: As someone who is a first generation America, I’d expect a little more empathy from Scalia. The Single Sister’s Guide to Decoding the Online Profile. deep.honey. Kat writes: I’m terrible at living in the present. I’m Blogging Even Though I’m Employed. […]

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In light of DC’s plans to put in streetcars, this post is interesting: Streetcars Involved in Numerous Accidents with Vehicles and Bicycles in Phoenix, Portland, Seattle. Arlington Yupette. Will Adrian Fenty Run for Mayor Again? Capital Comment. Sun and some fun in DC. Liv(E) in the US. Photos. DC Zena writes about her time in […]

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Trepidation in a Homecoming, Life Without Plans. Baseball Prose considers the move to Chicago. Excerpt: That’s why the move back to Chicago has resulted in me being largely silent about the process and my experience, because even though I’m equipped with a vivid imagination and a dose of wanderlust, even as it was happening, I […]

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Fresh Muddy Waters writes about a friend who is leaving. About saying good bye The Quarterlife Crisis Series: Cait Healey. The almost marriage. Life With Pho. Where to Go Before and After Nats Games. Good recommendations. Dining in DC. Barry Tries to Kill the Streetcar. Frozen Tropics. Romney’s economic agenda would render America unrecognizable. Continuing […]

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A Thinking Stomach pens her history on her 37th. Roger Clemens Acquitted: Prosecutors and Lawmakers Guilty of Over-Reaching. Sports Sense. Syria, Now With More Crazy. Not Enough Tequila In The World offers a descriptive and oddly entertaining assessment of Russia’s decision to get involved in Syria. Screen on the Green is back, says Danger Deux. […]

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A lot of things have happened on Mayor Gray’s watch. One thing he can do to help government is to make it more open, more accessible and put more documents online. But according to the DC Open Government Coalition, the mayor is heading in the opposite direction and has decided that making information more difficult […]

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Y’all. The eyes of the baseball world will be on Nats Park this weekend. The Nats-Yankees series, which six years ago was just an excuse for Yankee fans to come down and hang out at a different park, will be a battle of the class of the Major Leagues. Isn’t this season a blast? – […]