Monthly Archives: October 2012

DC Blogs Noted

A story about small apartment life at Tales from Washington DC. It begins: DC. DC. DC. I loathe you right now. Very funny: A few more great moments in editing. Bilbo’s Random Thought Collection How a little act of kindness can have a big impact. Caterwauling. Also read: The One With the Red Stethoscope shares […]

DC Blogs Noted

You and me and wallie make three explains why she decided to live in a 270-sf apartment in DC. A conversation about a guy named Bob. Doin’ the Grown-Up. This is by a LA-based writer, but it’s packed with wisdom.Unemployment: 12 Things I Learned From Getting Laid Off In My 60s. Ann Brenoff. It’s time […]

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How to find DC speakeasies, with photos. Doing the District. This has to be one of the strangest Metro stories: Beware of the shoe bandit. Unsuck DC Metro. Lemon Gloria shares a conversation that ends, for good reason it seems, with Um, apparently. Very cool. In Shaw shares a photo of all the shelves she […]

DC Blogs Noted

Not a Runner tries night hiking. The Funky Junkie adopts a 1950s look. A road rage incident. Candy Sandwich. Big Bear Cafe is reviewed by DC Wrapped Dates.

DC Blogs Noted

Not a Girl, Not Yet Wino, takes us through her life in DC. It begins: I’ve lived in DC since 2004 and an unbelievable number of things have changed. The lovely man across the hall from me who used to stage holiday-themed scenes with bunnies and Jesuses is gone, lost to a beach-close property in […]

DC Blogs Noted

Living, loving, dying and grieving on Facebook. Pamela’s Punch. Why you should always meditate before checking Facebook. Cosmology of Reya. Rich …. Marathon’s Mistress. Adventures at a West Coast gym. Advice on how to prepare for your tattoo appointment. The DC Metro Retro. A 12 point list. The Jefferson Memorial wedding portrait. Nice work captured […]

DC Blogs Noted

Mahoganie: Musings East of the Anacostia River writes about the suffocation of creativity in DC Urban Sketchers. Marilyn. Notes on the DC sniper by Chocolate City Review. Excerpt: It was tense back in Washington D.C. I remember it well. One of the first killings – an elderly Ethiopian man on Georgia Avenue – is a […]

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A neighbor rings the doorbell of Suburban Sweetheart‘s place with a complaint, actually a very composed tirade, about noise. The Barney Crone tells a story about Ireland, far from where I was raised. Carlarjenkins is helping out the Obama campaign and wonders she is only person to show up for “data training” with a laptop. […]

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Nats make the playoffs, beat the neighborhood to the big time. JDLand. JD writes: As I watched the celebrations (and boy, that was some celebrating going on), I thought about the pretty woeful team that moved into the neighborhood in March 2008, and how if we had all been guaranteed that at the end of […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Autobiography of Steve tells of his home, and writes: I passionately desire to return to North Dakota. And, more so, to McVille, North Dakota. Capitol Hill Style writes: When I moved to Washington, D.C., the first thing I noticed was that the concept of being “neighborly” was foreign to most city dwellers. I once […]