A first person account of a daytime mugging in LeDroit Park.. PoP
Manda Writes Things writes: I’m the girl that took the picture of the soldier and child in Baltimore that went viral.
We’re moving to DC, writes Chelsea Eats Treats. The NoMa area.
It’s the parents that are moving in with this Millennial writer. The Blog at Huffington Post.
New York Times messes up another visit to DC. Young & Hungry. (Strong, headline screaming language warning. Hint: ‘Messes’ is our word.).
The 10 best big cities for educated millennials puts DC on top. Business Insider. Something else in BI that’s worth a look at concerns “meal sharing apps,” where you can arrange to have dinner with strangers.
Why my online dating profile is incredibly honest. Greatest Escapist.
Back in the day when Jimi Hendrix played in Adams Morgan. DC Rocks.
Adams Morgan redevelopment project will preserve facades, reports Urban Turf, although they are pretty plain, and somewhat ugly.
A quick self portrait. Carol’s Drawing Journal.
Hill Now reports that Bayou Bakery is opening and will be true to its name with food such as gumbo, beignets.
Bike to work day on Friday. DCist.
Writing workshop at National Cathedral. Booklab.
Living in a 275 square foot apartment. Apartment Therapy.
A foreign student discovers that there’s more depth to DC than conveyed by its image. The Amerigo.
A Dream Home Becomes a Nightmare is a report on WAMU by Martin Austermuhle. It’s a cautionary tale about DC’s hot real estate market.
The 11 things I loved about running around DC. Ali on the Run.
Neoliberalism and DC’s Capitol Hill, where residents continue to express opposition to a proposed affordable housing project for seniors. Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space.
HughChe’s Blog and his incredible on-going list about DC life and observations.
Former councilman lands a new job promoting stripper nights. New Columbia Heights.
The blog post by DC Literary Outsider begins: The doctor, my therapist showed me a chart about the effects of drinking.
The Royal brings wifi, Colombian food, and vermouth next month. Left for LeDroit.
Interview with the owner of Banana Love Muffins. Urban Scrawl DC.
ARLnow has acquired Borderstan and plans to resume its operations. Borderstan did a good job covering the Dupont-Logan-U areas but ceased publication more than a year ago. It plans to expand its coverage area up to Columbia Heights.
Eat Run Read runs the Boston Marathon and reports.