An architect writes about the failure of ANCs to use their power wisely. Parchment’s pointed assessment deserves attention.
The cranberry letters creates a map of the District based on historical meaning, an etymological map. It includes the actual names and the etymological names. For instance, Alexandria is the Defender of Men.
The Ode Street Tribune says the new Rosslyn Metro entrance has sex appeal.
Candy Sandwich writes about her visit to the Betty Lou Ourisman Breast Health Center at Georgetown University Hospital in Bare chested.
You’ve seen the commercials, but District residents may still have no idea what Virginia’s election is about. Debbie, at We pass the time of day to forget how time passes, explains why Virginia women need to question voting for Ken Cuccinelli.
DC Film Girl really liked Gravity, and calls it “pure achievement.”