DC Blogs Noted


Giant ugly *** bronze statue in Columbia Heights. Dealing in Subterfuges

What cost more than a gallon of gas?* A hot dog at the new Nationals Stadium. Rumored pricing list at Apples and Bananas. [Gas may exceed hot dog pricing by summer.]

The tourists are back. They are like cicadas, but bigger! writes Snow Bunny.

Is PostPoints Worth It? The Goodspeed Update. He writes: A $10 CVS gift card looked like a useful prize. However, at 3,385 points it would take me 677 days of Express reading or almost one year of reading both a print publication and the website to earn enough points to earn it.

On some The District’s streets, especially in Georgetown, you can still see the trolley tracks. The trolley was wonderful mode of transportation undone by Detroit automakers and friends interested in selling buses. But the rail systems could rehape the city anew, writes Beyond DC. This Web site is making a case for light rail or street cars in a post: Don’t call it a fantasy.

A report from the South Lawn: The WH Easter Egg Roll. Brownie Points

An invitation to meet on March 27 and talk about Obama’s Philadelphia speech on race and resentment. The Blog at 16th and Q. Initiating our discussion will be special guests, Jonetta Rose Barras, political commentator for WAMU-88.5 FM and Ira Forman, executive eirector of the National Jewish Democratic Council and research director of the Solomon Project.