Monthly Archives: June 2012

DC Blogs Noted

DCfemella writes a great post about stepmothers and what they may bring. It begins: My ex is getting married, and I’m kind of dreading having to deal with a stepmother. Friends who have been dealing with the wives of their exes usually have horror stories. One of them had to go through an extensive court […]

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Pics: the time I took my mom to a drag show. Things got really awkward real quick, writes Love Elizabethany. Bring on the new roommate! A probing analysis by Life of Doves. The writer observes the differences in lifestyle. Excerpt: Random thing I was thinking about today: when she said she hates working I asked […]

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Lacochran’s bloggery reports: I have had strangers tuck my tag. When the aliens discover the remains of our civiliation in the hopefully distant future, they’ll find a clue to our demise in this post: Hot Cross Bunions. Brutalism. Tourist report. One Life to Live writes: The little houses and apartments are literally attached…no lawns, no […]

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Dating the District has photos and video of Woodley Park duck rescue by DC police. The Girl Scouts were in town, some 200,000 or so strong, writes Candy Sandwich. Excerpt: I talked to a woman for a moment and asked her if she and her daughter were enjoying the weekend. “That’s the thing about people […]

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A momentous decision. – Me in DC Safe travels and good luck on the next phase, District Diva! Ikea is scary enough when you’re on your own. But adding a newborn to the mix? Lemon Gloria is made of some tough stuff indeed. Or is that stuffglar? Pretty pictures of food! Ground turkey salad, courtesy […]

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Having a Dog is like Having a Baby! The Big Piece of Cake. A list and a photo of the cute pup. DC Council Chairman Kwame Brown resigns, and the LGBT community has lost an ally. GLAA Forum. Meanwhile, Capital Comment spins up a rumor about the fallout that may follow Brown’s resignation. Dating the […]

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The Cat Lady’s Goodbye. A sad but touching story by Suburban Sweetheart. Why Millennials Have Come to Distrust Government. The Angry Bureaucrat. Yes, Copy Editors Are Important! Red Nose spots mistakes. Alice’s Adventures Underground discovers true parenthood, its just not her idea of parenthood. The National Arboretum: DC’s Real-Life “Secret Garden.” Redefining Eco. It begins: […]

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Fund started to help DC activists whose home burned to the ground. This is for Dorothy Brizill and her husband Gary Imhoff. DCist sums up their contribution and importance to the city: Gary and Dorothy were D.C.’s foremost civic crusaders. Food Buddies in Crime reviews the Shake Shack. They write: While the Shack Burger didn’t […]

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The importance of copy editors. Don’t we know. Loved this post. Jon Lowder. Ice cream for dinner and the messy house. a clever title goes here. A post about parenthood in the neighborhood. Excerpt: Between you and me, her mess was way worse than the one waiting for me at home. I didn’t think it […]

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Hey, remember when this dude was gonna be president? Yeah… – DC Reflections. Pretty pictures of pineapple upside-down cake, which is one of the more amazing things this life has to offer, courtesy of Fox and Bunny and Woodpecker Stew. So apparently, in addition to the macarOOn, which is a nest of coconut deliciousness, there […]