Last Friday I held a dead man.As some may (or may not) know, “A Girl in DC” is a fire fighter, emergency medical technician, and field medic for Montgomery County…
— People bring up dvds and movies as possible culprits but in fact sales of both movie tickets and dvds have also been declining. — As for the summer slump, I have one word for all of yas: it’s called VACATION. — It’s definitely not due to summer vacation time. All of us regularly going to DC theatre have seen the drop off in attendance. — I don’t have A/C in my car, so someone’s gotta flash some flesh to get me to motor on in to DC from VA. — We also have to look at who drives ticket sales. Speaking strict demographics: women and gay men. — Certain theater two days ago. Audience of nine, cast of nine. Act (Play) 2, audience of 4, all of whom seem sedated or have their mouths sewn shut.
He was funny and unabashed and ready to talk about the things (like marriage) that I’ve been avoiding for years. He asked me interesting questions that made me think. I enjoy that. He asked, “When did you know you were ready to get married?”
I soon realized that I wasn’t the only one who had noticed, he may have stolen the show for those of us with wandering eyes. We were delighted, indeed.
Attention Residents of the District of Columbia, I need your help. I’m in the market for a new apartment and I’m looking for advice and recommendations. Which neighborhoods are the best/worst? Which buildings do you love/hate? Are apartment brokers worth the money? Which management companies should be avoided? But just so you have an idea what I am looking for, let’s discuss where I have been. …
The guys seemed like nice enough people but when you partake in an underground economy such as they had it cheapens a neighborhood and endangers a community. But this morning that is no longer a concern – because somewhere in a DC jail sit the former neighbors.
Also noted:Happy 100th, Stanley Kunitz – one of America’s greatest living poets, writes Enchilada’s Blog The Plastic Opening – news about the plastic tape car (with photo) on DC Art News. Taste of Bethesda returns Oct. 1, reports DC Foodies.