Monthly Archives: June 2014

DC Blogs Noted

Georgetown’s ANC wants to put in speed bumps for bikes. Georgetown Metropolitan writes: It’s also rich that the ANC is taking this step in light of the fact that four pedestrians have been killed by cars in Georgetown over the last 10 years, and the ANC has not lifted a finger to ask DDOT to […]

DC Blogs Noted

A tour, in photos, of the Boulder City Pet Cemetery. Laze. Chicks Dig Poetry writes: I’d be lying if I said it was planned, but it turns out a wedding & honeymoon is a pretty undeniable reason to go offline for six weeks. A few lessons learned … How much will it cost and how […]

DC Blogs Noted

An architect polls the staff to come up with their list of favorite DC buildings. Parchment. The story of the watermelon house in Logan. DC Bike Blogger. With All My Heart is moving to DC from Idaho to take a government job and has decided to live in DC proper. Writing to survive writes: I […]

DC Blogs Noted

DC MumboSauce is closing, but the reasons are very universal. This blogger started the site when he was 28 and now that he is 35, it’s time to move on. Excerpt: I have changed a lot over the last 7 years, and so has my goals, my interests, and what I feel in my heart. […]

DC Blogs Noted

Great photo: Lightning bolt strikes in Adams Morgan. Nicko’s Big Picture. Restoration hardware is mailing out catalogs that weigh 11.8 pounds, according to All Life is Local. Peggy writes: If I had run downstairs fast enough to catch the UPS man doing the drop-off, I would have refused the package and made him haul it […]

DC Blogs Noted

A bear was sighted on the campus of the National Institues of Health near the Metro station. The Washington Post has the photo. One bear, ok: The Rough Draft recently came across four of them. A day of close calls. DC Peg. Why this writer at Stop Requested is not done with online dating, despite […]

DC Blogs Noted

The 13 best burgers in the DC area. DCist. Edatrix explains the job search process while very pregnant. What many already know is backed by the data, and that is the District’s dividing line. Urban Turf. There is a lot of interest in urban bee keeping, but this post is more basic. It explains in […]

DC Blogs Noted

We don’t know why Larry Rosen is typing in all caps, but this interesting post has the details on what it cost to get a man’s shave, including something called a “royal shave.” There is no reason to own a car in DC. DCist. A blogger once wrote that it’s becoming impossible to keep up […]

DC Blogs Noted

The writer of the blog Brutalism descibes how the blog led to “some cool opportunities that led to some other cool experiences.” A new pizza place opens next to E Street Cinema. Penn Quarter Living. The fitness club and yoga tax is generating much discussion, but Poverty & Policy puts the issue in a broader […]

DC Blogs Noted

It was a perfect Washington evening and then the band started playing. Adventures in Audio. World in Motion writes from Europe about “an ugly legacy.” Interesting photo work showing 900 11th Street before and after. Vanished Washington. The uncanny similarities between writing and sweet potatoes. Jen Eric Generation. The outdoor power nap is alive and […]