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  • 0, 1, 2, 3.

    0, 1, 2, 3.


    - 28 Jun 15, 12:02am -
  • Ministry of Grievances II
    I woke up this morning feeling markedly aggrieved, and so I think it is time, once again, for us to present our Grievances to the Ministry. As usual (yes, I know it was only one other time, DON’T MAKE ME ADD YOU TO MY LIST OF GRIEVANCES), anyone le…
    - 10 Jun 15, 9:52pm -
  • Evening Alexa is Mostly Concerned with Snacks.
    I was entirely overwhelmed by the lovely welcome I received upon my return. I’d had a sinking feeling said return would be greeted by silence as I tapped weakly at my electronic microphone, and instead you splendid people shocked and delighted me w…
    - 4 Jun 15, 1:09am -
  • *Nonchalantly Slides into View*

    *Nonchalantly Slides into View*

    I’ve thought, many times over the past mumble months, that I might be done here, but it appears that I am not. I don’t feel the need to belabor the point—which is really saying something, as belaboring is usually my favorite thing to do with po…
    - 25 May 15, 6:10pm -
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    0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.


    - 26 Mar 15, 9:05pm -
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  • Ministry of Grievances.
    I am having one of those days. Weeks, even. And it is rude to complain because I am so lucky etc. but guess what? I am declaring this post the Official Complaints Department and I have some complaints to register and you should all feel free to do th…
    - 5 Jun 14, 8:35pm -
  • A Day in the Life, Weekend Edition.

    A Day in the Life, Weekend Edition.

    This is almost two months old now, and has been sitting in my drafts folder since around the time Twyla was in the hospital, because I’ve been telling myself I have to post the conclusion of that story first, like I said I would, even though (SHOCK…
    - 30 May 14, 5:34pm -
  • Twyla Goes to the Hospital. (Now With Conclusion!)
    The party line, of course, is that daycare is a boon to women. But has anyone investigated the possibility that daycare is an invention of the patriarchy aimed at killing off working mothers altogether? We’ve all been sick more or less continuously…
    - 22 Apr 14, 12:21am -
  • “Morning Aphasia” Would Be a Fine Band Name.

    “Morning Aphasia” Would Be a Fine Band Name.

    ¶ Is there such a thing as Morning Aphasia? Because the other morning I was unable to call up: 1) The name of one of my children 2) The words “water bottle” 3) The word “lunchbox” 4) The word “bag” I compensated with “THING” and “T…
    - 29 Mar 14, 1:25am -

@Alexaflotsam

Finding Blanche

  • Happy Birthday, Mom. The speech I couldn’t find under pressure.

    Happy Birthday, Mom. The speech I couldn’t find under pressure.

    I don’t usually fold under pressure. But today at the luncheon that my sister, aunt and I put together, I couldn’t find my speech and totally just winged it. It was meh. I found what I’d written after the party was over and the dishes were done…
    - 17 Dec 18, 2:25am -
  • Putting my Skills to Work

    Putting my Skills to Work

    I’ve been a volunteer my whole life. An early memory – my mom was the chair of the June Jubilee when I was in first grade. I remember beaming with pride. The June Jubilee – the best part of the entire year, and my mom was in charge. I remember…
    - 5 May 18, 2:10pm -
  • Finding Gray

    Finding Gray

    I swim. And I used to color my hair. Turns out chlorine wreaks havoc on chemically treated hair. Who knew? I let it grow out and as it turns out, I wasn’t as gray as I thought I’d be. But it does depend on the light. LOL. And, as I let the layers…
    - 8 Feb 18, 4:24am -
  • Pool Tracker 2017
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    - 22 Jun 17, 8:46pm -
  • Help me understand….

    Help me understand….

    I really admire strong eyebrows. Mine have never been all that full, but these days? They are spotty. The woman at the salon who waxed mine last time scolded me for over-plucking them. Well, I have made lots of mistakes in my life, but I did not over…
    - 1 Jun 17, 12:33am -
  • Candy love.

    Candy love.

    I love jelly beans. Very much. I also love the healthy-ish eating regime I’ve been following for some time now. With no kids at home, Andrew & I have been solid in our resolve to have only reasonable options for snacking in the house. But that does…
    - 19 Mar 17, 2:29am -
  • The ring.

    The ring.

    In 2003, we had some pretty limited resources. Three young kids. We were working for ourselves in a still uncertain business climate. And yet, when we went to the Baltimore Antique Show at the end of that August and Andrew saw the 1991 (I like to s…
    - 14 Feb 17, 2:30am -
  • Jury duty

    Jury duty

    Today, I reported for jury duty. As I was waiting, waiting, waiting to find out my fate, I remembered the first time I was called for jury duty. It was in Baltimore City. In 1991. I think? I worked for Gray Kirk Vansant and had a huge client present…
    - 22 Nov 16, 1:28am -
  • Book series
    While I was in Vermont, one of my colleagues mentioned that her son had become a veracious reader. I could relate! My guys read so many books and I remember the hours in the book store looking for options. And so, I wanted to share some of the books…
    - 28 Jun 16, 12:22am -
  • Karma

    Karma

    You know I’m a huge SET and Quiddler fan, right? Maybe you read my post over at TueNight last September? I Would Probably Beat You at SET (And I Don’t Feel Bad)? If you didn’t, now’s your chance. Hehe. Shameless, I know. You cannot imagine my…
    - 23 Feb 16, 3:00pm -

@wendyscherer

Fannetastic Food


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  • newSesame Shrimp and Watermelon Salad

    Sesame Shrimp and Watermelon Salad

    Things I really love in summer: Super crisp, crunchy saladsJuicy watermelonSo clearly it make sense to combine these two faves into one, right?Introducing: Sesame Shrimp and Watermelon Salad, for when you can’t decide between sweet and savor…
    - 5 hours ago, 19 Jun 19, 12:00pm -
  • Jetsetting + Weekend

    Jetsetting + Weekend

    I have one word to describe the past few days: busy!I got back on Friday night from a press trip (you can see what I was up to in this Instagram post). It was just a quick overnight trip but a lot of fun and worth the travel!Besides learning a lot,…
    - 2 days ago, 17 Jun 19, 5:31pm -
  • The Easiest Baked Salmon Recipe

    The Easiest Baked Salmon Recipe

    Introducing: the fastest and easiest baked salmon recipe ever.Guaranteed to be delicious.3 ingredients and boom – perfect, tender salmon.For a long time I used to never cook salmon at home. I loved it at restaurants, but every time I tried to…
    - 5 days ago, 14 Jun 19, 11:00am -
  • This Week’s Eats + Trying Solidcore

    This Week’s Eats + Trying Solidcore

    Another week, another taco! These had chicken, a yummy tomato we picked up at a farmer’s market on the way home from Pennsylvania on Sunday, cheese, black beans, cilantro, guac, and roasted red peppers. Yum – thanks Chef Matt!I’ve also been…
    - 7 days ago, 12 Jun 19, 6:17pm -
  • Dickinson College 15 Year Reunion Alumni Weekend

    Dickinson College 15 Year Reunion Alumni Weekend

    Matt and I spent the weekend at my undergraduate alma mater, Dickinson College, for my 15 year (!) reunion!Wow, time flies. It was great to see friends and the beautiful green campus again! (Last time I was back I think was my 10 year reunion, so it…
    - 9 days ago, 10 Jun 19, 3:15pm -
  • Things I’m Loving Lately

    Things I’m Loving Lately

    Hey friends! Popping in with some Friday faves/things I’m loving lately.Play along in the comments – what are you loving lately?1) Muffins! My mom made us a batch of my old pumpkin blueberry muffins (old photos but yummy recipe) recently and…
    - 12 days ago, 7 Jun 19, 1:04pm -

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  • Date Nights

    Date Nights

    Hey friends! Matt and I got out for a date night last night – what a treat!The new True Food Kitchen opened in Arlington a couple weeks ago so Matt and I decided it would be fun to check it out! We are still staying at my parent’s house and m…
    - 14 days ago, 5 Jun 19, 2:52pm -
  • Fountainhead 10k Trail Run Race Recap

    Fountainhead 10k Trail Run Race Recap

    I ran my second postpartum race (the first was the Marine Corps 10k in the fall), the Fountainhead 10k-ish trail race, run by EX2 Adventures, this weekend!For the past year, I’ve settled into a good weekly routine of 1 run (on the weekend –…
    - 16 days ago, 3 Jun 19, 7:38pm -
  • Gone Fishing

    Gone Fishing

    Hey friends!We’ve been all about the salmon this week – I can’t get enough of my super easy perfect baked salmon recipe… stay tuned for a dedicated recipe post for that coming soon! We originally enjoyed it with rice, sauteed spinach, and…
    - 19 days ago, 31 May 19, 5:35pm -
  • Curry Turkey Burgers with Mint Yogurt Sauce

    Curry Turkey Burgers with Mint Yogurt Sauce

    It’s officially grilling season, and that calls for a new burger recipe, don’t you think? Introducing: Curry Turkey Burgers with Mint Yogurt Sauce!(Prefer meat-free recipes? Try my easy lentil veggie burgers!)These refreshing, flavorful, an…
    - 20 days ago, 30 May 19, 12:00pm -

@fANNEtasticfood

Farm Fresh Meat

  • LED bulb that fits in a microwave? YES!

    LED bulb that fits in a microwave? YES!

    I finally found the holy grail.That's right. An LED bulb that works in an over-the-range microwave.Though I love LED bulbs for the energy savings, in this application, it's more than saving a few bucks in electricity. They just burn out all the time.…
    - 17 Sep 14, 7:55pm -
  • Uber Car Chase vs. DC Cabs

    Uber Car Chase vs. DC Cabs

    I don't post much lately but this incident made me break my silence. Recently someone was allegedly taken on a high-speed chase by an Uber driver after they were approached by a DC cab inspector.Let's set aside the question of why a taxicab inspector…
    - 11 Jul 14, 5:58pm -
  • Fix for "Sensible Eco Living" unemptyable trash can

    Fix for "Sensible Eco Living" unemptyable trash can

    I've been a convert to motion-activated trash cans since my wife brought one into our household a number of years back. When they work, they're wonderful. They keep the stink in the can and your hands clean. The downside is, despite being a pretty si…
    - 29 Apr 14, 9:51pm -
  • Bosch dishwasher "stuck on 1 minute" heater relay fix

    Bosch dishwasher "stuck on 1 minute" heater relay fix

    This blog seems to be transforming into the Bosch repair blog... though in fairness, I've now been using these appliances for over 8 years. I guess two DIY-able problems in that time with 3 appliances (range, dishwasher, & over-the-range microwave) i…
    - 29 Apr 14, 1:38pm -
  • LED, CFL, GU24: Lighting in 2012

    LED,  CFL, GU24: Lighting in 2012

    I am a DIYer and an energy efficiency nut of sorts, so I am frequently butting heads with the changing face of lighting technology as I add and replace light fixtures. Compact flourescent light bulbs (CFLs), introduced something like 30 years ago, ar…
    - 28 Nov 12, 2:45pm -
  • Untitled

    Blogging is Dead. There are 113,000 results if you google that. In quotes. Long Live Logging!There are only 1,290 results for "logging is dead." And some of them are really about blogging. Clearly, blogging is being rapidly replaced by logging. Fad…
    - 24 Apr 12, 1:16pm -
  • Traffic cameras are out of control in DC

    Traffic cameras are out of control in DC

    Update Feb. 27, 2012:The speed trap was moved one block north, to the corner of 16th & Jonquil, a couple weeks ago. The calibration lines are now in the actual intersection of 16th & Jonquil. I wonder if this had anything to do with the poor orientat…
    - 27 Feb 12, 2:45pm -
  • Say Yes! to Organic Market in Petworth

    Say Yes! to Organic Market in Petworth

    This is my first ever post that's actually about farm fresh meat.I stopped in at Yes! in Petworth for the first time yesterday. I'm not on of those people who fears non-organic food or even seeks it out. But I like stuff that tastes good, and sometim…
    - 20 Jan 12, 4:41pm -
  • Home improvement season: Windows 3.0

    Home improvement season: Windows 3.0

    It's that time of year again. All right, to be fair, I haven't done anything on the house in about two years so let's say "it's that time of the decade again."I've gotten the home improvement bug, and this time I'm serious. I'm not stopping until the…
    - 9 May 11, 2:09pm -
  • Go vote tomorrow... because it might matter
    Most of the time, voting in DC doesn't really matter at all. We don't have any representation in Congress. Our electorates always go to the democratic candidate in a presidential election. Yet, for some reason, the only time people feel compelled to…
    - 25 Apr 11, 9:25pm -
  • Google Doccing

    Google Doccing

    The title of this post is the next candidate in my eternal quest to coin a term. When I succeed, I will finally be able to move on to my next life goal, which is even more difficult, because it will require the services of a midget.We all know what g…
    - 23 Jan 11, 2:21am -
  • Too Clever By Half

    Too Clever By Half

    Well, this is old news as far as webular things go, but some things never get old. One of them is having conversations with Cleverbot. If you have never done this before, I highly recommend it. It is entertaining, disconcerting, and time-sucking. Pho…
    - 28 Dec 10, 4:17pm -
  • Complexity

    Complexity

    "I think complexity is mostly sort of crummy stuff that is there because it's too expensive to change the interface." --Jaron LanierRoughly translated, the computer geek who uttered these words is saying that things would be simple except for it's…
    - 13 Dec 10, 3:49pm -
  • Thankful for...
    Thanksgiving dinner this year took place at my wife's sister's home with both of our families largely represented. We were each given a paper "feather" on which to write things for which we are thankful. At the time, I was not able to muster much, so…
    - 30 Nov 10, 3:09pm -
  • 'Tis the Unseasoned

    'Tis the Unseasoned

    Thanksgiving. It's here again. Tomorrow, yeah!It's that time when most Americans fire up that seldom-used appliance, the range, and roast a 20 pound bird. This even includes most people for whom "cooking dinner" means sticking a London broil that Who…
    - 24 Nov 10, 7:27pm -
  • Great Photographer: Sergey Gogolev

    Great Photographer: Sergey Gogolev

    I wanted to take a minute to recommend Sergey Gogolev, our wedding photographer. We had an unconventional wedding. Having both been married before we decided that we didn't really want a big traditional wedding, but we still wanted to have a ceremony…
    - 15 Nov 10, 2:58pm -
  • Schrödinger's Blog

    Schrödinger's Blog

    Hello, loyal consumers of Farm Fresh Meat! As you are no doubt aware, things have been a bit lean on the Farm lately. Sorry 'bout that. Since I last posted, more than three million seconds ago, much has happened. None of the intervening events are re…
    - 11 Nov 10, 1:20pm -
  • $#*! I Saw On TV Last Night

    $#*!  I Saw On TV Last Night

    While I was anxiously awaiting the season premiere of Fringe last night, N. happened to notice "$#*! My Dad Says" in the TV guide that hovered before our eyes.What better way to kill a half an hour, which would otherwise seem like an eternity as I co…
    - 24 Sep 10, 1:02pm -
  • Hoarding & The Human Tragedy of Eviction

    Hoarding & The Human Tragedy of Eviction

    I arrived home to Columbia Heights from work yesterday to a remarkable scene. The sidewalks in front of my house, indeed, up and down the block, were piled high with boxes, furniture, and all manner of things. Cleary, someone had been put out of thei…
    - 22 Sep 10, 4:05pm -
  • Got Hitched

    Got Hitched

    Technically, we were already. We got married last month (8/9/10) for numerological reasons. But we had planned a ceremony and had reserved the garden at the Old Stone House in Georgetown on Saturday for this purpose. A good friend who is an ordained…
    - 20 Sep 10, 7:40pm -
  • Fenty's Alter Egos

    Fenty's Alter Egos

    In the wake of Vincent Gray's victory over Adrian Fenty, we are starting to see blackberries show up on Craig's List for sale, and people are wondering who's going to stay and who's going to go. The name that comes to most people's mind is Michelle R…
    - 17 Sep 10, 4:16pm -
  • Electageddon: Can You Eat Sausage?

    Electageddon: Can You Eat Sausage?

    Vincent Gray, and alter ego Vincent Price. Courtesy of DCist.Adrian Fenty, and alter egos Frank Capone, and Zorro. I am notmaking any kind of statement with these pictures, just sayin'.The day is upon us, when we must choose our fate. A referendum on…
    - 14 Sep 10, 1:57pm -
  • Repent Ye, For The Apocalypse Is Upon Us

    Repent Ye, For The Apocalypse Is Upon Us

    I know I talk a lot about the apocalypse, but this time, I can say without hyperbole, it is absolutely upon us.Just look at this last week. And technically, it's still summer! Nothing is supposed to happen in the summer.Psychopath terrorizes Discover…
    - 3 Sep 10, 3:12pm -
  • Discovery Channel's Nutjob Finally Loses It

    Discovery Channel's Nutjob Finally Loses It

    I am LOOKING for solutions so that we may not NEED electricity and all that stuff." - James Jay Lee, 1/29/08What you cannot see in this picture is the actual Discovery Channel building.Hey, everyone! I just got back from a lovely weekend in Maine wit…
    - 1 Sep 10, 9:19pm -
  • Metro Set To Further Annoy It's Best Customers

    Metro Set To Further Annoy It's Best Customers

    Metro, following in the footsteps of progressive organizations such as the Recording Industry of America (RIAA), will be enacting new policies designed to cause invoncenience, aggravation, and possibly legal problems, to the kind of customers it like…
    - 26 Aug 10, 12:53pm -

Fashion Is Spinach

  • Did you hear they got Pinned?

    Did you hear they got Pinned?

    So many of my favorite images end up on my Pinterest account these days. Are we pinning pals? Let's be.
    - 8 Feb 17, 8:59pm -
  • Gloria Vanderbilt: Style Icon

    Gloria Vanderbilt: Style Icon

    The new HBO doc Gloria Vanderbilt: Nothing Left Unsaid is a surprisingly entertaining look back at one of the world's most notable heiresses (and most prominent style icons). The glimpses of photo shoots and magazine features over the years were tota…
    - 17 May 16, 11:05pm -
  • Flying Tiger, Hidden Goodies

    Flying Tiger, Hidden Goodies

    If you are, like me, an unapologetic devotee of Ikea's Marketplace section (cute napkins! cute placemats! cute whisks!), then your mind will be blown at Flying Tiger a Danish emporium of the cute, cheap and Scandinavian-designed. There are just two o…
    - 10 May 16, 11:02pm -
  • Met Gala: Best of the Best

    Met Gala: Best of the Best

    I saw the highly enjoyable documentary The First Monday in May (seriously, go see it) over the weekend, so I was totally ready for the Met Gala red carpet. And while I can't say it didn't disappoint at times -- I know it's fashion-forward, but some o…
    - 3 May 16, 11:31pm -
  • Cult Following: Danish Pepper Mills

    Cult Following: Danish Pepper Mills

    There is an unbelievable obsessive following for Danish teak pepper mills, especially those vintage ones designed by Jens Quistgaard for Dansk. (OMG, vintage Dansk in general. Don't even get me started. Waaaant.) These simple, sculptural pieces typic…
    - 3 May 16, 5:32pm -
  • Louise Dahl-Wolfe & the World's Most Perfect Coat

    Louise Dahl-Wolfe & the World's Most Perfect Coat

    Is there anything more perfect than a Balenciaga coat? I submit not.A new book on legendary Bazaar photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe gets the slideshow treatment on nytimes.com. Worth the click for beautiful shadows and sculptural bathing suits. And tha…
    - 22 Apr 16, 11:13pm -
  • Must Watch: The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    Must Watch: The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    It's been out for almost a week and I can't believe I still haven't binge-watched the new season of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, where mysteries get solved using old Babysitter's Club books and where the instant classic "Peeno Noir" first came to l…
    - 21 Apr 16, 8:14pm -
  • Watch Your Wallet: The Land of Nod

    Watch Your Wallet: The Land of Nod

    I don't have any children. I don't plan to have any children anytime soon. But one of my very, very favorite shopping sites is The Land of Nod, the uber-cute, not-just-for-kids-IMHO site that's full of sculptural toys and great lamps and amazing (and…
    - 18 Apr 16, 11:22pm -
  • Currently Obsessed: iittala's Kastehelmi Design

    Currently Obsessed: iittala's Kastehelmi Design

    It may have been created in 1964, but Scandinavian brand iittala's Kastehelmi (literally, "dewdrop" in Finnish) style is just as gorgeous and relevant today. I've been sussing out vintage pieces (much better quality than the modern versions you can b…
    - 11 Apr 16, 10:56pm -
  • Your Very Own Hipster Boyfriend... Sort of

    Your Very Own Hipster Boyfriend... Sort of

    I'm a little obsessed with vintage circus memorabilia as of late (so is everyone else, judging by the crazy eBay bidding wars that happen over old-school Freak Show signs). I'm pretty sure it was my particular interest in the Strong Man that led me…
    - 17 Mar 16, 10:30pm -
  • Obsessed (Part 55 of 273): LLBean Boots

    Obsessed (Part 55 of 273): LLBean Boots

    Confession time: Despite all the cute shoes in my closet, in the winter I wear one of two things: my OTK flat boots (current pair: Frye) or a pair of LLBean boots (current pair: shearling lined). Paired with skinny jeans, a flannel shirt and a chunky…
    - 9 Feb 16, 12:27am -
  • Swoonworthy #72: Rifle Paper Co. Cards

    Swoonworthy #72: Rifle Paper Co. Cards

    When is a greeting card not a greeting card? When it's a little piece of art. I'm obsessed with just about everything from Rifle Paper Co., but especially their adorable card line -- perfect for sending to a friend or hanging in a frame.
    - 5 Feb 16, 12:56am -
  • Under Construction...

    Under Construction...

    ... Things are afoot! But, until they can really be afoot, we need to do some sprucing up around here. Stay tuned...
    - 1 Feb 16, 7:46pm -
  • Everything you've ever bought online, in one photo

    Everything you've ever bought online, in one photo

    Chinese photographer Huang Qingjun assembled families from all across China and had them pose with the stuff they'd bought online. It's pretty cool -- and pretty interesting how different lives in China can be from us over here. For example, the thi…
    - 10 Nov 15, 8:32pm -
  • Where it all began: A tribute to “Fashion is Spinach” (the book)

    Where it all began: A tribute to “Fashion is Spinach” (the book)

    If you’ve not yet read the long-overdue piece on Elizabeth Hawes and her first book (and my blog namesake), “Fashion is Spinach,” you must you must you must. (Click here.) It’s titled “The Most Brilliant American Fashion Designer” — and…
    - 15 Jun 14, 9:10pm -
  • Um, well, hey.

    Um, well, hey.

    Seeing it's been, oh I don't know, almost a YEAR since my last post, it seemed like it was high time I said hello already.It would probably be smart of me to officially "retire", but I just can't bring myself to do it. (Even when I'm embarrassingly o…
    - 6 Apr 14, 5:07am -
  • {Sneak Peek} Inside my Apartment

    {Sneak Peek} Inside my Apartment

    I've been busy lately, especially with moving from my (tiny) Manhattan apartment to my (tiny, but cheaper) Brooklyn apartment. For someone with a closet as big as mine, this is not a small undertaking. On the upside: A new place to decorate! It's sti…
    - 15 May 13, 2:43pm -
  • NYC Readers: Your Bergdorf Goodman Movie Giveaway!!

    NYC Readers: Your Bergdorf Goodman Movie Giveaway!!

    A week from Friday, the fashion star-studded documentary "Scatter my Ashes at Bergdorf's" comes out. But the night before -- on May 2 at 7pm, at a downtown NYC locale -- there will be a special sneak preview of the film just for bloggers, super-fans…
    - 24 Apr 13, 3:38am -
  • Adventures in Woodworking

    Adventures in Woodworking

    Having found myself with a little extra time lately, I've plunged headfirst into the World of Making Things. Whether it's slightly misshapen pillowcases or experimenting with spray paint, my projects have been pretty fun — and pretty educational. A…
    - 23 Apr 13, 1:56am -
  • OB. SESSED. {with Emily Henderson}

    OB. SESSED. {with Emily Henderson}

    My friend Kevin — he of Vintage Roadtrip 1 & 2 fame, if you've been following me for a while — has the best taste of anyone I know. Just look at his perfectly perfect living room above. (The rug? Swoon!) We're like design soulmates, except he's a…
    - 23 Apr 13, 1:53am -
  • ♥ ♥ Lemlem ♥ ♥

    ♥ ♥ Lemlem ♥ ♥

    I'm always a little suspect of models (or actresses) turned "designers", but I fell in love with Liya Kebede's line Lemlem before I even knew it was hers (and judged it...). The woven fabrics, usually mixed with super-bright stripes, are made by weav…
    - 15 Apr 13, 12:45pm -
  • California, Californiiiiiaaaa, here we cooooome!

    California, Californiiiiiaaaa, here we cooooome!

    I am literally counting down the days/hours/minutes/nanoseconds to my Memorial Day vacation, a trip to Palm Springs with Kevin (he of "Vintage Roadtrip" partnership fame) and pals. Palm Springs = midcentury mecca, vintage bastion, retro retreat of su…
    - 12 Apr 13, 4:22am -
  • Jenna Lyons + Pink Shoes = Major Uncontrollable Lust

    Jenna Lyons + Pink Shoes = Major Uncontrollable Lust

    I sort of freaked out over this video of Jenna Lyons' insane shoe collection. Next to Eloise (from the books), Iris Apfel and Katie Holmes-in-the-early-Tom- years (bobs4eva), she's pretty much my go-to fashion role model. When I saw the neon pink ca…
    - 15 Mar 13, 12:58pm -
  • S.W.A.K.

    S.W.A.K.

    More and more, I skip trends and just look for pieces that I love. My regular haunts these days include several Soho consignment shops, where I can find beautiful designer pieces that are just a few years old for much less than their original cost. T…
    - 13 Mar 13, 2:53am -
  • On the second day of Christmas...*

    On the second day of Christmas...*

    So, yes, everyone was all "Margiela! H&M!" about two weeks ago, but being a normal human person (who happened to be on a business trip the day the collection debuted), I didn't go wandering into an H&M until this weekend to see if anything was left.…
    - 3 Dec 12, 4:19am -

@msspinach

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  • FTC Takes Action against Companies Falsely Claiming Compliance with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, Other International Privacy Agreements
    The Federal Trade Commission reached a settlement with a background screening company over allegations it falsely claimed to be a participant in the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield program. In separate actions, the FTC also sent warning letters to more than a…
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  • FTC Releases Agenda for PrivacyCon 2019
    The Federal Trade Commission today released the final agenda for the fourth annual PrivacyCon, which will take place on June 27, 2019 and focus on the latest research and trends related to consumer privacy and data security.FTC Chairman Joe Simons wi…
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  • Auto Dealer Software Provider Settles FTC Data Security Allegations
    An Iowa company that sells software and data services to auto dealers has agreed to take steps to better protect the data it collects, to settle Federal Trade Commission allegations that the firm’s poor data security practices led to a breach that…
    - 7 days ago, 12 Jun 19, 12:00pm -
  • FTC Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century Conclude with a Session Featuring State Attorneys General
    June 12 hearing at Creighton University will focus on areas of commonalityWHAT:The Federal Trade Commission will host the 14th and final session of its Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century.WHEN: Wednesday, June 12, 8:3…
    - 9 days ago, 10 Jun 19, 12:00pm -
  • FTC to Hold Workshop Examining Online Event Ticket Sales
    WHAT:The Federal Trade Commission will host a workshop examining consumer protection issues related to the online event-ticket marketplace.WHEN:Tuesday, June 11 9:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. ET (Doors open at 8 a.m. ET)WHERE:Constitution Center400 Seventh St…
    - 9 days ago, 10 Jun 19, 12:00pm -

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Feast After Famine

  • Journey Into the Pose

    Journey Into the Pose

    I went to bed feeling creaky and achey and defeated by a seemingly simple transition that continues to elude me. I finished my early morning practice feeling much the same way. I blamed it on the full moon instead of the more likely culprit - entir…
    - 4 Feb 15, 4:45pm -
  • Keep On
    At the start of one of my classes, my teacher often asks us to visualize an intention for class then rub our hands together hard, make heat and place our palms over our eyes to seal the visual.I did this three times before the start of the Raleigh H…
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  • Yoga Selfies Give Bad Karma
    I fell off my bike into a pile of goose poo. It happened at about mile 18 of a really crappy ride. I'd just pulled off the Mount Vernon Trail into a patch of grass near the river that offers a great view of the Lincoln and Washington monuments. I t…
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  • When yoga is more challenging off the mat

    When yoga is more challenging off the mat

    With few exceptions, I've never really struggled to quiet my mind during yoga. I went through a period shortly after starting teacher training where my thoughts raced and just this week, I spent an hour trying - unsuccessfully - to still the mind tum…
    - 2 Apr 14, 3:45pm -
  • Stories We Tell Ourselves

    Stories We Tell Ourselves

    The stories we tell ourselves about ourselves may be true for a time, but they don't have to be gospel forever. Sometimes, we learn they might never have been true. Maybe they were crutches we used to keep ourselves from falling or excuses we gave fu…
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  • World History According to a First-Grader
    Lots of heavy yoga posts lately, so I thought I'd lighten the mood. Desmond and Josephine celebrate their 100th day of first grade on Friday and part of the celebration involves completing a project that plays off the theme of 100. Think 100 Legos,…
    - 12 Feb 14, 4:44pm -
  • Thoughts on Mysore
    I was wrong about Mysore. I thought before starting the practice a few weeks ago it fueled competitiveness and fed the ego. Maybe it does at other studios. Maybe it does among other practitioners. But what I've found has been startlingly different an…
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  • Listening to Pain
    It wasn't until I fell into the trash can that I gave myself a talking to. The tumble into the bin came just moments after I crashed into the wall. Twice. I'd been upside down on my head, one arm out in front of me for support, the other in the air r…
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  • Now, the discipline of yoga.

    Now, the discipline of yoga.

    People often ask me how long I've practiced yoga. It's a simple enough question, but one I can't answer easily because while I went to my first class more than a decade ago, I've spent more time off the mat than on it. Serious injuries, tight financ…
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  • Yoga 2014

    Yoga 2014

    As last year started winding down, I started to think of yoga poses I'd like to find in 2014. My list grew so long, though, it began to feel a bit ridiculous. I decided instead to divide the poses into three themes because I found there were ideas th…
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Flash Free

  • Flashfree…time for a new journey

    Flashfree…time for a new journey

    Flashfree is back online and accessible. We are about the change it up a bit in coming weeks to ensure that the information is also geared specifically to women of color, whose health needs are often distinct from their white and even Latino peers.
    - 7 Sep 18, 7:53pm -
  • New Year…farewell
    Phew! What a ride the past six plus years have been. And like everything that’s worthwhile, it’s important to know when to step away. And so, I must bid adieu to Flashfree to make room for new writing, new reporting and a new journey. As an early…
    - 1 Jan 15, 5:13pm -
  • GUYSIDE: The king is dead, long live the king!

    GUYSIDE: The king is dead, long live the king!

    This is a bit of a valedictory for Guyside. After 54 happy posts here on FlashFree, we’re at the end of the road. Asking guys to contribute to a site about menopause was a bit of a courageous and audacious move, which fits this blog’s major-domo…
    - 31 Dec 14, 4:25pm -
  • Reinventing Women: My Turn

    Reinventing Women: My Turn

    At various junctures throughout Flashfree, I have run a series entitled ‘Reinventing Women.’  In it, I have highlighted the journeys or evolution, if you will, of women who are rediscovering their passion(s) in midlife, changing their focus from…
    - 26 Dec 14, 12:43pm -
  • GUYSIDE: Keep a weather eye out for dubious claims.

    GUYSIDE: Keep a weather eye out for dubious claims.

        I was watching my local newscast recently and heard about an innovative new treatment for “winter blues”, or Seasonal Affective Disorder. As someone who strongly dislikes 4 pm sunsets, I was interested enough to keep watching. The treatment…
    - 24 Dec 14, 3:12pm -
  • Newsflash! Severe hot flashes? Keep an eye out for bone health!

    Newsflash! Severe hot flashes? Keep an eye out for bone health!

    Heads up! If you experience moderate to severe hot flashes and night sweats, you may be at higher risk for lower bone density and in turn, a higher rate of hip fractures than women without these symptoms. These study findings were published online ye…
    - 19 Dec 14, 12:29pm -
  • Guyside: The Beautiful Freedom of Not Giving a Crap

    Guyside: The Beautiful Freedom of Not Giving a Crap

    When I was much younger – say, around 8-9 years old – I used to get in trouble with my school teachers, and other adults in positions of authority, regularly. Pretty much not a day would go by without my mother receiving some troublesome news abo…
    - 17 Dec 14, 12:21pm -
  • Vaginal Atrophy: Is there an effective non-hormonal option?

    Vaginal Atrophy: Is there an effective non-hormonal option?

    While the GLAM squad works to convince you that the only sensible option to treat vaginal atrophy is Novo Nordisk’s Vagifem (a topical estrogen agent), I would like to share that a highly effective non-hormonal option exists. The rub? It’s only…
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  • Guyside: Girls deserve more than one way to wear a bow.

    Guyside: Girls deserve more than one way to wear a bow.

    With the abundance of bow savvy heroines making a mark on the silver screen, it wasn’t any surprise for me to see my daughter don a hood and fill a quiver for Halloween. What was a surprise, however, was how almost every neighbor narrowed their err…
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  • Can you massage your way to sleep?

    Can you massage your way to sleep?

    Insomnia! Yes, folks, it’s that time of the year when I raise the sleep issue. In fact, if I could, I would see your zzz’s and raise you a few. You see, I’ve not been sleeping much as of late and I’m desperately seeking a sheep or two to carr…
    - 5 Dec 14, 12:06pm -

@LizScherer

Foam Core Fantasy

  • Basement Steps

    Basement Steps

    We've been back in our house for almost a year and there are still many big projects left to tackle.  For those who ask how the house is coming along, the answer is either "slowly" or "it's not," depending on my mood and how recently any work has ta…
    - 31 Dec 15, 4:42pm -
  • An Armoire!

    An Armoire!

    I had secretly been hoping, for several years, to eventually find an affordable antique armoire to use as a linen closet since we somehow neglected to include one in our house plans, probably because the house didn't have one before.So about six wee…
    - 4 Oct 15, 2:33am -
  • Second Chance

    Second Chance

    Since I apparently think that I can do anything now, no expertise needed, I drew up some plans for a headboard and started pricing the materials.  And discovered that the posts that I want to have on either side are EXPENSIVE, way too much for a wor…
    - 3 Jan 14, 6:05am -
  • Night Stands

    Night Stands

    After I finished the armoire, the little IKEA nightstands we had gotten after the fire looked so puny and white, which is kind of strange for me to be saying since my go-to color for painted furniture has always been white.  Although recently I've b…
    - 2 Jan 14, 4:20pm -
  • Fall Projects 2013

    Fall Projects 2013

    WARNING:  If I sound cranky, it's because I'm exhausted.  This is a blog - an online diary where I pour out my innermost thoughts for all to read, so I am generously sharing all of my house-related innermost thoughts with all of you now.  I ho…
    - 18 Dec 13, 5:22am -
  • Framing Fun

    Framing Fun

    It's arts and crafts time here in Foam Core Fantasyland!  I figured I might as well do something to make my house look more like a home while I'm waiting for basic things like window and door frames, baseboards, doorknobs, etc. to happen.  I dis…
    - 18 Dec 13, 5:20am -
  • Scilla Spring Beauty

    Scilla Spring Beauty

    These flowers are called Scilla Spring Beauty and they are the largest of the Scillas.This year they bloomed about two weeks later than usual.Our two rhododendron bushes will not bloom this year because the deer ate all the buds.So far the roses hav…
    - 18 Dec 13, 3:54am -
  • Foundation Plantings

    Foundation Plantings

    Last fall we saw some plants on sale for cheap at Home Depot and decided to go ahead and get a little bit of foundation planting happening, now that we finally have gutters.  These were sort of impulse purchases and we'll move them somewhere else if…
    - 27 Jan 13, 7:20am -
  • A little bit of decorating...

    A little bit of decorating...

     I haven't done any blogging in a   L O N G  time, much longer than it might seem by the date of this post (because I post-dated it).  I have spent so much time these past several years totally focused on construction stuff that when it stoppe…
    - 24 Jan 13, 11:01pm -
  • Hydrangea Report

    Hydrangea Report

    I've been very excited to see how my new hydrangeas would survive the winter, especially since they were transplanted, divided, and pruned late last summer, which is exactly when you aren't supposed to be doing any of those things to hydrangeas.Ori…
    - 23 Jan 13, 11:38pm -
  • Liriope - April

    Liriope - April

    I've made good headway on the liriope hill this spring - it's all trimmed, mulched, and ready to go.  And that's a far cry from where it was when I started clearing out the 2-3 foot high weeds last summer.  I'm really ready for this liriope to fill…
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  • Hydrangea Heaven

    Hydrangea Heaven

    I have always loved hydrangeas.  We used to have a huge old Pee Gee hydrangea growing right outside by the corner of our bedroom but sadly it went away along with the rest of the old part of our house.  I've been wanting another one ever since, bu…
    - 11 Nov 11, 3:07am -
  • finished the slipcover!

    finished the slipcover!

    Almost.  It's far enough along that it looks finished to the casual observer and that's good enough for now.  I want to do something with tabs and buttonholes  and covered buttons so that the band around the circumference will be more fitted.  T…
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  • August Home Improvements

    August Home Improvements

    We've made a little progress on our house this month. Nothing major - just a few little cosmetic improvements to make our house an even more pleasant place to live.  The first thing we did was to pick out and install the glass for the tops of our ca…
    - 30 Aug 11, 5:43am -
  • Gutters Finished!

    Gutters Finished!

    I'm happy to report that Doug has finished installing the gutters.  He did a beautiful job on them and is now I'm sure feeling quite relieved to have finally finished something that he'd been putting off for a long time.  I am happy about the water…
    - 31 Jul 11, 2:36pm -
  • our new crape myrtles are blooming!

    our new crape myrtles are blooming!

    We are so excited at how well our five crape myrtles are doing.  For a while we thought maybe they wouldn't bloom during the first year after we planted them (last fall).  But they are now in full bloom and they look extremely happy out there a…
    - 18 Jul 11, 4:25am -
  • Ladder Rack

    Ladder Rack

    We are working on a bunch of different outdoor projects here in Foam Core Fantasyland and we've even managed to finish some of them, and almost finish some others.The World's Biggest Tree Stump is long gone and tomorrow we will be covering the area…
    - 16 Jul 11, 3:14am -
  • gutter madness
    The delightful flurry of activity continues, with Doug finally being in the mood to put gutters on our house after six long years of not having them.  However, the past two days' attempts to buy what we need so that we can finally have these gutters…
    - 13 Jul 11, 4:21am -
  • A New Wall

    A New Wall

    Our front porch area is starting to finally look rather civilized, between all the weeding  and us putting in the little retaining wall last week.  We even put our very first foundation plant - the lovely hydrangea you can see in the picture below.…
    - 11 Jul 11, 8:42pm -
  • no more giant tree stump!

    no more giant tree stump!

    I've been on a roll lately with getting things happening around here.  There's been an unexpected and completely delightful spirit of cooperation in the air that has caused many good things to happen recently.  Doug's brother came over with his cha…
    - 8 Jul 11, 3:02am -
  • T I M B E R ! ! !

    T  I  M  B  E  R  !  !  !

    We have had a really ugly looking 20 foot tall Norway Spruce stump adorning our front yard for almost four years .  It has been irritating me every single time I've had to look at it, so that's been almost 2000 different times during the years s…
    - 5 Jul 11, 5:23am -
  • Powder Room Finished

    Powder Room Finished

    The powder room is finished! It really really is! It even has a door knob - the first interior door knob in our entire house. Doug installed it and the shoe moulding so that I could finally get this room finished.The hallway moulding, on the other ha…
    - 5 May 11, 7:35pm -
  • The Piano Room is Finished

    The Piano Room is Finished

    The piano room is completely finished!  Everything is done.  All of the baseboards all of the shoe moulding, all of the thresholds, all of the window trim, all of the window handles, all of the lights, all of the painting, all of the staining, EVER…
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  • Thresholds

    Thresholds

    Doug has spent the past two days making custom thresholds for the piano room. They are very wide because the walls into this room are so thick. We left a pretty big space between the two different flooring materials partly so that we could use a wide…
    - 10 Jan 11, 4:32am -
  • Basement Office

    Basement Office

    Doug's office area is shaping up pretty nicely so far. It's a new setup that will hopefully work well for him without taking up too much space. He's got a shiny new black table top that was made out of a door by him, and stained and polyurethaned b…
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For Love of Children

  • Developing a Difference

    Developing a Difference

    This post was written by Shawn Wilds the Postsecondary Program Coordinator at For Love of Children.
    - 19 Mar 18, 3:12pm -
  • FLOC College Night 2018

    FLOC College Night 2018

    This post was written by Joshua Washington, For Love of Children’s NTP Program Intern.
    - 5 Feb 18, 9:40pm -
  • FLOC Outdoors In Action!

    FLOC Outdoors In Action!

    This post was written by Melanie Miles the Program Coordinator at For Love of Children’s Outdoor Education Center.
    - 19 Jan 18, 5:40pm -
  • FLOC’s 11th Annual Book Festival

    FLOC’s 11th Annual Book Festival

    This post was written by Michelle Baglietto For Love of Children’s Neighborhood Tutoring Program Intern.
    - 7 Dec 17, 7:46pm -

@FLOC_DC

Food Truck Fiesta

  • Truckeroo Truck List For Oct 20! #truckeroo
    Truckeroo kicks off this afternoon at 4pm!  Join us at the DC Fairgrounds (Half St & M St SE, Navy Yard/Ballpark metro) for delicious food truck fare from DC’s best food trucks!  Here is the list of trucks serving from 4pm-11pm: Due South DC Slic…
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  • Surprise Truckeroo This Friday Oct 20! #truckeroo
    Truckeroo organizers have scheduled one last Truckeroo for the 2017 season to occur this Friday, October 20!  From 4pm-11pm, enjoy delicious food truck fare from DC’s best food trucks!  The event is hosted at DC Fairgrounds at Half St and M St SE…
    - 17 Oct 17, 3:50pm -
  • Truckeroo Gets Started At 4pm (9/22)!  Open Until 11pm!
    Get your Friday evening off to a great start tonight by visiting Truckeroo at the DC Fairgrounds at Half & M St SE (Navy Yard/Ballpark metro)!  Music, games, adult beverages and plenty of seating are available + great food truck fare.  See you ther…
    - 22 Sep 17, 7:42pm -
  • Sept. 22 Truckeroo Truck List Announced!
    The list of trucks serving during the September 22 Truckeroo has been announced!  Truckeroo is DC’s food truck festival held during the warmer months of the year.  It is held from 4pm – 11pm at the DC Fairgrounds (Half St & M St SE, across from…
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  • Truckeroo Is August 4! Truck List Announced! #truckeroo
    The next Truckeroo will be held on Friday, August 4!  Join us at the DC Fairgrounds (Half St and M St SE) across from the Navy Yard/Ballpark metro entrance for delicious food truck fare, covered & uncovered seating, music and games!  Hours for this…
    - 1 Aug 17, 11:55am -
  • Truckeroo’s July 21 Truck Line-up Announced! #truckeroo
    The list of DC food trucks serving during the July 21 Truckeroo has been announced!  Truckeroo is DC’s food truck festival held during the warmer months of the year.  The even space is located at Half St and M St SE, across from the Navy Yard / B…
    - 14 Jul 17, 2:58pm -
  • BBQ Bus Smokehouse  Grand Opening! July 7
    The owners of the fantastic BBQ Bus food truck are having a grand opening of their brick and mortar store, tomorrow, July 7!  Here are the details: 11:30 am Friday, July 7, 2017 BBQ Bus Smokehouse, 5830 Georgia Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20011 In atten…
    - 6 Jul 17, 4:19pm -
  • Truckeroo Is Open! Until 11pm, June 30 #truckeroo
    Truckeroo is now open! (Friday, June 30) Join us at DC Fairgrounds until 11pm. Your happy hour and dinner service is now being served by the finest of DCs food trucks! Truckeroo is located across from the Navy Yard/Ballpark metro entrance (Half St SE…
    - 30 Jun 17, 8:13pm -
  • Truckeroo On June 30! // 4pm – 11pm // #truckeroo @truckeroo #surprise!
    The Truckeroo schedule for 2017 just keeps getting better! A Truckeroo event will be held this Friday, June 30 at the usual venue: DC Fairgrounds! Please note that Truckeroo now starts at 4pm and ends at 11pm for the 2017 season. Join us for happy ho…
    - 26 Jun 17, 2:22pm -
  • Truckeroo Is Friday, June 16! // 4pm – 11pm // #truckeroo @truckeroo
    The second Truckeroo of 2017 will be held on Friday, June 16! Please note that the hours of Truckeroo have changed for the 2017 season. Hours are 4pm – 11pm: happy hour and dinner service. Truckeroo is located at the Fairgrounds across from the Nav…
    - 15 Jun 17, 3:19pm -

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Foodie Tots

  • Give All Kids a Shot@Life: Support Global Vaccinations
    Measles, rubella, polio — these are diseases we don’t really think about on a daily basis. But elsewhere in the world, a child dies of one of these vaccine-preventable diseases every 20 seconds. Think about that — we have the ability to prevent…
    - 28 Apr 17, 4:48pm -
  • Spring is for Brunching: Requin at Mosaic District
    When a local restaurant by one of my favorite chefs closed, the heartbreak was short-lived by the announcement that a new restaurant from Chef Jennifer Carroll would take its place. If any of you are Top Chef fans, you may recognize her from the show…
    - 4 Apr 17, 2:40pm -
  • Infinite Kusama at the Hirshhorn + Polka Dot Eats
    What’s red and white with polka dots all over? Why, it’s the first mirrored room installation of the Yayoi Kusama: Infinite Mirrors exhibition that opened today at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC. A retrospective of the Japanese artist’s…
    - 24 Feb 17, 4:28am -
  • Slow Cooker Creamy Chicken Taquitos
    Looking to mix up your Taco Tuesday routine? How about this simple yet delicious creamy chicken that cooks in a slow cooker all day, and takes about 10 minutes to finish assembling in the evening? Doesn’t get much better than that! In the morning,…
    - 15 Nov 16, 4:24pm -
  • FamilyStyleDC: Honey Pig Korean BBQ & SnoCream, Annandale
    Welcome to FamilyStyleDC: our occasional recommendations of places to eat, play & go! around Washington, DC. Today we’re featuring a family favorite for Korean-style barbecue in Annandale, Va., and local dessert spot. It’s no secret that Honey Pi…
    - 9 Sep 16, 7:02pm -

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Food Network Addict

  • Dave Lieberman's Young & Hung--!!!
    Don't have much time to blog these days and I've missed about 3 weeks worth of The Next Food Network Star, but I still got time for my boy Dave Lieberman...Love it!(via FailBlog)
    - 14 Jul 10, 6:40pm -
  • Giada's Chest Explodes Buttons Off Shirt In the Early Days
    These days you can't turn on Food Network without getting a little cleavage action, be it from Giada De Laurentiis, Anne Burrell, or Mario Batali.An although Giada seemed pretty comfortable...
    - 22 Jun 10, 3:11pm -
  • Next Food Network Star - Week 3
    Well, I may have missed posting about last week's episode (I was still on the West coast, getting ready to get on a redeye flight back) but I'm baaaaack.This week, Guy Fee-Yetti was pitch-hitting...
    - 21 Jun 10, 1:59am -
  • Bob Tuschman Really Wants You to Like... Bob Tuschman!
    If you can't love (or Facebook 'like') yourself, how in the hell you gonna love somebody else?The Next Food Network Star judge and Food Network GM Bob Tuschman took that Rupual-ism to heart...
    - 9 Jun 10, 4:02pm -
  • Review: Next Food Network Star, Season 6
    I'll spare you my thoughts on how referring to a 6-episode deal as the "biggest prize on television" is a bit hyperbolic... or about Food Network's dilemma with finding a new star with this reality...
    - 5 Jun 10, 1:39pm -

@FoodNetAddict

Foil Womans Diary

  • Slow Post/Moving On
    Big Bob died in late 2015. Lots of people talked as though this were a tragedy -- an 80-year-old man died of choking, not being able to eat the broccoli he was served.  I'm relieved Big Bog is dead. MVBFITNCA (My Very Best Friend in the National Cap…
    - 8 Oct 16, 10:07pm -
  • Diminishment
    I just spend a weekend with TigerGrrl in Appalachia visiting Big Bob.  He is no better physically.  He can speak more clearly, but still mutters much of the time.  His emotional control has eroded a great deal.   He tries to hit his wife and his…
    - 18 Aug 14, 2:13am -
  • Nemesis
    I have a visit with my surgeon tomorrow, and I'm hoping to stall what seems to be inevitable.  I'm going to ask if physical therapy or exercise could help (hasn't so far), and suggest "alternative therapies" even though I know they are hogwash.  No…
    - 1 Aug 14, 1:19am -
  • Pain, No Gain
    I've just discovered I need to have some surgery done; two not-too-large surgeries, but enough to scare me a smidge.  Now on the wrong side of fifty, any thing like that makes you stop and wonder.   My daughters are still under age:  15 and 9.  M…
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  • More West Coast Ponderings.
    Back home now, but we had a wonderful time out in Mid-Coast California.  We rode horses down to the ocean on Big Sur.  It was wonderful, but a word to the wise:  if you haven't ridden horses in years, a two hour ride through the mountains will lea…
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  • The Black Veil
    Yesterday, I finished Rick Moody's memoir The Black Veil.  I had started reading it several years ago,  but finally sat down and read it through.  I now cannot figure out why I had such trouble getting into it.  It was wonderful.  Depressing,  …
    - 9 Jul 14, 2:48am -
  • The Pacific
    Out visiting Big Grampa with my girls, I am amazed again at the difference in geography and weather.   Instead of of the rapturous green land muted by muggy skies of the mid-Atlantic, the land is sere,  brown, and harsh surrounded by the clearest s…
    - 6 Jul 14, 12:48pm -
  • Against Interpretation In The Ether
    I'm just finishing Susan Sontag's Against Interpretation.  I enjoyed a number of her essays, some of which I read years before, like "On Camp", but many have not stood the test of time.  Her essay on Happenings seems like an aged and scratched bit…
    - 21 Jun 14, 11:03pm -
  • More Mortality and Criticism (and a Criticism of Christian Radio and Modern Christian Architecture)
    More trips to Appalachia to help my aunt deal with Big Bob.  He's been in rehab, hospital, and rehab, deteriorating with each step.  We took him back home today, not to die, but to "recover".  Yet how many 78-year olds recover after breaking their…
    - 16 Jun 14, 10:39am -
  • Mortality
    I'm heading to Appalachia tomorrow to say goodbye to Big Bob, my favorite uncle.  He's over 80, and while his wife was away, something happened and a neighbor stopped by to borrow some flour (or a sheep or a rifle), and when no-one answered the knoc…
    - 20 Mar 14, 11:55pm -
  • My Winter in the Great White North
    That's not true. I still live in the generally almost tropical national capital area suburbs. But today is my 995th snow day of 2014. That may be a slight exaggeration. But even when the federal government closes, my employer generally remains op…
    - 17 Mar 14, 1:01pm -
  • Long Ago and Far Away
    I used to post a lot on this blog. It was very important to me. Now life is so busy that I barely have time to think, much less write. To anyone who might still be reading, life has been good. I am in the process of recovering from the disaster o…
    - 16 Mar 14, 6:23pm -
  • Remembering Why I Don't Write Here Much
    The reason is exhaustion, pure and simple. During the Dark Times (pre-divorce, divorce, and immediate post-divorce), I was so nervous and afraid that adrenaline kept me up at all hours, and I would write to soothe myself. Now, I don't worry so much…
    - 16 Mar 14, 6:22pm -
  • Sick and Tired (but Life's Still Good)
    I've had a cold and cough for two weeks. I've been to the doctor twice. I can't stop coughing. On the Metro, people eschew me. But I'm not sick enough to stay home. Some of the cough is allergies. Up in Northern New Hampshire, up in the North…
    - 30 Apr 12, 3:14am -
  • Mundane
    Nuclear Grammy would have been 100 years old last month. She died at Christmastime. My last grandparent, gone. Now I am noticing parental health issues (and friends' health issues, person with diabetes who doesn't exercise or do much health-wise).…
    - 8 Mar 12, 12:33pm -
  • Aging in America
    I'm really pissed off. In general, that's not my natural state these days. I'm pleasantly mellow. Most people don't even recognize me. But what's with the whole "I'm a specialist, I won't talk to another specialist who treats your mother" schtick…
    - 1 Mar 12, 12:47am -
  • The Year There Was No Winter
    Okay, I know those of you in the antipodes are at the end of summer, but here, it's winter, and for the last few years we have had boatloads o' snow. This year, nothing. There's still a chance, of course, but it's increasingly unlikely that the cap…
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  • Fortune's Wheel
    It's been a while. I never meant to stop writing here, but life caught up with me, and I didn't need to vent as much.At the start of the whole divorce from PdeFF (a/k/a the Insane Ex) my entire goal was to survive with the girls reasonably happy. No…
    - 28 Jan 12, 6:10am -
  • Irritable Boss Here
    Those of you in Gen X, Y, Z and Zero or whatever you* call yourselves, consider this a little advice note from your boss. I recently, due to no fault or ambition of my own, doubled the number of subordinates who I supervise. It has not been a joy-fil…
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  • I Don't Know How I Did It
    My plans do not include stopping blogging, except I seem to have stopped blogging. I plead parenthood, being fully employed, being mildly ill, and being fucking exhausted.* I also, with a smidgeon of pride, plead successful working parenthood. TG…
    - 24 Feb 11, 3:39am -
  • The Happy Elf
    Last weekend I got reviewer tickets to see The Happy Elf, an Adventure Theatre play, but at Montgomery College in Rockville rather than the usual Glen Echo home of Adventure Theatre. I took DestructoGirl, who loved the play/musical. I prefer the tr…
    - 22 Nov 10, 5:28am -
  • Out of Synch
    DG has turned six. TG is eleven. I'm almost fifty. Despite the alleged horde of women giving birth in their late thirties and early forties, I'm the oldest mother of a kindergartner I know. I go to the PTA meetings, look at the young men and wome…
    - 28 Oct 10, 11:13am -
  • Firewood
    I love the crispness in the air when I get up in the morning in fall. Especially after the soggy, sticky, moist, limp dishragness of summer. And in my current place, I have a fireplace that works, and this morning, before work (yeah, I'm working to…
    - 9 Oct 10, 12:31pm -
  • Happy and Boring
    No new disaster dating scenarios: I'm done with dating for a while. I don't have the time or energy. Most guys seem to require a fair amount of effort and I just don't have that to give.No new health crises. It looks like I'll get through 2010 wi…
    - 8 Oct 10, 4:08am -
  • Change in Direction
    I haven't felt the need to write about my thoughts and feelings the way I did in 2005-2007. Things are pretty settled and my life isn't careening towards or through crisis after crisis. The divorce is final, PdeFF and I are making pretty good wor…
    - 22 Aug 10, 12:23am -

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  • My Summer Running Plans

    My Summer Running Plans

    For the first time in a while, I don’t really have anything to answer when people ask me  when my next race is. My next race is Berlin. That’s in 15 weeks. Until then I’m just training and settling into a routine of workouts, tracks and long r…
    - 1 day ago, 18 Jun 19, 2:49pm -
  • 2019 Berlin Marathon Training: Week 2

    2019 Berlin Marathon Training: Week 2

    Slowly getting into the grove of things with week 2. To be honest, I was feeling a bit down all week, so it felt good to get out and run it out. Here’s what training looked like the second week of June: MONDAY Rest day!   TUESDAY Back to Body Pump…
    - 3 days ago, 16 Jun 19, 6:50pm -
  • What I Talk About When I’m *not* Talking about Running

    What I Talk About When I’m *not* Talking about Running


    - 7 days ago, 12 Jun 19, 2:23pm -
  • 2019 Berlin Marathon Training: Week 1

    2019 Berlin Marathon Training: Week 1

    The 2019 Berlin Marathon is 110 days away and since it’s not going to run itself, I officially kicked off my training this week. And while I tried to have fun in May and do a ton of non-running focused workouts, I was definitely getting antsy and I…
    - 9 days ago, 10 Jun 19, 7:35pm -
  • It’s 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Time !

    It’s 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Time !

    Allez les Bleues (avec un E)!!! The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off today, Friday, June 7th at Paris’ Parc des Princes (home of the PSG soccer team) with France facing South Korea. The United States Women National Soccer Team are the defend…
    - 12 days ago, 7 Jun 19, 5:24pm -
  • Weekend Links: It’s Cherry Blossom 10 Miler Time!

    Weekend Links: It’s Cherry Blossom 10 Miler Time!

    It’s peak bloom in Washington, DC and the city is so pretty in pink right now. It’s also race time for the Cherry Blossom 10 Miler and I can’t wait to run it for the third time in a row. It’s not my goal race for the distance this year, that…
    - 75 days ago, 5 Apr 19, 5:53pm -

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  • Voyage ~ Highlights from the Yucatán

    Voyage ~ Highlights from the Yucatán

    I don’t know about you but winter has been really rough for me. Luckily, I got a bit of a much needed break a few weeks ago when I got to spend a few hot and sunny days in the Yucatán Peninsula with my parents. We landed in Cancun after spending a…
    - 7 Mar 19, 10:57pm -
  • Oh, Look, a Race! My 2019 Race Schedule

    Oh, Look, a Race! My 2019 Race Schedule

    Last year was my first full year running and I went all in. I signed up for all the races. My first marathon. Seven half marathons. Three 10 millers. A 17.75K. A 15K. Two 10Ks. Two 5Ks.  I definitely overdid it as I wrote in this “Can’t Stop Won…
    - 6 Mar 19, 6:07pm -
  • My Running Goals For 2019

    My Running Goals For 2019

    Last year, I embarked on a challenge to turn my life around and went all in in becoming a runner. I set an ambitious goal for myself, to run a marathon, and I worked hard to make it happen. The idea was to make a permanent lifestyle change and to ke…
    - 10 Jan 19, 9:12pm -
  • My 2018 D.C. Holiday Season To Do List

    My 2018 D.C. Holiday Season To Do List

    Last year, Tammy Gordon of Florida Girl in DC made this awesome #DCChristmasChallenge Holiday To Do List. I crossed off many items on her list but thought I’d make my own this year! 1. Attend a Christmas Tree Lighting I didn’t enter the lottery f…
    - 23 Nov 18, 8:29am -

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Friend Ship Tails

  • Halloween stress for pets

    Halloween stress for pets

    FrankHalloween is one of my favorite holidays but with pets in the house there are a few things to keep in mind when preparing for trick-or-treaters to disperse throughout your neighborhood.  Apart from the danger that chocolate toxicity holds for d…
    - 24 Oct 14, 11:00am -
  • A cautionary tale of chocolate toxicity for Halloween

    A cautionary tale of chocolate toxicity for Halloween

    Lilly dressed as a bunch of grapesWith Halloween coming up and the holiday season just around the corner everyone will have more candy around the house than usual and this is an invitation for curious pups to steal a snack.  My dogs Sparkle and Lill…
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  • How Little Things for Our Pet's Make the Biggest Difference

    How Little Things for Our Pet's Make the Biggest Difference

    As a veterinarian and pet parent to four dogs and two cats I have plenty of experience caring for pets both at the hospital and at home. While annual wellness exams, vaccines and monthly preventive medications for heartworms, fleas and ticks are esse…
    - 9 Sep 14, 4:11pm -
  • Choosing the right food for your pet (and holding pet food companies to higher standards)

    Choosing the right food for your pet (and holding pet food companies to higher standards)

    Frank asking for dinnerChoosing what to feed your dog or cat is a very important decision for pet owners and one that can be overwhelming given the countless choices out on the market today.  Stores are stocked with row after row of different pet fo…
    - 3 Sep 14, 6:19pm -
  • Frank update

    Frank update

    I have put off writing this blog because I didn’t want to jinx anything, but after almost two months I think I am safe saying that Frank is 100% back to normal!  In my post from May 7th I reported that he was on the mend but he really wasn’t bac…
    - 28 Aug 14, 10:44pm -
  • The Key to a Happier, Healthier Pet: Annual Vet Checkups

    The Key to a Happier, Healthier Pet: Annual Vet Checkups

    Want to know why veterinarians are always reminding you about annual checkups? Because they are one of the easiest things you can do to help keep your cat or dog happy and healthy for many years to come. Unfortunately, it's also something that can ea…
    - 19 Aug 14, 11:33pm -
  • Amelia's Kittens

    Amelia's Kittens

    Friendship was very proud to send eleven of our team members off to veterinary school last fall.  Below is a report from Amelia who was the indispensable assistant to our Chief of Primary Care, Dr. Kuehn.  We all miss Amelia very much (especiall…
    - 25 Jun 14, 5:15pm -
  • Introducing Nexgard!

    Introducing Nexgard!

    There is a new oral flea and tick product on the market and we are all very excited about it here at Friendship.  Nexgard is a monthly chew that protects dogs against fleas and ticks.  It is absorbed into the blood stream and kills parasites when t…
    - 18 Jun 14, 6:27pm -
  • Frank's Big Scare

    Frank's Big Scare

    I apologize that it has been awhile since my last post, April was a crazy month and I am still recovering from it.  The 8th Annual Fashion forPaws Runway Show was on April 12th and it was a huge success.  The event raised over $425,000 that will di…
    - 7 May 14, 8:11pm -
  • Weight loss success for Toby!

    Weight loss success for Toby!

    Losing weight is hard.  It is hard for us and it's really hard for our pets. Given that fact, I am very excited to report a weight loss success story! Toby is a 3-year-old Greater Swiss Mountain dog that I have been seeing since she was a tiny puppy…
    - 31 Mar 14, 7:15pm -
  • Diabetes in cats - Izzy's story

    Diabetes in cats - Izzy's story

    Izzy is an 8-year-old kitty who came to see me because her owner noticed over the past month she had been drinking and urinating much more than normal. Overall she is a healthy, middle-aged cat with no previous medical issues. Her physical exam was u…
    - 28 Mar 14, 12:09am -
  • Cardiology - Dr. Keith Blass

    Cardiology - Dr. Keith Blass

    We all know that our pets have huge hearts filled with unconditional love--but what does it mean when your veterinarian tells you your pet has a heart murmur?It could mean nothing or it could indicate that there is heart disease present. The only way…
    - 17 Mar 14, 5:42pm -
  • Fashion for Paws 2014!

    Fashion for Paws 2014!

    Spring is finally here! That means it is time for the dogs of DC to get ready to strut down the catwalk for the 8th annual Fashion for Paws Runway Show on April 12that the Omni Shoreham Hotel.  Last year my Labradoodle Frank and I had a great time w…
    - 10 Mar 14, 10:33pm -
  • New Puppy Necessities

    New Puppy Necessities

    If you are thinking about bringing a dog into your family it can be absolutely overwhelming – and that is before your new friend steps one paw inside.  Here is a checklist of a few things you may not have thought of to have in place before you bri…
    - 19 Feb 14, 8:14pm -
  • Friendship steps up to help out DC’s inured Snowy Owl

    Friendship steps up to help out DC’s inured Snowy Owl

    Last week two police officers rescued an injured Snowy Owl they found at 14th and K Streets after she was thought to have been hit by a Metrobus.  Initially she was brought into the National Zoo and examined by one of the staff veterinarians there b…
    - 5 Feb 14, 3:18pm -
  • Volunteering for WHS

    Volunteering for WHS

    This month I accomplished something I have wanted to do for quite some time; volunteer at the Washington Humane Society’s Cat NeighborhoodPartnership Program (CatNiPP) monthly spay/neuter clinic.  This WHS program provides care for the thousands o…
    - 29 Jan 14, 9:23pm -
  • How to keep your pets safe in winter

    How to keep your pets safe in winter

      Since we are in the depth of winter complete with heavy snow to be followed by freezing temperatures, I wanted to give you a few tips on things to look out for in order to keep your pet’s safe.Salting for snow and ice: Many of the chemicals use…
    - 22 Jan 14, 1:08am -
  • Golden Retriever Lifetime Study

    Golden Retriever Lifetime Study


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  • How to buy a gift for your dog or cat

    How to buy a gift for your dog or cat

    Frank's Christmas CheerWhen you are running around doing your holiday shopping don’t forget about picking up a treat for your dog or cat.  There are so many products out there to choose from it can be completely overwhelming so let this serve as y…
    - 9 Dec 13, 10:19pm -
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  • Toxic Jerky Treats

    Toxic Jerky Treats

    The FDA released a report this week on the extensive investigation and testing they have done to try and determine why jerky treats are making pets sick.  As of September 24th 2013 the agency has received reports of 3,600 dogs and 10 cats becom…
    - 23 Oct 13, 10:22pm -
  • How to have your dog be a part of your wedding

    How to have your dog be a part of your wedding

    My husband and I celebrated our one year anniversary this past weekend.  As we were looking back through our beautiful pictures I thought it would be fun to share with other pet lovers how we incorporated our dogs into the big day.Now having fo…
    - 30 Sep 13, 7:56pm -
  • Leah's story

    Leah's story

    On Friday morning a one year old, eleven-pound Yorkie mix named Leah was rushed to Friendship in shock and near death.  She had been attacked by three large dogs while her owners were walking her in their neighborhood in Northeast DC.  The dog…
    - 23 Sep 13, 8:13pm -
  • Flea and tick prevention - always important!

    Flea and tick prevention - always important!

    Summer is in full swing – hello heat wave!  The only creatures enjoying this weather are the creepy crawlers so now is the time to be extra vigilant with your flea, tick and heartworm prevention.Everyone knows how annoying those relentless mo…
    - 24 Jul 13, 5:55pm -

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Frozen Tropics


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  • newKids & Teens Can Eat Free Through the DC Free Summer Meals Program

    Kids & Teens Can Eat Free Through the DC Free Summer Meals Program

    The D.C. Free Summer Meals Program is in full swing serving free meals to all children ages 18 and younger. You do not need to fill out an application to receive a meal. Just head to one of the sites during service hours. Note that hours and days do…
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  • Celebrate Summer at Cultivate the City's DC Strawberry Festival this Saturday (6/15)

    Celebrate Summer at Cultivate the City's DC Strawberry Festival this Saturday (6/15)

    Cultivate the City is hosting the inaugural D.C. Strawberry Festival this Saturday at H Street Farms on the roof of W.S. Jenks & Son Hardware (910 Bladensburg Road NE) and it's going to be quite the family/pet friendly occasion. The event celebrates…
    - 6 days ago, 13 Jun 19, 11:53pm -
  • Trinidad Neighborhood Clean-Up Followed by Combined ANC SMD Meeting Saturday (6/15)

    Trinidad Neighborhood Clean-Up Followed by Combined ANC SMD Meeting Saturday (6/15)

    Trinidad neighbors are invited to come out this Saturday for June's monthly neighborhood clean-up. Meet at the corner of Montello Avenue and Neal Street NE at 8:30am. You should bring your own gloves, but the organizers will provide the bags (plus co…
    - 7 days ago, 12 Jun 19, 10:36am -
  • DDOT Florida Avenue NE Interim Safety Improvement Open House 6/20

    DDOT Florida Avenue NE Interim Safety Improvement Open House 6/20

    The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will host an open house to present the design for the Florida Avenue NE interim safety improvements on Thursday, June 20 from 7–8:30pm. The purpose of the project is to address safety concerns along…
    - 8 days ago, 11 Jun 19, 10:59am -
  • Impala Cantina y Taqueria Closes Up Shop

    Impala Cantina y Taqueria Closes Up Shop

    This Tacos Impala window gave many their first taste of the restaurant's fare back in late 2010Sad news, but Impala Cantina y Taqueria (1358 H St. NE) announced Friday it had closed its doors."Thank you H Street for the 5 years of tacos and margarit…
    - 9 days ago, 10 Jun 19, 10:50am -
  • Rice Bar Applies for Liquor License for 625 H St. NE

    Rice Bar Applies for Liquor License for 625 H St. NE

    Photo courtesy of @TheX2BusDCRice Bar has filed a new liquor license application for 625 H St. NE (formerly home to Buredo). Rice Bar specializes in build your own versions of the Korean classic bib bim bap, and also serves Korean style soups and noo…
    - 12 days ago, 7 Jun 19, 10:49am -

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  • ANC 5D Meeting this Coming Tuesday (6/11)

    ANC 5D Meeting this Coming Tuesday (6/11)

    Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5D will hold its regular monthly Tuesday, June 11 at 7pm. The meeting will take place at 371 Morse St. NE. A draft agenda is posted on the ANC website.Agenda items include presentations on the below topics:A PUD from…
    - 13 days ago, 6 Jun 19, 10:32am -
  • Man Wounded in Shooting Last Night in 1100 Block of 21st Street NE

    Man Wounded in Shooting Last Night in 1100 Block of 21st Street NE

    A man was wounded in a shooting in the 1100 block of 21st Street NE about 9:30pm last night. According to an email from Fifth District Lt. Jeffery Kopp the victim reported that he was walking when three male suspects in a small black sedan approached…
    - 14 days ago, 5 Jun 19, 10:05am -
  • W.S. Jenks & H Street Main Street to Hold Job Fair Thursday for Project Search Students

    W.S. Jenks & H Street Main Street to Hold Job Fair Thursday for Project Search Students

    W.S. Jenks & Son Hardware will welcome Project Search students for a job fair ThursdayW.S. Jenks & Son (910 Bladensburg Road NE) and H Street Main Street (HSMS) are teaming up with the non-profit Project Search DC for a job fair on Thursday. Projec…
    - 15 days ago, 4 Jun 19, 10:57am -
  • All You Can Eat Crawfish Boil Bar Elena June 8

    All You Can Eat Crawfish Boil Bar Elena June 8

    Bar Elena (414 H St. NE) will host a crawfish boil and Port City Brewing tap takeover Saturday, June 8 from 2–7pm. Fresh crawfish, potatoes, corn and crispy hushpuppies are on the menu for the boil. Tickets are $45 a person and include all you can…
    - 16 days ago, 3 Jun 19, 10:49am -
  • Bubbie's Plant Burgers & Fizz Pops Up at Rock & Roll Hotel

    Bubbie's Plant Burgers & Fizz Pops Up at Rock & Roll Hotel

     Bubbie's Plant Burgers & Fizz is currently popping up at the Rock & Roll Hotel (1353 H St. NE), and you can head over tonight to try the menu. Bubbie's comes our way from members of the Pow Pow (1253 H St. NE) team, and like its sister restaurant…
    - 20 days ago, 30 May 19, 10:55am -
  • Bladensburg Road: Car Strikes CVS & a Carryout Serves Up a Racial Slur w/Noodles

    Bladensburg Road: Car Strikes CVS & a Carryout Serves Up a Racial Slur w/Noodles

    Screenshot from an @DCFireEMS tweet A car struck the Starburst CVS (845 Bladensburg Road NE) a little before 7pm last night. According to DC Fire and EMS two cars were involved in the collision. Two people suffered minor injuries, and another sustai…
    - 21 days ago, 29 May 19, 10:29am -
  • Last Night: Stabbing on H Street NE, & Man Injured in a Shooting in Trinidad

    Last Night: Stabbing on H Street NE, & Man Injured in a Shooting in Trinidad

    A man was injured in a shooting last night around 7:15pm in the 1600 block of Trinidad Avenue NE. Per an email from Fifth District Lieutenant Brian H. Brown, MPD officers responding to a report of gunshots found the man suffering from non-threatening…
    - 26 days ago, 24 May 19, 10:45am -
  • Violent Assault/Robbery in the 1200 block of Mt. Olivet Road NE Overnight

    Violent Assault/Robbery in the 1200 block of Mt. Olivet Road NE Overnight

    A man was found early this morning (about 12:40am) in the 1200 block of Mt. Olivet Road NE suffering from injuries to the head and face. Per an email sent by Fifth District Captain Chris Moore "It appears to be clear that he was assaulted, reportedly…
    - 27 days ago, 23 May 19, 11:07am -
  • DCist on the Dangerously Delicious Pies Petition

    DCist on the Dangerously Delicious Pies Petition

    Recently I wrote about the petition posted online by Dangerously Delicious Pies (1339 H St. NE), and the Hill Rag and Barred in DC also covered it. If you haven't seen those pieces (and their comments), I recommend giving them a quick read. DCist pu…
    - 28 days ago, 22 May 19, 11:13am -
  • Tonight: DDOT Arboretum Bridge & Trail Project Meeting

    Tonight: DDOT Arboretum Bridge & Trail Project Meeting

    DDOT will hold a meeting tonight (Tuesday, May 21) from 6:30-8:30pm at the National Arboretum (3501 New York Ave. NE) to present design concepts and gather comments from the community. If you can't make tonight's meeting, they are holding another mee…
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  • Speeding Driver on Florida Ave Takes Out Light Pole, Ghost Bike, Car, & Fence

    Speeding Driver on Florida Ave Takes Out Light Pole, Ghost Bike, Car, & Fence

    Photo by Twitter user Blaise (@DC1F525)Early Saturday morning (about 4:08am) a Chevy Tahoe traveling eastbound at a high rate of speed struck a light pole at 12th and Florida Avenue NE before also hitting a parked car, a no parking sign, a couple of…
    - 30 days ago, 20 May 19, 11:29am -
  • Stabbing in at 16th & D Street NE

    Stabbing in at 16th & D Street NE

    There was a stabbing at 16th and D Street NE last night a little after midnight. I do not have any information on the status of the victim. The full text of the alert appears below.Stabbing at 0019 hrs at 16th and D Street, NE. Lookout for a B/M wear…
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  • Bar Bullfrog Now Open on H Street NE

    Bar Bullfrog Now Open on H Street NE

    Photo by Barred in DC (on Twitter @BarredinDC)Bullfrog Bagels celebrated the grand opening of Bar Bullfrog last night in the former Star & Shamrock space at 1341 H St. NE. You can download their full menu (all day, dinner, and brunch) from their webs…
    - 33 days ago, 17 May 19, 11:24am -
  • The Deal with that Dangerously Delicious Pies Petition [UPDATED]

    The Deal with that Dangerously Delicious Pies Petition [UPDATED]

    Dangerously Delicious Pies decorated for the holidays in late 2017 Many of may have seen the vaguely worded petition that circulated online yesterday regarding Dangerously Delicious Pies (1339 H St. NE). The local shop, which recently once again was…
    - 33 days ago, 17 May 19, 11:21am -
  • Mehari Sequar Gallery Opens Tomorrow w/the Works of Artist Jamilla Okubo

    Mehari Sequar Gallery Opens Tomorrow w/the Works of Artist Jamilla Okubo

    East City Art alerted me that H Street NE has a new 1,400 square foot art gallery that will hold its first opening tomorrow from 8–11pm. Mehari Sequar Gallery (1402 H St. NE) is an independent gallery dedicated to articulating global narratives by…
    - 35 days ago, 15 May 19, 10:41am -
  • Watch Those Streaming DC United Games at Duffy's

    Watch Those Streaming DC United Games at Duffy's

    Duffy's Irish Pub (1016 H St. NE) has good news for DC United fans who might be worried about missing out on games since the team announced their multi-year streaming deal with FloSports, a subscription service that has the exclusive rights to broadc…
    - 36 days ago, 14 May 19, 10:33am -
  • ANC 5D Meeting Tomorrow (Tuesday, May 14)

    ANC 5D Meeting Tomorrow (Tuesday, May 14)

    Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5D will host its monthly public meeting tomorrow (7pm) at 371 Morse St. NE (Behind the Trader Joe's). The agenda appears below.Welcome & ReportsCall to Order & Roll Call – 7pm (Comm. Lee)Adoption of the Agenda – (…
    - 37 days ago, 13 May 19, 11:08am -
  • Crummell4Community Yard Party in Ivy City Tomorrow

    Crummell4Community Yard Party in Ivy City Tomorrow

    Friends of Crummell School and Empower DC will host a yard party tomorrow from 2–5pm at 1854 Central Pl. NE in Ivy City. You'll find games for kids, performances, and food. If the weather doesn't cooperate the rain date is May 25. It's a chance to…
    - 40 days ago, 10 May 19, 10:47am -
  • Film Noir Classics & World Bonsai Day

    Film Noir Classics & World Bonsai Day

    The Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market (550 Penn St. NE) is screening some terrific film noir classics this month. They've already shown Gun Crazy and Mildred Pierce, but The Maltese Falcon (May 15), Double Indemnity (May 22), and The Lady From Shanghai…
    - 41 days ago, 9 May 19, 10:54am -

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  • Live: The Twilight Sad @ U Street Music Hall, 5/12/19

    Live: The Twilight Sad @ U Street Music Hall, 5/12/19

    It had all been going so well. Up until the fifth song of the set, that is. But not halfway through that fifth song, "Last January," The Twilight Sad's front fellow James Graham turned to face his compatriots onstage and made "cut" gestures, shaking…
    - 15 days ago, 4 Jun 19, 7:18am -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Parquet Courts

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Parquet Courts

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 16 days ago, 4 Jun 19, 3:45am -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Papercuts

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Papercuts

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 16 days ago, 4 Jun 19, 3:27am -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Paddy Hanna

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Paddy Hanna

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 16 days ago, 4 Jun 19, 3:14am -
  • Newsflash!: Win Tickets to Priests @ 9:30 Club, 6/15/19

    Newsflash!: Win Tickets to Priests @ 9:30 Club, 6/15/19

    You love going to shows. I love giving you tickets to shows. It's a match made in heaven. Read on for how you can win you some tickets to a great show. I've been going to shows at the legendary 9:30 Club since I was a teenager, and have seen some of…
    - 16 days ago, 3 Jun 19, 9:36pm -
  • Newsflash! Win Tickets to The Lemonheads @ 9:30 Club, 6/13/19

    Newsflash! Win Tickets to The Lemonheads @ 9:30 Club, 6/13/19

    You love going to shows. I love giving you tickets to shows. It's a match made in heaven. Read on for how you can win you some tickets to a great show. I've been going to shows at the legendary 9:30 Club since I was a teenager, and have seen some of…
    - 17 days ago, 3 Jun 19, 4:56am -

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  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Ought

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Ought

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 17 days ago, 3 Jun 19, 4:28am -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: The Orielles

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: The Orielles

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 17 days ago, 3 Jun 19, 4:08am -
  • The Week In Shows: 6/3/19-6/9/19

    The Week In Shows: 6/3/19-6/9/19

    A sunny Sunday morning seems as good a time as any to plot ones weekly show schedule, I think. Let's take a look at what's happening in the greater DC metro this coming week, shall we? Hot diggity!Gentle reminder, dear ones, that yours truly will be…
    - 17 days ago, 2 Jun 19, 4:27pm -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: The Ophelias

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: The Ophelias

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 24 days ago, 27 May 19, 3:01am -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Olden Yolk

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Olden Yolk

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 24 days ago, 27 May 19, 2:03am -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Oh Sees

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Oh Sees

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 24 days ago, 27 May 19, 1:42am -
  • The Week In Shows: 5/27/19-6/2/19

    The Week In Shows: 5/27/19-6/2/19

    A gorgeous Saturday afternoon seems as good a time as any to plot ones weekly show schedule, I think. Let's take a look at what's happening in the greater DC metro this coming week, shall we? Hot diggity!Before digging in to the shows for the week ah…
    - 25 days ago, 25 May 19, 4:30pm -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Oh Pep!

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Oh Pep!

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 25 days ago, 25 May 19, 3:26pm -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Nine Inch Nails

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Nine Inch Nails

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 25 days ago, 25 May 19, 8:33am -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Nest Egg

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Nest Egg

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 25 days ago, 25 May 19, 8:12am -
  • Video of The Day: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

    Video of The Day: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

    There’s a bunch of videos out there. Some of them are good. Some of them are a cut above. Here's a Video of The Day pick that Intern Andrew think is a cut (or two) above.Noel Gallagher’s ambitious artistry never ceases to amaze as he continues to…
    - 26 days ago, 24 May 19, 6:29pm -
  • Live: IDLES @ Rock & Roll Hotel, 5/11/19

    Live: IDLES @ Rock & Roll Hotel, 5/11/19

    Albert Einstein once said that he was "a militant pacifist" who was "willing to fight for peace." That this towering figure of science and intellect was a pacifist is perhaps no surprise, though it may be a surprise to see me reference him in a conce…
    - 27 days ago, 24 May 19, 1:10am -
  • Video of The Day: Ron Gallo

    Video of The Day: Ron Gallo

    There’s a bunch of videos out there. Some of them are good. Some of them are a cut above. I like to think my picks for Video of The Day are a cut (or two) above.Ron Gallo's divine "Love Supreme (Work Together)" is a giddy, jittery, glittery good ti…
    - 27 days ago, 23 May 19, 9:04pm -
  • Good Cover Version: Shame does B-52s

    Good Cover Version: Shame does B-52s

    Pulp gave the world the song "Bad Cover Version." But seeing as I'm a sonic optimist, I'm of the belief that there's more likely than not more good cover versions floating around than bad ones. Good Cover Version celebrates the good, and leaves all t…
    - 28 days ago, 22 May 19, 6:11pm -
  • Bands on Film: IDLES @ Rock & Roll Hotel, 5/11/19

    Bands on Film: IDLES @ Rock & Roll Hotel, 5/11/19

    Every now and then I like to take copious amounts of photos when I go to shows. This set of shots is of a band I think you should be listening to right about now.I'm still wrapping my brain around what I saw on the 11th of May. I know who I saw, but…
    - 28 days ago, 22 May 19, 5:26pm -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Nap Eyes

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Nap Eyes

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 31 days ago, 19 May 19, 6:37pm -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Mitski

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Mitski

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 31 days ago, 19 May 19, 6:20pm -
  • The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Middle Kids

    The Fashionably Late Top 101 of 2018: Middle Kids

    2018. What is there to say? It was another year full of terrible, horrible things on a grand scale. But as with 2017, which was also a year full of terrible, horrible things, there seemed to be an abundance of really, really good music. And thank the…
    - 31 days ago, 19 May 19, 6:07pm -
  • The Week In Shows: 5/20/19-5/26/19

    The Week In Shows: 5/20/19-5/26/19

    A mildly muggy Sunday morning seems as good a time as any to plot ones weekly show schedule, I think. Let's take a look at what's happening in the greater DC metro this coming week, shall we? Hot diggity!It's starting to feel like summer, and while I…
    - 31 days ago, 19 May 19, 2:52pm -

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Fashion of Good Will

  • Easy Couple’s Halloween Costumes on a Budget

    Easy Couple’s Halloween Costumes on a Budget

    Greetings, fashionistas! Today I’m taking a break from my usual trending talk to share some Halloween inspiration with you. I’ve curated a few ideas of easily accomplished couples’ costume ideas for you and yours this fall season. These ideas c…
    - 7 Oct 18, 11:02am -
  • Add Fearful Flair with Spooky Spider Vases

    Add Fearful Flair with Spooky Spider Vases

    Why not transform Goodwill vases into “BOO-tiful” pieces to scare up some Halloween fun! With black spray paint, white puffy fabric paint, and seasonal accessories, you can easily create frightening spider web vases. Age Level:  Older kids, te…
    - 7 Oct 18, 11:01am -
  • Picking the Perfect Halloween Costume (Part 1)

    Picking the Perfect Halloween Costume (Part 1)

    Who’s ready for Halloween? I am! 🙂 I’m always ready! One of my favorite things about the fall is that I get to celebrate the spooky and creative occasion of Halloween! Every year, I go all out by visiting “haunted” forests, carving big pu…
    - 7 Oct 18, 11:00am -
  • DIY Rustic Industrial Home Décor for Fall

    DIY Rustic Industrial Home Décor for Fall

    Rustic industrial home décor looks amazing all year. But once the air turns crisp in Autumn, I especially like to pair interesting rusty items with dried flowers and mini pumpkins to bring a little bit of fall flair into my home. You can spend a lot…
    - 30 Sep 18, 11:03am -
  • 3 Ways to Bring Fall Color to Your Closet

    3 Ways to Bring Fall Color to Your Closet

    Raise your hand if you are ready to start layering, sipping pumpkin anything, and getting extra cozy for fall! Today, I wanted to share some not-so-average ideas on how you can incorporate beautiful fall colors into your closet. I love finding inspir…
    - 30 Sep 18, 11:02am -
  • Scare (and delight!) Trick-or-Treaters with a Spooky Eyeball Bowl

    Scare (and delight!) Trick-or-Treaters with a Spooky Eyeball Bowl

    Give your Halloween night visitors a thrill by transforming a snack bowl into a scary candy dish!   Age Level:   Teens and adults Items Needed: Large ceramic snack bowl Black spray paint Red puffy paint Fake eyeball decorations (2) Glue gun & glue…
    - 30 Sep 18, 11:01am -
  • Meetup Recap: Kicking off the Fall Season at the Alexandria Goodwill

    Meetup Recap: Kicking off the Fall Season at the Alexandria Goodwill

      To kick off the start of autumn, I headed to the Alexandria Goodwill on Richmond Highway for our monthly September Meetup, I honestly could not think of a better way to kick off my favorite season. The sun was shining and I was more than ready to…
    - 30 Sep 18, 11:00am -
  • Trends to Try: Beaded Baubles

    Trends to Try: Beaded Baubles

    Greetings, fellow fashion lovers! I finally scored one of the hottest accessory trends from Goodwill this weekend and I couldn’t wait to share! Beaded statement earrings are EVERYWHERE this year. From tassels to bold shapes covered in colorful seed…
    - 23 Sep 18, 11:03am -
  • Old Silver Trays Serve Up New Purpose as Chalkboards

    Old Silver Trays Serve Up New Purpose as Chalkboards

    Silver serving trays have become a thing of the past as many of us prefer to entertain less formally these days. However, these classic pieces now have a new role: one-of-a-kind chalkboards! Dust off that old heirloom and give it new life. These whim…
    - 23 Sep 18, 11:01am -
  • What I Wore: Groovy Vibes in Vintage Earrings

    What I Wore: Groovy Vibes in Vintage Earrings

      Last month, I had the great opportunity to reserve a mini photo shoot with one of my favorite photographers, Stefany. During this activity, I was photographed in many looks, all showcasing different Goodwill finds.     The dress in today’s lo…
    - 23 Sep 18, 11:00am -

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