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The Newest Dealer sees more women applying make-up in public and says it is rude. He writes: As with any form of rudeness, women applying make-up in public spaces comes in different degrees of offense. There are three such degrees.

Not a Girl, Not yet a Wino shares her sleep clinic experience. She writes: 10:15 pm: No one told me there’d be nostril sensors. Metal ones.

Congress Heights on the Rise counts 21 River East blogs, and writes: What was once a huge gap in East of the River news coverage (especially online) has developed into a growing movement to spread the word about East of the River/River East neighborhoods.

A comment allegedly made by school chief Michell Rhee is causing a serious uproar. The Washington Teacher.

Brooks Brothers opening in Georgetown, reports The Georgetown Metropolian.

Blog awards: Bloggers can now enter work in the annual journalism contest sponsored by the DC chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. There is a specific blog category that recognizes “incisive commentary.” This contest has previously been limited to professional publications, but the changing market is also bringing changes to this contest. Work published anytime last year is eligible. Here are the submission guidelines and the contest categories. This is open to anyone in the DC Metro area and the blog topic can be about anything. There is a $30 fee per submission and work must be submitted by Feb. 20.

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