A snarl of disappointment: Notes on the death of Robin Williams. An Ad Hoc Life written by Shawn Westfall, who teaches improvisational comedy at DC Improv.
After five years in DC, Jen and Eric Generation are moving to Oklahoma, and writes: In Oklahoma, we will have a house with a front porch and a back patio. A luxury nearly unimaginable at this point in our lives. To be able to step outside and breath fresh air without needing a reason to do so sounds too good to be true.
Nevin Martell writes about Lyon Hall in Clarendon and its beer, and leads his story with this reaction: I feel like I’ve scored a backstage pass to heaven.
Tales from the Sharrows, the urban cyclist, considers the cement truck.
The heyday of German restaurants in Washington. Streets of Washington.