The Bullet Is Mightier Than The Pen. Washington Cube tells the tale of the .22.
New DC Cab Fares: Who Wins, Who Loses? Herb of DC.
Farmers Market Deep Freeze. Dupont Circle report by The Slow Cook: There are still fresh vegetables to be had in the middle of January.
DC is dogtown, make no mistake. A guest writer on the Prince of Petworth, and a writer familiar to bloggers, writes about his pet and the micro-culture at the local dog park
Ellen Prentiss Campbell: A New Writer to Watch. Madam Mayo. She’s reading Wednesday (Jan. 23rd) at the delightful (one of my all-time favorite bookshops— this one even serves afternoon tea) Riverby Books, 417 East Capitol St. SE (just down the street from the Folger Library) in Washington DC— yes, right there in the shadow of the U.S. Capito
Anything Goes Gun Shows in Virginia. God and guns report by NotionsCapital. Photo.
A malt liquor tasting on Saturday night. The report at Technology & MSG.
How to get farm products in DC through the Community Supported Agriculture. Nicole is Cooking explains. Excerpt: I ordered their small mixed box and received 4 apples, a head of hydroponic lettuce, spinach (yay!), an English cucumber, some nice looking carrots (4 or so), 2 beets, 2 medium sweet potatoes and a few gold potatoes for $18.
Random Cloverfield Question. Sean’s Ramblings. If you saw it …
World’s Narrowest House. It’s in Old Town. DCMetroccentric. Photo.
City Girl DC writes: I just spent this great holiday morning which honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the phone screaming at AT&T about my wireless service.