Monthly Archives: September 2012

DC Blogs Noted

DC Like a Local writes: I’m pleased to announce that my first book is hitting the shelves shortly. Capitol Hill Haunts is the comprehensive ghostly history of the Hill. Along the theme of the post above, a graveyard fan visits the Rock Creek Cemetery and returns with photos, including an interesting study of the ghostly […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Chamomile Tea Party’s First Ad in Washington, DC’s Metro. Life Outtacontext. In California, Laurie Writes’ heart is racing and 911 is called. Surf Rhythm explains what he likes and hates about Ocean City. He begins: After all, when you take away the cotton candy, crowded boardwalk, trashy hotels and trashier bars, cops, red lights, […]

DC Blogs Noted

It’s 3 a.m. on U Street and cabs are being very selective about where they take people. This writer, From Carolina to the Capital, tells the story about how they beat a cab driver at his own game. By now everyone is probably familiar with U.S. Rep. Todd Akin’s view on rape. But what they […]

DC Blogs Noted

Stimeyland writes a column about autism for the Washington Times Communities, and she has come to realize that its editorial writers can be deep fried crazy. A recent editorial, she wrote, “attacking affirmative action for people with disabilities seeking to enter the federal workforce” upset Stimeyland who was faced with a voice vs. conscience decision. […]

DC Blogs Noted

Two years and thoughts about marriage. The House that Lars Built. DC Minnie makes speed bumps a priority on her street after an accident, but the process for getting them is complicated. The Dithering of a District Diva compares an incident in her past with something Twilight star, Kristen Stewart, did. Heart Strings decides to […]