The time lapse video of a building being moved is the most awesome thing. Triangle Blog.
Arielmin in Seoul with camera. Also, Instagram @arielmin.
A list of the many people that ride Metro in Paris. Kafe Kristin.
Unemployed Kat drops her “deal breakers” to dating, such as avoiding people who live on the other side of the river, otherwise called Arlington.
Some people are organized and some people aren’t when it comes to email. Famous DC.
A 2.5 hour walk from Woodley Park to the Congressional Cemetery ends on a bad note. Malnurtured Snay.
An intern returns to California after 10 weeks in DC and describes what she learned here, in the post: Goodbye my Lover, DC. (This post published in early March but just came across it. It’s a good read.). 1100 Jefferson.
A new restaurant enables patrons to record their own 45 RPM record right on the spot. Young and Hungry.
I’m 35 and I don’t know if I want a baby. Zandria.
My Undocumented Closet shows off a springtime look.
The Washington region is the world’s 77th largest urban area. Beyond DC.
Really nice work about what else at Urban Sketchers.
A blog that really took local journalism to heart, Short Articles about Long Meetings (SALM), is ceasing publication. The writer is relocating out of the area, and a successor the for the blog is being sought.
Confessions. Life As List.
Here’s the story of “he died with his boots on” Soapy Smith. Library of Congress Blog.
Your terrific 2015 cherry blossom Instagram photos. Capital Comment.
Feidin Santana is a hero. New Possibilities.
DCist has an interesting roundup of upcoming art house variety movies.
A new tavern for 7th St. NW near Q. SALM.
Ok, only read this if explosive baby poops on the plane is entertaining. But I do have a law degree.
A writer whose ancestry goes through Robert E Lee’s father, writes about revisionism in the post, dead guys. Tom Lee.
Here are 11 things you did not know about Nationals Park. Cloture Club.
Will DC really grow from 659,000 to 900,000 people by 2040? Open House.
PoP asked a good question about whether people are in DC for the long haul or not. Many responses.
The problem of mail theft. Frozen Tropics.
Oliver Stone was in Adams Morgan this week filming for a movie about Edward Snowden. Some Tweets with photos about here and here and here.
Clever: Gay Cake: A play in two acts. Pundit Mom.
Advocates for higher density in DC’s most fantastic neighborhoods have scored a major victory. Ten story pop-up planned for U Street rowhouse. Urban Turf. Loof Lirpa.
The Republic of T takes a well penned and thoughtful trip into “The backlash against discrimination and GOP’s Indiana program.”
DC is attacked by superior creatures, as we all know. Curbed DC.
This is fun: The most Washington movie. Capital Comment.