This bar sounds very cool. Hungry Lobbyist writes: Generally, a random wooden door next to a labeled restaurant means a service entrance, utility room, or three-knocks, a password and a dominatrix awaits. Not in 2013, not in DC, and certainly not at Daikaya Izakaya.
Twenty things it’s taken me 20 years to learn. Coffee & Stink. No. 4: Liking something ironically is the same as genuinely liking something.
A city girl cites the four reasons she hates the suburbs. Unemployed Kat.
For most people the White House Correspondents Dinner may signal nothing more than avoiding Connecticut around the Hilton. For those who think about it at a slightly deeper level, DCist writes, “the dinner represents the apotheosis of media narcissism.”
How do you know when it is time to switch jobs? Listing the attributes of staying vs. going is one way to decide. Grateful Dating.
Ok, if you do end up saying “goodbye,” (see post above) Shaunanagins has some advice, based on experience, on how to mess up the goodbye part.
Daily Blogging Tip: Inadvertent methods for improving site traffic and other musings. Africa in DC.