After something on his bike breaks, the writer of If you see something, say something, decides to give Capital Bikeshare a try. Excerpt: Perhaps because of the novelty of it, it also is a conversation starter — a woman asked me about it as I was taking it out, and a guy on a bike asked me how I liked it at a traffic light down on 19th.
BrockLi Soup also tries Capital Bikeshare and offers some fine point details about how it works.
The Conception of Zoey Michelle Shifflett. 2 Fs and 2 Ts.
At 25, I’m Feeling Open Minded writes about life changes ahead in the post, live through this and you won’t look back. Excerpt: Maybe this in itself is my quarter life crisis. Me contemplating the white picket fence, the dog, the husband, the 2.5 kids and a 2 car garage. Am I getting “old”….or just maturing? Am I giving in to some societal stereotype on how a man’s life should be led? or am I just ready to be in a different stage of things?
A review of some of the food served in Unity Park in Adams Morgan, by Chomp2Chomp. Excerpt: We ordered the beef tacos (2 for $5) and chicken taquitos (4 for $5). The first item we ate was the tacos. Having watched the woman taking our order pile beef, fresh pico de gallo, cheese, and then half an avacado per taco onto fluffy, fresh tortillas our mouths were watering.
Ray’s East River, a review of this new restaurant by CHV Blog, which says it is one of a very few sit-down restaurants east of the Anacostia in DC.