Monthly Archives: October 2013

DC Blogs Noted

Homeowners plead for exclusion from new historic district at Meridian Hill Park. SALM files a report. The vote is close. The Hungry Lobbyist goes to Ghibellia on 14th, with camera, and tells readers what he thinks of the food. Preacher on the Plaza writes about walking away from her dream job, a solo pastor. She […]

DC Blogs Noted

Homemade flame thrower. Short video. TC the Terrible. Pumpkin patch takes over the entire front yard. Washington Gardener This is rare: Two arrested for bicycle theft. ARL Now. The Vinyl District tells of the real end to the studio legacy of the Velvet Underground. Things you probably don’t know about me. On a Pink Typewriter.

DC Blogs Noted

An excuse to share a picture of Ziggy, the SexKitten. Sean’s Ramblings. A very interesting history: Surviving rabies 100 years ago. Museum of American History Blog. Creole Princess visits a laundromat and realizes something. Something bikers can look forward to: The Green Box. Greater Greater Washington. The Del Ray Halloween Parade in photos. Good Brown […]

DC Blogs Noted

More outstanding work at The Houndstooth. Do you want a really great housing deal? Does $30,000 for a condo sound about right in DC. Congress Heights on the Rise takes you through the economics in the post: Poverty Pimping 101. The end of a Tetris-like landscape in Near Southeast. JDLand. Atlas Beer plans to share […]

DC Blogs Noted

Is Columbia Heights safe? Readers respond at New Columbia Heights. The things kids say. Funny. edatrix. The law no longer requires a bell on a bicycle. This, and other changes to DC’s bicycle laws, explained by Greater Greater Washington. The government is repairing the Capitol dome, notes Candy Sandwich, who writes: I’m not sure what […]

DC Blogs Noted

Peace Love Nicole lists her likes and dislikes. DC Film Girl reviews Carrie. How does it compare with the original? My daughter’s a geek, writes Rude Cactus. An American Girl in Washington tells her food story, and writes: If there is ever an international avocado shortage, my life will be sad and awful. Confirmed: Whole […]

DC Blogs Noted

The writer of Triangle Life wasn’t happy when the Cloakroom opened across the street from her condo, so she pays a visit to see for herself. Excerpt: I also have pretty strong views about women having to earn a living by taking off their clothes. So I decided to set aside those opinions and check […]

DC Blogs Noted

A crazy guy on the Metro yells out “Fat Butt” as our blogger walks by. Single writes: Every single person is now looking at Crazy, and looking at me … more specifically, at my ass. Why not the: Washington Redskin Potatoes. Daily Campello Art News. Ah, regarding the shutdown: Forgive and Forget? Not on your […]

DC Blogs Noted

With Housing and Justice for All says children are being turned away from shelters. Excerpt: From February to May of 2013, one local youth service provider turned away at least 150 unaccompanied minor children due to lack of emergency shelter space, many of whom also had children of their own. Chicks Dig Poetry tells of […]

DC Blogs Noted

Now that the shutdown is over, we can get back to blogging about normal things: Redskins Forever, writes Rice Quips. Excerpt: I will say that the term redskin can be used in a derogatory manner. So can Yankee. Fit for a commerce secretary: Urban Turf reports on the new $8 million digs of one of […]