Monthly Archives: December 2013

DC Blogs Noted

For Lit’s Living on Capitol Hill, a frustrating FedEx Saga comes to end following a “held for pickup” trip to a Beltsville delivery center. Adults, honestly, are clueless. Malnurtured Snay. Why I hate unseasonably warm days so much. SVR Top 10 must-read blog posts of 2013. American History Blog. This is a very interesting history […]

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A really great post about the changes in office life over the last decade. Occam’s Razor. The post: All the lonely offices. Interesting: Washington Humane Society officers in action. Clouture Club list its best stories, or most popular, of 2013. It includes traffic counts. Wow on some of them. All we can say is thank […]

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Random Duck is outraged over the scant penalty paid by a motorist involved in an accident that killed a cyclist. This is one of the more interesting blogs to pop up, it’s called DC Tropics. It is by a botanist and gardener who is “testing the limits with hardy palms, bananas, and other (sub)tropical plants” […]

DC Blogs Noted

A remarkable, 2000 year-old work about empathy on display the National Gallery. Arts Desk. Brutalism‘s Holiday Gift Guide 2013. Almost normal gifts, too. The beer is frothy and flows freely via a cease and desist letter. DC Brau. Pope Francis meets Georgetown faculty and students in international conference on religious freedom. Vox Populi. Daily Rider […]

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Reya, one of the District’s most prolific, lyrical, mystical and interesting bloggers, explains why she blogs. Excerpt: The blogosphere was the portal, a doorway that enabled me to become acquainted with people who are really important to me now, people I would never have known existed otherwise. Penn Quarter Living reports: It is a sad […]

DC Blogs Noted

A blog post, Fat Butt, gets noticed, including by the writer’s boss. Single: adj.(sin·gle/ˈsiNGgəl). Should I adopt a puppy? Unemployed Kat. The Hungry Lobbyist has lunch at The Bombay Club and returns with photos. If you are a street photographer, is 75mm the new 50mm? Whereabouts Photo. What Micky Eats goes to The Arsenal, a […]

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Candy Sandwich writes: Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis might be one of the best things that ever happened to me. People seeking help in DC are forced to stand out in the cold, and Congress Heights on the Rise takes issue with it. Penn Quarter Living reports that there’s a three-in-one restaurant opening in the […]

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Love Elizabethany reports from her first clothing swap party. Orange Hoodie is published in an anthology. Most people, according to unpublished scientific studies, stay home on New Years Eve. But if you do go out, here is the “best” list of New Years Eve Parties. Cloture Club. Illustrated. A boring snow day but a snow […]

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In defense of a Washingtonian’s inability to deal with snow. Stirrup Queens The Republic of T: The Eight Worst Conservative Responses To Nelson Mandela’s Death. Illustrated, too. The fanciest treadmill I’ve ever run on. Jess Runs. There is a growing debate about whether coding should be taught right along with spelling. Manifest Density weighs in. […]

DC Blogs Noted

When you overhear something that reminds you of what you don’t have. Caterwauling. Candy Sandwich writes about the social benefits of owning a dog. Excerpt: In the past week and two days, I have met more random strangers than I ever thought possible. Welcome to Joinertown (aka Washington, D.C.) @SadieDing. Express. My life coach told […]