Running in the Marine Corps Marathon requires stamina, endurance and planning. And so does surviving as a spectator. KC at Where’s My Cape is a seasoned spectator who knows enough to take the Metro to the finish line. She’s also an internist who can offer medical advice based on what she has learned. It starts: One of JP’s most memorable marathon finishes was during his (1st? 2nd?) Chicago marathon when he projectile vomited as he was crossing the finish line. The professional race photographers captured that moment and sent us the proofs–of course we had to get one …
A Seinfeldian Sale at Harmany Music. Real estate photo news.
DC Bachelor shares his tips for surviving and thriving in a corporate environment. Among them: Always have one good idea in the bag if your slacking is being noticed by many people.
Short video of someone foolishly stepping off Metro platform to retrieve cane on the tracks. On Fauxmarc
Commentary about the latest installment of WaPo’s Date Lab at The DC Universe. Dating for DC Dummies.
It’s grim for people in the news business. In the last six months all but a few of the top 25 daily newspapers have lost circulation. Three newspaper posted gains, the New York Post, Daily News, New York and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, according to the Land of JD. The Post and Daily News are big on splashing crime stories on their covers. The Post-Dispatch has plenty of crime material to work from. It was the ranked the most dangerous city in the U.S., according to publishers Morgan Quitno. DC ranked 19th. Bad news sells.
and no, we’re not Catholic. Family photo at Van Nasty.