Monthly Archives: January 2013

DC Blogs Noted

A street photographer shares his work. Arlo Perez A 5,850-square-foot single-family alley house and former frat house sells for nearly $2 million. Urban Turf. The 42 has a nice shot of the big screen at The Reef that’s taken from the sidewalk. Chocolate City Beer: Small Yet Formidable DC Microbrewery, writes Borderstan. The benefits of […]

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DC has a $417 million surplus, says the mayor. But the District is also turning away the homeless, and this is just wrong, writes the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless: This is a defining moment for the District of Columbia. DC should be a just community that is committed to the inclusion and well-being […]

DC Blogs Noted

After five years, Hannah, just breathe is leaving the blogging world. She writes: I am trying, at 32, to pick up the ax and use it, with good aim. Lemmonex writes about her life in DC since moving here in 1999, but now wonders if it will be her forever home. The post is called […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Ghosts of DC explains how he goes about getting content for the site in the post: Behind the Scenes at Ghosts of DC. Poly Purpose writes: Having a job in this economy is quite the luxury. So, I feel truly terrible about even bitching and moaning about it. DC is seeing a ramen revolution, […]

DC Blogs Noted

Benghazi Hearings: Now With a Dose of Sexism! PunditMom. The Lincoln Séance at a House in Georgetown. The House History Man. For those who do want to do a little research on the workings of District government, the DC Open Government Coalition has scored a victory. The post: FOIA covers DC Council private emails about […]

DC Blogs Noted

Curious District writes: I photographed Joe Biden on the parade route like he was a supermodel walking a runway. Orange Hoodie, who lives 10 blocks from the Capital and stayed at home on inauguration day, writes: I’ve grown to really like inauguration day. I live a double life, writes Jodifur. It begins: For years, no […]

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The writer of PHNX65 flew with Jimmy Carter to DC, and says he’s a class act. You might mistake this coffee cup collection for art. Really amazing photo. DCist. Ari is learning all about dog parks and is making new friends. Looking2Live. Photos. Occam’s Razor could have sat in the viewing stand to watch the […]

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This post, Monument to a City, is a rich read. It’s by Dinaw Mengestu. Opinionator. It begins: My wife and I began to unconsciously prepare ourselves for living in Washington, D.C., long before we actually moved to the city. The writer of Princess Sparkle Pony’s Photo Blog recounts the time he was robbed. Rangerettes in […]

DC Blogs Noted

Congratulations to all the DCist Exposed photo contest winners. Truly excellent selections. Hopefully, this photo will be entered in next year’s contest, titled: Car on side in canal. HNBP. The good of public education. Rude Cactus. Check out this photo of a smartcar-like ‘Mobility Device’ that boarded Metro. Huffington Post. The critics have fallen hard […]

DC Blogs Noted

The new kittens. Video. HNBP. A rum bar, Hogo, is reviewed with plenty of photos by Two DC. A proponent of American democracy believes Australians our are closest cousins and has the stickmen to prove it. Cloture Club. I am DWJ writes about bookstores. It begins: Despite how much I adore the digital age (I […]