Monthly Archives: March 2014

DC Blogs Noted

After 20 years, Church of the Big Sky is being forced to move out of her apartment. She recounts the various neighbors, the Hooters girls, naked rugby player, the guy who wore the Valkyrie wig in the laundry room, and other assorted people. A four part show on National Geographic, Nazi War Diggers, is digging […]

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DC Blogs Noted

Baltimore’s Butchers Hill appears as a very attractive place to live in these photos by Bensozia. House History Man goes a little beyond houses and writes about the Washington Nationals when they played at Swampoodle Grounds. Beyond DC presents the data to show that DC’s population is growing more than other local counties. This is […]

DC Blogs Noted

Who knows how the Ward 1 race will turn out, but Brianne Nadeau appears to be giving four-term Council member Jim Graham a run. The two had a dust up, which Capital Comment reported on. Vacation Report: Taking a bath inside a Columbia Mud Volcano, complete with actual mud bath photo. Eat Read Run. Here’s […]

DC Blogs Noted

Scott P. Donaldson designs a Twitterbot for Columbia Heights Metro, @colheightsmetro. Owen gets a guinea pig, names him Flash, but several weeks later circumstances change in an unpleasant way. A sad ending is fixed. Rude Cactus. Alia goes to the new Trader Joe’s on 14th with her camera and takes many photos. A Columbia Heights […]

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Written in caps: 10 things I won’t miss about living in DC. Four years ago Monday, the writer of Journalistic Rants and Raves took an internship at Roll Call. She’s still in DC, although it was never her “destination city.” If it seems as if Georgetown’s commercial district has grown, it’s because it has. The […]

DC Blogs Noted

Ice Ice Andrew writes about the new additions to his family: Twins. In two posts, Thank You and A Fantastic Beginning. A gig that could have paid a lot is missed. Strangers Laugh at Me. Do you live in DC and are you unfriendly, shy, or wary about people here? Bloomingdale launches a campaign to […]

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Exposed DC, a great local photo show, had its opening night this week. Here’s the wrap-up. Income inequality gap in DC is one of the biggest in the U.S. Fiscal Policy Institute. Janel and Anthony, Cigarette at Comet Ping Pong tonight. DC Music Download. A new resident arrives in DC. Novakistan writes: We’ll be squishing […]

DC Blogs Noted

Thought Catalog: 24 things I’ve learned after moving to DC. How they voted: Which name works best? Cherith, Tirzah and Ziva? Edatrix. See the results. Lemon Gloria ponders this question: Is your self-esteem connected to your hair? Sean’s Ramblings has a problem with checkout lanes. Grateful Dating says she is ” facing a serious temptation […]

DC Blogs Noted

A story about a strange experience on the Metro. Tales From The Sharrows. The recent Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon is prompting debate. The route cuts through the heart of many residential neighborhoods, and makes auto and bus travel in the city difficult. Some are angry about it, but others believe the disruption is worth it. […]