DC has too many English majors. Left-Handed Dynasty. A rant by a Columbus, Ohio visitor. Excerpt:
I saw a 6-pack of pudding cups for $1.25, the same product by the same manufacturer in the 4-pack cost $3.79. I asked the manager person at the CS desk what was up with that and he just shrugged his shoulders like I was the crazy one. I guess it all adds up to why every store in Virginia has a big bottle asking for donations to the local school systems.
It’s 11:19 a.m. Monday and Dealing in Subterfuges is Live Blogging Mayor Adrian Fenty’s lunch at Busboys and Poets. Breathless reporting, as JB continuously updates. Excerpt:
11:23 Fenty and his entourage just sashayed (yes, that’s the only way to appropriately describe the way this man walks) toward the back room, so sadly I won’t be able to tell you what sort of lunch the mayor eats while making all his awesome decisions about how not to get the city out from under the two inch blanket of ice that’s covered us for almost a week now.
Beautiful anonymous neighbors at the Prince of Petworth. Neighbors shovel a walkway for someone who can’t.
time > shyness. I’m not a girl, not yet a wino
Year of the Pig Products. The Wake n’ Bacon alarm clock at Counter Intelligence.
Little Acorns has photos of Chinese New Year celebration in DC and writes: Although the parade itself was rather short, you had to give the participants and spectators alike credit as it was a cold and blustery day for even your thickest skinned dragon dancer.
Look down here. The boys explain their giggles with photographic evidence from a restroom. Finding Blanche.
Urban Treker takes a look at condo college housing at the University of Va., and reports: Thirty condos still on the market for $259,990.
If you ever start missing ice: Indoor Skating in NOVA. A report by The District Review: Over the past few weeks, I have had the opportunity to go indoor ice skating in Northern Virginia, the Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Ballston, and the Fairfax Ice Arena, in Fairfax.
A former lawyer/lobbyist for cable companies has a change of perspective after getting a cable company to fix a problem. Media Concepts.
DC Webloggers meetup Wed., Feb. 21, at Regional Food and Drink (RFD) at 810 7th St. NW, near Gallery Place Metro. All are invited. An informal gathering and everyone is invited, bloggers as well as the curious.
Golden Silence is organizing a DC Bloggers Coffee Klatch on Sat., Feb. 24.