These are the top 20 problems in DC? Really? Writes The DC Universe, about the generally lame ideas generated by the DC Appleseed contest. Some of the best ideas were left on the cutting room floor, such as this one from Inside the DC Bubble: Martini cars on the Metro. But DC Wanna Be says one of his ideas made it to the final Appleseed round, a bicycle lending program. We couldn’t afford the neighborhood we created. Before real estate prices shot up and the people who made the neighborhood. At In Shaw. Most people would scoff at the idea that special prosecutor Patrick J. Fitzgerald blogs under his own name. But he does. It’s called hiding in plain sight. This particular post details approved answers in response to reporter questions. Metro’s plan to allow retail sales at some stations won’t help neighborhood commercial districts, argues Richard Layman. Travel necessities and reading recommendations at Tiaras Optional. The photo is from last year’s Rolling Thunder. The bikes will be back in the city this weekend. Among those riding is the blogger, Thoughts from behind the wheel. Have a good long weekend; we will resume publishing after the holiday. Visit dcblogs.com/live for the latest. To get listed on the live feed send a note to dcblogs.