DC Blogs Noted

Making It In The Land of Shakiness and The Unfavorable. Mahoganie at East of the Anacostia River writes about the freelance life. She writes: I’m a freelancer and it’s a straight up hustle. And while I hate to throw in the race card, I have to wonder how much of it is my reality as I try to become published in some of the most highly regarded publications known locally and nationally.

The Atlantic’s Megan McArdle looks at the new people of D.C. and what they want, in the post, Can the Rise of the Internet Explain D.C. Zoning Fights?

Old crime and other stories of DC at the Ghosts of DC.

Team Wet Dog gets up at 5 a.m. to get some photos of the Washington Monument.

Livin Mi Life writes: I think the ability to express deep emotions requires great strength. Especially in our culture. A culture where strength is equated with being cold, calculated and disconnected.



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