Monthly Archives: May 2013

DC Blogs Noted

A touching story about a dog named Micky. Rice Quips. Greater Greater Washington catalogs some of Anacostia’s development ills in an effort to stick a pin into Anacostia’s favorable press coverage. The Luckiest has a guest poster whose post begins: As a bisexual woman, I find that being in a heterosexual relationship creates this strange […]

DC Blogs Noted

Collective Action for Safe Spaces: Adams Morgan advertisement sends troubling message in blurring bar scene with sex. This simple favorite (although the list of ingredients seems quite long) is always wonderful in the summer. A Little Bit of Zest. Are You the Summer Intern For Me? The DC Docent. No pay, but a gift of […]

DC Blogs Noted

Orange Hoodie tells of the scene inside a pharmacy. People standing in line, some wet from the rain, and some anxious and frustrated until a spark ignites and then briefly flares. Dating via Metro’s emergency intercom. Unsuck DC Metro. Interlovecom: What’s your emergency? Peace Love Nicole really liked the new Star Trek movie. Underscore really […]

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People want lively neighborhoods until the bars close and the drunks take over. It can get bad enough, U Street Dirt writes, that it can drain away the neighborhood. The post: An Unexpected Journey to Supporting the Moratorium. Robbery Victim: DC 911 Hung Up On Me…three times! Titan of Trinidad. There are complaints about the […]

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So That’s What They Look Like: Behind the Scenes of WAMU’s Metro Connection. Dumb Things I Have Done Lately. Kittens love Liam Neeson. Mean Louise. With video. And, yes, they really do like him. What is unaffordable affordable housing? Arlington Yupette. Someone new to adulthood writes about Kids. These. Days. Shaunanagins. If the spring is […]

DC Blogs Noted

At first she thought wires were sticking out of her wall. Grad Expectations. Pablo was not an ordinary cat as far as this neighborhood was concerned. The Hill is Home. The Angry Bureaucrat looks at the things he does to optimize how he spends his time. There’s a list. Here’s one point: I don’t shave […]

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This is an insider account of the plan to “reconstitute” the staff at Cardozo Senior High School. The outcome is explained in the post headline by Washington Teacher: Cardozo Senior High teachers get the axe! You’re Hailing a Cab, Not Stalking a Mouse. You came back to DC? Have your tires been slashed/punctured? Frozen Tropics. […]

DC Blogs Noted

What I’d missed about DC. Chicks Dig Poetry. Ten things. A tire blowout on the Beltway. Work, Wine and Wheels. DCOutsider, writes: Yes, how did I get where I am, down and out by most people’s count, such that I suffer from shame at the thought of reunions. Where will I live when I am […]

DC Blogs Noted

Blonde with a bullet details her history of “fake.” City Girl questions the need for parking spaces for expectant mothers. She writes: I shake my head and keep driving every time I see preferred parking spaces for expectant moms. Barring extreme complications, pregnancy is not a disability. Let’s give preferred parking spots to people with […]

DC Blogs Noted

Princess Sparkle Pony’s Photo Blog tells a wonderful story about Iron Man star, Robert Downey, back in the day. Are we back in a bubble? Look at the chart. Urban Turf. There are a lot of bloggers who begin posts with variations of this: Hello poor, neglected blog. But Alice’s Adventures Underground has some real […]