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The TBD Community Network brings together local blogs and websites covering neighborhoods and community life through the Washington metro area. If your favorite local blog (or your own blog) isn't here, please let us know (contact information below).

  • #DMV Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia News

    #DMV Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia News

    They Say: Public notifications and news around the Washington DC Metro Area.

    We Say: Shashi Bellamkonda gives you the news through the photos he snaps around town.

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  • @Ryan John XXI

    @Ryan John XXI

    They Say: A D.C. area based blog covering news and stories important to the region via social media.

    We Say: A little bit of a lot of things, all over the D.C. area.

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  • A Single Girl Doing Single Things

    A Single Girl Doing Single Things

    They Say: As I reflect on all of the changes in my life since August, I realize how much fun it is to be single in this city! And I want to share my fun experiences with other single girls.

    We Say: Not only is Kate single and happy about it; she also wants to share good going-out spots and plans monthly happy hours for D.C.'s singles crowd.

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  • A*Cute

    A*Cute

    They Say: A*cute Consulting, LLC is a style consulting firm, providing affordable image expertise to young, budget-minded professionals.

    We Say: What are you wearing, D.C.? Look A*Cute finds out with images of local sidewalk fashion and the latest trends.

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  • ACTion Alexandria

    ACTion Alexandria

    They Say: ACTion Alexandria is an online community that connects neighbors and organizations to solve local problems related to hunger, homelessness, health, education, and literacy.

    We Say: This exciting project is helping Alexandria residents engage with each other and solve problems in the community.

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  • Adventure Creature, Mt. Pleasant

    Adventure Creature, Mt. Pleasant

    They Say: Adventure Creature Mt. Pleasant is a DC lifestyle blog written from the perspective of a born and raised local re-transplanted back to the District by way of adventures in Tel Aviv, London and Brussels. The blog covers restaurants, music and community events in the greater DC area with a special emphasis on the unexpected.

    We Say: Blogger Eve Copeland enjoys dining, music and the Mount Pleasant neighborhood and shares her joys with you.

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  • All Our Noise

    All Our Noise

    They Say: A curated showcase of the city's music and music-related culture, presented through exclusive video sessions, interviews & live performances.

    We Say: When we asked All Our Noise what type of music it focused on, the writers couldn't give a straight answer. We can't blame them; with a group of writers who hold diverse music collections, it's impossible to pin down a favorite genre. Instead, All Our Noise embraces the many varieties of music you might be listening to right now.

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  • Allergy Life in Loudoun
    Lifestyle

    Allergy Life in Loudoun

    They Say: Allergy Life in Loudoun is a website about a little girl who happens to have multiple life-threatening food allergies and promotes healthy living strategies for children and families in Loudoun County. Through blogging, I wish to bring awareness, educate others and create new fundraising opportunities for clinical research trials.

    We Say: If you or anyone you care about lives with food allergies, Maria Hardy’s blog is a must-read. She not only provides information about living well with allergies, but also takes action to improve lives, such as founding the Loudoun Allergy Network, a parent support group, in 2007.

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  • And Now, Anacostia
    Community

    And Now, Anacostia

    They Say: A source of neighborhood promotion, education, and excitement about the beautiful and historic Anacostia neighborhood.?

    We Say: Led by David Garber, And Now, Anacostia is a fine example of how conscientious residents can cover their own neighborhoods by observing, sharing and discussing on a blog.

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  • Annandale, VA
    Community

    Annandale, VA

    They Say: A local news blog about Annandale, VA, covering redevelopment, businesses, restaurants, schools, parks, transportation, and neighborhoods.

    We Say: Ellie Ashford writes an impressive blog that is a must-read for anyone in Annandale, and we’re excited to work with her.

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  • Arlington Real Estate News
    Community

    Arlington Real Estate News

    They Say: Life and Real Estate in Arlington, VA

    We Say: Laura Rubinchuk, a Realtor in Arlington, gives advice on buying and selling property and tracks the latest real estate trends. She also picks up interesting local news for Arlington residents. A fun, informative blog with a personal touch.

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  • ARLNow
    Community

    ARLNow

    They Say: ARLnow.com is the place for the latest news, views and things to do around Arlington. Original, enterprising, up-to-the-minute local coverage.

    We Say: Scott Brodbeck has built a useful, informative news site that touches on everything from breaking news to transportation to the new local bar.

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  • Around the Mall

    Around the Mall

    They Say: Want the inside look at the new exhibit at your favorite museum? Or the latest Zoo baby news? Check us out for all things Smithsonian.

    We Say: It's hard to think of DC without the Smithsonian Institution. Around the Mall keeps you up to date on the exhibits, events, and announcements from the many Smithsonian museums and locations.

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  • Art 2010

    Art 2010

    They Say: Art 2010 is spending 365 days at the National Gallery, to put art to the ultimate test: can it be a relevant, inspiring and fun part of everyday?

    We Say: Art 2010 is a part of Aleid Ford's Head for Art website, and is a reminder of the various pieces of art available for in-person viewing in D.C.

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  • BananaBlueberry

    BananaBlueberry

    They Say: BananaBlueberry is a "mom blog" specializing in good stuff. It's about life lessons, helpful hints, good ideas, flops, mistakes, triumphs and living in the DC area.

    We Say: Savvy mom Nicole Crowley shares helpful experiences and tips for things to do with children.

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  • Behind The Goal Line

    Behind The Goal Line

    They Say: A Native DC'er, lifelong Capitals fan & Verizon Center regular's thoughts, opinions & observations on all things Caps/NHL, & other DC Sports

    We Say: A fan since '77, Kenneth offers game recaps mixed with analysis along with photos from the stands.

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  • Bet Big DC

    Bet Big DC

    They Say: Bet Big DC is an active sport blog focusing on the DMV (D.C., Maryland, and Virginia). Turn to Bet Big DC for the latest in rumors, opinion articles, trades, fantasy analysis, mock drafts, sport investing tips and more!

    We Say: Shae Cronin finds news nuggets and offers analysis on a wide variety of DC teams and personalities.

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  • Bethesda Foodie

    Bethesda Foodie

    They Say: The Bethesda Foodie is an informative blog designed to keep you up-to-date on latest food markets, restaurants and watering holes in the DC area, as well as great, wholesome recipes you can make at home.

    We Say: Bethesda is a hot spot for diverse food and drinks. If you're looking for some tips on where to dine, check out Andrea Monica's blog. This foodie will steer you in the right dining direction.

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  • Bethesda Green

    Bethesda Green

    They Say: Information and news from Bethesda Green, a non-profit group promoting environmentally sustainable living and business practices.

    We Say: It's not easy being green, but this site will help you change your habits with the environment in mind.

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  • BeyondDC
    Transportation

    BeyondDC

    They Say: Exploring urbanism, transportation and planning in the Washington, DC region since 2001.

    We Say: This future-thinking blog explains the issues and development of urban planning and transportation in the area—in layman’s terms. It’s like getting the inside scoop about how to get around town now, and in five years. No time machine required!

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  • BGO.C.D.

    BGO.C.D.

    They Say: Embracing a burgundy and gold obsession of 40+ years. My off-beat look at the trials, tribulations, and triumphs inherent in the world of a lifelong Redskins fan.

    We Say: A detailed, well-written, big-picture look at the themes and issues important to Skins fans.

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  • Bitches Who Brunch
    Dining

    Bitches Who Brunch

    They Say: Becca and Cori Sue are brunching their way around Washington, D.C.

    We Say: These lovely ladies do more than just brunch. They cook, shop and chat about the DC area food scene. Check them out for hottest food news and latest trends.

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  • Bon Appetit Foodie

    Bon Appetit Foodie

    They Say: All things food: a girl's culinary journey. Check out my restaurant reviews, original recipes and general foodie musings.

    We Say: Life is one dish after another for this foodie. Follow Marissa as she cooks and dines her way around the city.

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  • Borderstan
    Community

    Borderstan

    They Say: Borderstan covers DC’s Dupont, Logan and U Street neighborhoods: news, business, crime, arts & entertainment, food, politics & government.

    We Say: This is a great blog covering some of the hottest neighborhoods of NW. A recent redesign brings a clean and professional appearance, and Matt and Luis work very hard capturing stories and great photos. Plus, they’re super fun to hang out with.

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  • Bourgeon

    Bourgeon

    They Say: Bourgeon is an arts magazine written by artists. Founded in 2005, Bourgeon is a bridge-builder between contemporary artists and audiences.

    We Say: Dive deep into the area's arts scene with this site. Bourgeon goes past the event roundup and instead provides details for events recommended by the art community.

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  • Brooding Burgundy
    Sports

    Brooding Burgundy

    They Say: Straight arrows on a crooked warpath.

    We Say: That means he’s a Redskins fan. This portion of a blog post in June says it all: “I lose sleep over them; I gain weight over them. I cheer…I gasp…I laugh…I cry.” And it comes through in his passionate but reasoned writing.

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  • Brunch and the City
    Dining

    Brunch and the City

    They Say: A blog by a DC native rediscovering her hometown one brunch at a time.

    We Say: Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but brunch is the most fun. Claudia Holwill, of Brunch and the City, dishes out her tasty adventures stuffed with sausage, crepes, and sweet and savory omelettes. So sit back, sip a mimosa and read her tales of brunching in city.

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  • Capital Bop

    Capital Bop

    They Say: The authoritative resource on D.C. jazz has listings, profiles of all clubs, and a blog covering music around town.

    We Say: Capital Bop's comprehensive guide to the jazz scene is a helpful resource for jazz club regulars and new fans alike.

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  • Capital Comment

    Capital Comment

    They Say: Thoughts From A DC Intern Turned DCist. A twenty-something goes beyond traditional tourism to achieve Washingtonian authenticity.

    We Say: Meg is a new DC resident, but she's not afraid to dig into the city's cultural issues. Oh, and she does fun stuff too!

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  • Capital Cooking Show

    Capital Cooking Show

    They Say: Exploring the culinary and cultural riches of our nation's capital.

    We Say: Interested in the latest cooking trends or looking for exciting new dishes to try out? Check out Capital Cooking Show, hosted by Lauren DeSantis, as she takes you on a culinary journey through the city.

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  • Capitals Outsider
    Sports

    Capitals Outsider

    They Say: Capitals Outsider is a blog that covers the offbeat side of the Washington Capitals and their wild and crazy fans.

    We Say: The bloggers here are busy even during the off-season, leading their readers in discussions of the best fighters in Caps history or finding odd Caps-related items for sale. They don’t claim to be insiders, so expect a different take on the team.

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  • Capitol Bites
    Dining

    Capitol Bites

    They Say: A 20-something that is figuring out how to eat well (and often) on a budget.

    We Say: Living and working in Washington, D.C. can definitely be a bit pricey. But dining out doesn't always have a take a toll on your wallet. Elyse Greenberg shares the details of eating out and rubbing (greasy) elbows with high-powered politicians, lobbyists and lawyers on a budget.

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  • Capitol Hill Style

    Capitol Hill Style

    They Say: Bringing style back to Capitol Hill's marble halls one post at a time.

    We Say: The Hill has its own culture, but it doesn't have much of a reputation for being fashionable. “Belle� gives you tips to avoid professional fashion faux pas and recommends wardrobe additions at price points that don't forget about an intern's budget.

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  • Carlyle Community News

    Carlyle Community News

    They Say: A blog about community events and news in and around the Carlyle community of Alexandria.

    We Say: Lee started this site out of a desire to keep fellow residents informed on the happenings in and around the neighborhood and to promote a safe, interesting and fun community.

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  • CarryonCurry

    CarryonCurry

    They Say: Food talk, reviews and chat about restaurants, conversations and recipes in the Washington DC Metro Area , Maryland, Virginia and other places where we travel.

    We Say: Shashi Bellamkonda of Carry on Curry provides insider tips of events and happenings around the Washington, D.C. metro area. His blog offers great information and tasty reviews and advice on restaurants in the city.

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  • Centerfield Gate
    Sports

    Centerfield Gate

    They Say: Center Field Gate is a blog about the Washington Nationals, written by three fans of the Nationals. Our goal is to provide entertaining and informed commentary on the team and its fans. The blog also covers baseball history and personalities.

    We Say: Almost every day, you’ll find concise game recaps, thorough analysis, scenes from the ballpark and even a little bit of pop culture sprinkled in.

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  • City Shop Girl
    Lifestyle

    City Shop Girl

    They Say: CityShopGirl's newsletter and blog reach a targeted audience of thousands of women in DC. We provide the latest of things to do in DC, often with exclusive deals and promotions, from shopping to spas.

    We Say: TBD is partnering with CityShopGirl to bring you exciting fashion and shopping coverage in the DC area, including discounts and events.

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  • citybizlist

    citybizlist

    They Say: Citybizlist is the premier insiders’ resource for local business news and information. It publishes business, commercial real estate and financial news, with a focus on the numbers, the organizations and the people behind every story.

    We Say: This site is all over news about local companies and commercial real estate.

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  • CityStream DC

    CityStream DC

    They Say: CityStream DC is a new community of curious city-dwellers who love learning about the interesting people, places, and happenings that make the city unique.

    We Say: If you've seen the popular Secret DC group on Facebook and wondered who was behind it, the CityStream crew is your answer. Check out this site if you're tired of your old standbys for weekend plans and fun events.

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  • Clarendon Culture

    Clarendon Culture

    They Say: A blog about my explorations through Clarendon: the dynamic D.C. suburb where I live, work, and play.

    We Say: Amy Moore writes about the daily excitement of food, art, people, shopping, and other adventures in her blog, Clarendon Culture.

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  • Cleveland Park 2.0

    Cleveland Park 2.0

    They Say: Cleveland Park 2.0 is a neighborhood blog, covering news and events in Cleveland Park and its vicinity with original writing.

    We Say: Useful and important news for the Cleveland Park neighborhood.

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  • Connect2Mason

    Connect2Mason

    They Say: A student media outlet for convergence and breaking news at George Mason University.

    We Say: The closest coverage you'll find of GMU from the students on campus.

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  • Cooking with Coupons

    Cooking with Coupons

    They Say: Healthy, budget-friendly meals built around what's on sale in local stores, coupons, seasonal ingredients and stretching expensive items.

    We Say: Cooking great meals doesn't have to break your bank. Lettie Goodridge offers helpful tips on how to use coupons and shop for the freshest ingredients while on a budget. Fun cooking videos included!

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  • Dance DC

    Dance DC

    They Say: This blog is a one stop shop for all things dance in DC. Cecile shares her experiences at classes, workshops and performances in the DC Metro area and provides details of weekend dance events.

    We Say: Cecile offers wonderful detail on the local dance community as she highlights big and small events in the area.

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  • Dave Saunders

    Dave Saunders

    They Say: Local business reporting, marketing, personal branding, social media

    We Say: Dave Saunders knows technology and social media. Check out his blog for the details on the latest events happening around town.

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  • DC Action for Children
    Education

    DC Action for Children

    They Say: DC Action for Children works to ensure that all of DC’s youngest citizens have access to quality early care and education from birth.

    We Say: DC Action for Children tries to make sure that kids in DC have a chance to start their lives off right, especially with education and child care. If you care about the kids (and who doesn’t) this blog helps you stand up for them.

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  • DC Arts Beat

    DC Arts Beat

    They Say: An eclectic guide to fine arts events in the greater DC area, focused on contemporary performances and showings in the classical tradition.

    We Say: Self-described arts junkie Paul Moon provides occasional views of local arts performances and exhibitions, with a special focus on affordable events and ticket deals.

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  • DC Dharma

    DC Dharma

    They Say: A DC area yoga blog with musings about yoga and life on and off the mat in and around the nation's capital.

    We Say: Aside Melanie's big-picture thoughts on yoga are thorough listings of local events and workshops.

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  • DC Geeks

    DC Geeks

    They Say: DC Geeks is a network of DC local geeks dedicated to serving the Washington DC geek community. DC Geeks maintains local geek oriented event calendars and provides reviews of local events and resources.

    We Say: An inside look at the goings-on of DC's tightly-knit geek community, with a focus on video games, board games, role playing, and collecting.

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  • DC Goodwill Fashion Blog
    Lifestyle

    DC Goodwill Fashion Blog

    They Say: Goodwill’s fashion blog provides detailed knowledge and insight on vintage and contemporary clothing and accessories that are valuable to fashion shoppers.

    We Say: When the economy dipped, Goodwill gained ground as a community resource and hot spot for frugal shoppers. Gillian, the Goodwill “fashionista,” provides fashion advice as she shows off some of the store’s coolest and wackiest finds.

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  • DC Landing Strip
    Sports

    DC Landing Strip

    They Say: Unfiltered DC Sports commentary by die-hard local fans. Political correctness is not in our vocabularies.

    We Say: Yep, you’ll read a few naughty words here, but you’ll also read well-informed commentary that’s never boring. A good place to catch up on the major sports teams in DC.

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  • DC Like a Local
    Entertainment

    DC Like a Local

    They Say: DC Like a Local gives you highly subjective, totally biased, and possibly useful tips for getting the most out of a visit to DC.

    We Say: Tour guide and history buff Tim Krepp highlights museums, monuments, and events both off the beaten track and also in the thick of the tourist hordes. Check out his ranking of the top 10 museums for kids.

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  • DC Metro People
    Transportation

    DC Metro People

    They Say: Random photos capturing all the fascinating people who ride and depend on DC Metro.

    We Say: This photographer is pioneering “iPhoneography” and snapping shots that make our underground commutes look artsy instead of just unbearable. If you submit a picture, you might get a gold star. Who doesn’t like gold stars?

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  • DC Metrocentric

    DC Metrocentric

    They Say: All things in the world of development in the Washington, DC Metro Area. DCMetrocentric is updated daily and is your source for everything on new buildings, construction, architecture, destruction, planning, real estate, gossip, development, and more in the Nation's Capital!

    We Say: For the low-down on construction and development in your neighborhood, DC Metrocentric has the details—along with plenty of photos and drawings.

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  • DC on Heels

    DC on Heels

    They Say: They Say: DC on HEELS is a local entertainment blog that covers everything in the metro area from fashion to food and entertainment, to the hottest happenings in town.

    We Say: We Say: There's so much to do in D.C., you might as well step out in style! Vanessa and Markette keep you posted and have tons of fun pictures to prove it.

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  • DC Pro Sports Report

    DC Pro Sports Report

    They Say: Covering pro sports from the Capital of the free world.

    We Say: For those who root for all of the DC area teams, this is a one-stop blog for coverage of the Redskins, Wizards, Capitals and Nationals.

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  • DC SCORES

    DC SCORES

    They Say: On this site, you'll find stories from the 25 schools we serve that illustrate the impact of the program on the District's youth. You'll also find informative links to articles about the different issues that our program addresses combined with the opinions of our knowledgeable staff.

    We Say: This group helps local students learn and grow through soccer, creative writing and community service -- and shares news about those issues on this blog.

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  • DC Setlist

    DC Setlist

    They Say: We exist to discover and discuss all things music in D.C. and around the world. So get in the mix, join the conversation & help us build a community around the D.C. music scene and beyond.

    We Say: This site takes you behind the music scene with Q&A profiles of band members, venue owners and other key players.

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  • DC Style is Real

    DC Style is Real

    They Say: It's not New York or San Francisco, but DC has style. If it's weird or wonderful, strange or splendiferous, I will write it to a fare-thee-well. Please enjoy.

    We Say: Get the latest scoop on style and culture in the District with Haley Fults and her blog, DC Style is Real.

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  • DC Urban Moms and Dads

    DC Urban Moms and Dads

    They Say: DC Urban Moms and Dads, the premier parenting network in the DC metro region, provides an active mailing list and website discussion forums.

    We Say: DCUM provides a great setting for sharing, discussing and learning almost anything about parenting in the DC area.

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  • DC Wrapped Dates

    DC Wrapped Dates

    They Say: They Say: A recipe book for food dates in the District.

    We Say: We Say: Got a date and don't know where to dine? Kim and CC, the duo behind DC Wrapped Dates, gives you the dish on all the hot spots in the DC metro area.

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  • Deacon Does DC

    Deacon Does DC

    They Say: Musings on fashion, food, travel and fun in the District and beyond by Deacon, a curious puppy, and his owner, writer McLean Robbins.

    We Say: Deacon is your stylish dog in the District. Check out his adventures involving food, fashion and fun with his owner, McLean, as they take on the city.

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  • Diet Simple

    Diet Simple

    They Say: Katherine Tallmadge, M.A., R.D., American Dietetic Association Spokesperson, and author of “Diet Simple,” is passionate about helping people transform their health and their lives, by translating the science of nutrition to practical every day news they can use. Katherine has a proven track record of helping hundreds of thousands of people shed extra weight while they get their health and their stress levels back under control… and without complicated or depressing diets.

    We Say: If you're looking for health advice and smart, everyday diet tips, then Diet Simple is a blog you should read. Katherine offers the latest health news and suggestions on how to live a happier, healthier life.

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  • Dining in DC
    Dining

    Dining in DC

    They Say: Dining in DC is a blog about the latest in the DC area restaurant scene, including restaurant reviews, news, events, and chef interviews.

    We Say: Lisa Shapiro offers the latest and greatest in DC’s exciting dining scene. Whether you’re in search of a new restaurant or craving the hottest restaurant gossip, Dining in DC will never leave you hungry.

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  • District Curmudgeon
    Community

    District Curmudgeon

    They Say: A pair of well-practiced complainers offer constructive criticism regarding all things DC. Based out of Ward 5's Trinidad neighborhood.

    We Say: Geoffrey Hatchard and Jaime Fearer are a blogging duo that cares about the neighborhood. But they also have a penchant for maps that will keep you checking back for the latest cartographical view.

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  • District Cycling
    Sports

    District Cycling

    They Say: All things cycling. The writing is personal, opinionated and true. A connection to the local cycling scene, this blog embodies what I love: cycling. With a Podcast, we cover pro cycling, cycling events, cycling news coupled with self-deprecating humor based around cycling. Did I mention we’re a cycling blog?

    We Say: They cover the big pro events that come through DC like the upcoming Capital Criterium, as well as local events like Bike to Work Day. They kinda like cycling.

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  • DMV Dining

    DMV Dining

    They Say: A couple of foodies discovering new restaurants, revisiting old favorites, and digging up the latest food-related news in the DMV.

    We Say: Two passionate foodies eating their way around the DMV.

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  • East City Art

    East City Art

    They Say: Framing the visual art scene in Eastern D.C. -- River East, Brookland, Capitol Hill, H St. NE and just outside the diamond (Brentwood, Hyattsville & Mount Rainier, MD).

    We Say: There is a busy local art scene in this area of eastern DC, and East City Art will keep you on top of it.

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  • Eastern Market Metro Community Association

    Eastern Market Metro Community Association

    They Say: The Eastern Market Metro Community Association is the neighborhood organization for residents in the immediate Eastern Market area. Our blog delivers news of interest to that community and the greater Capitol Hill area.

    We Say: The EMMCA blog delivers interesting, important community news reporting for this neighborhood and all of D.C.

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  • EasyGREENtv.com

    EasyGREENtv.com

    They Say: EasyGREENtv.com is your one-stop click for all things ECO! From cooking to crafting, green geek Scott Meeks demonstrates easy, fun and realistic ways to live crunchy.

    We Say: Don't be intimidated by Scott's outgoing greenness. His tips and tricks are attainable for even the most tentative of environmentalists.

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  • Eating Around DC

    Eating Around DC

    They Say: Eating Around DC, the musings of a DC area foodie, provides unbiased reviews and candid commentary on where to eat in DC and beyond. I am a DC consultant by day and an avid foodie with a voracious appetite by night (and let’s be honest, sometimes by day too). My husband, B and I like nothing more than enjoying eating and drinking experiences, whether it be a fantastic happy hour, a fabulous tasting menu, or creating a new dish ourselves from farmer's market fare. In short, we love to eat and drink here in DC and on our travels far and wide. Eating Around DC chronicles this food journey.

    We Say: Kathy Hebert's blog, Eating Around DC, is a great read for those looking for local restaurant reviews, recipes, or thoughts on the District's food scene.

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  • EatMore DrinkMore
    Dining

    EatMore DrinkMore

    They Say: A team food blog serving the Greater Washington D.C. area, with restaurant reviews, news, recipes and general awesomeness

    We Say: What’s better than eating and drinking? MORE eating and drinking! That’s what Chad Clay and his team at EatMore DrinkMore are hoping to help you do. They’ve got the latest scoop on restaurants, bars and all things related to food and drinks in the DC metropolitan area.

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  • Eatniks

    Eatniks

    They Say: We are obsessed with food -- good food. We love cooking it, eating it, growing it, talking about it, looking at it… you name it. We'll eat it. That's what eatniks is about: food.

    We Say: Whether you're looking for new recipes or looking for a place to get some fresh tomatoes, Michelle and Ona of Eatniks will give you the latest dish in their blog.

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  • Every Food Fits
    Dining

    Every Food Fits

    They Say: Every Food Fits provides easy recipes, health info & introduces you to D.C. chefs who discuss the role nutrition plays in their kitchens.

    We Say: Living a healthier and more delicious lifestyle has never been easier. Stacey Viera offers tasty health tips, simple recipes and a glimpse into lives of local chefs. Registered Dietitian Samantha Lewandowski is also on hand for nutritional facts and figures.

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  • Fabulous Food Finds
    Dining

    Fabulous Food Finds

    They Say: Fabulous Food Finds presents 3 times a week a wonderful and useful food product or kitchen tool to make your life tastier and easier.

    We Say: Tired of the same old recipes with the same old ingredients? Nutritionist and culinary instructor Robyn Webb highlights exciting new dishes, fun tools, and helpful cooking tips.

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  • Fashion Fix DC

    Fashion Fix DC

    They Say: Bringing you fashion with a philanthropic twist, this blog is for the socially-conscious fashionista with a heart.

    We Say: From deals to designer spotlight profiles, the ladies of Fashion Fix DC keep you informed.

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  • Fifty First (J)Dates

    Fifty First (J)Dates

    They Say: Meredith Fineman is a born-and-raised Washingtonian. When she's not writing about humorous dating anecdotes and 20-something life observations, she's probably bbming or picking out her jeggings for the week. Email her questions and stories at fiftyfirstjdates@gmail.com.

    We Say: Meredith is nothing if not fun. When it comes to stories about good and bad dates, and other assorted observations, she has you covered at Fifty First (J)Dates.

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  • Florida Girl in DC
    Dining

    Florida Girl in DC

    They Say: Florida native turned beltway babe. wannabe surfer-slash-artist. political junkie. social media addict. locavore. haunt farmers markets, restaurant bars & boutiques. heart pirates, in theory.

    We Say: Ride the gastronomic wave with Florida native Tammy Gordon as she shares her culinary and dining adventures on her blog. She’ll take you on trips to the farmers market, exotic cooking classes with local chefs and into her kitchen as she tests out exciting new recipes.

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  • FoBoBlo

    FoBoBlo

    They Say: Ever thought to yourself, where’s the fun, sexy, and cool internet real estate slavishly devoted to Foggy Bottom? Well, it’s right here.

    We Say: They keep a close eye on GWU campus happenings, but also on off-campus news, dining, and entertainment.

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  • Food Confidence

    Food Confidence

    They Say: Registered Dietitian inspiring food confidence in busy DC area professionals and families via helpful nutrition tips, mindful eating strategies, and healthy recipes.

    We Say: Recipes, grocery tips and more for healthy eating in the DC area.

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  • Food Truck Fiesta

    Food Truck Fiesta

    They Say: A real-time automated DC food truck tracker + commentary!

    We Say: Keep track of all your food truck news and where your trucks are with Food Truck Fiesta's Food Truck Tracker.

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  • Foodie Tots
    Dining

    Foodie Tots

    They Say: FoodieTots shares local and sustainable food with a family-friendly focus, featuring DC-area farms, farmers markets & restaurants.

    We Say: The quest to get your family to eat healthier just got a little bit easier. Colleen Levine shares her fresh recipes and adventures at the farmers market in her blog, Foodies Tots.

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  • FrenchTwistDC

    FrenchTwistDC

    They Say: Many call Washington "Paris-on-the-Potomac". From art, festivals, food & other slices of district life, FrenchTwistDC shows you why!

    We Say: Can Washington be as glamourous as Paris? Follow FrenchTwistDC to see, as native Parisian Laetitia Brock writes about her adventures in the District.

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  • Frozen Fix
    Dining

    Frozen Fix

    They Say: Homemade ice cream, sorbet and frozen yogurt recipes for the culinary adventurist.

    We Say: Whether you’re in need of a creamy treat, or in search of something icy to cool off in the Washington heat, Jessica Sidman offers refreshing recipes that’ll bring a little sweetness to your day.

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  • Frozen Tropics

    Frozen Tropics

    They Say: A look at what's going on in the Trinidad neighborhood, on H Street, and in the larger area north of Capitol Hill.

    We Say: Elise Bernard knows the heck out of this community and has been blogging it for almost six years. We're very excited to feature her work for TBD users in the area.

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  • Gateway to Loudoun County
    Community

    Gateway to Loudoun County

    They Say: Gateway to Loudoun is a business-flavored, family-centric blog featuring people, organizations and events of interest in the Dulles region of Northern Virginia, i.e. Western Fairfax, Western Prince William and Eastern Loudoun Counties. Not LoCo, but SoLoCo.

    We Say: Ted McLaughlan has a little bit of everything for people in this corner of Northern Virginia, from updates on the local business scene to events and other news.

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  • Girl Meets Food
    Dining

    Girl Meets Food

    They Say: Dining out for the adventurous omnivore.

    We Say: There’s no doubt that food can be a cultural adventure. Mary Kong shows us the culinary ropes in her blog, Girl Meets Food. Experience the thrill with her as she eats her way through diverse neighborhoods in the Washington, DC area.

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  • Glittarazzi

    Glittarazzi

    They Say: From the red carpet to Capitol Hill, Glittarazzi keeps you up-to-date on what's cool, what's hot (and what's not) in our Nation's Capital.

    We Say: Good eats, good gossip, and yes, even a little bit of politics—Glittarazzi has it all.

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  • GoodWorks

    GoodWorks

    They Say: Official blog of the Catalogue for Philanthropy, GoodWorks offers resources for and insight into the DC-area nonprofit/philanthropic community: news, interviews, opinions, local events.

    We Say: If you're looking for service opportunities or worthy causes—or just want to learn more about what local nonprofits are up to—check out this site.

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  • Gradually Greener
    Lifestyle

    Gradually Greener

    They Say: Gradually Greener is a lifestyle blog covering gardening, sustainability, cooking with fresh food, and eating on the cheap in DC.

    We Say: Are you curious about urban and community gardening, but are afraid to get started? Amelia demonstrates that DC is full of green thumbs and urban harvests are plentiful. Check out what she’s growing—and eating!

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  • Greater Greater Washington
    Transportation

    Greater Greater Washington

    They Say: The Washington, DC area is great. But it could be greater. Transportation, development, public spaces and more in DC, Maryland, and Virginia

    We Say: The GGW team, led by David Alpert, provides a healthy dose of constructive criticism as it examines ways to improve the area’s travel paths. Transportation is tied to development in order to paint a clear picture of the region’s issues and the ways in which they can be improved.

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  • Grilling with Rich

    Grilling with Rich

    They Say: Grilling with Rich is the leading source on the Internet about all things grilling and barbecue. Grilling with Rich follows the adventures of a regular guy named Rich and his quest to learn everything about the grilling and barbecue world.

    We Say: Terrific resource for grilling tips, recipes, and industry news and events.

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  • Gut Check

    Gut Check

    They Say: A metasmorgasbord of the latest dining/drinking/gastro news from all around NoVA

    We Say: Your guide for all things food in Northern Virginia.

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  • GW Today in Pictures

    GW Today in Pictures

    They Say: A photo blog (modeled on a Boston Globe site) by GW's photography staff on all things Washington, often with a connection to the university.

    We Say: Beautiful photography presented in a big way, letting the images shine like they're supposed to on the Web.

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  • Happenings, advice and technology thoughts

    Happenings, advice and technology thoughts

    They Say: Social Media, Technology, Communications, Service and Conversations with Shashi Bellamkonda Social Media Swami (Director - Social Media) at Network Solutions and speaker on how business can use Social media to connect with customers.

    We Say: Shashi Bellamkonda offers the latest scoop on all things social media and technology.

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  • Historian for Hire

    Historian for Hire

    They Say: Making the past relevant and profitable through oral history, research, and historic preservation consulting in Washington and beyond.

    We Say: David Rotenstein is a historian, but he is also a Silver Spring resident who focuses on the present: events and news in his ever-evolving community.

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  • Homicide Watch D.C.

    Homicide Watch D.C.

    They Say: Homicide Watch D.C. is a community-oriented news site that aims to provide clear information about homicide cases and the tools necessary to record, report and share our experiences and losses within the District of Columbia. As part of the D.C. community, we record every death, remember every victim, and follow every case.

    We Say: Homicide Watch delivers an impressive level of quality reporting and dedication to covering the cases and revealing the human stories of the victims.

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  • Hungry with Children
    Dining

    Hungry with Children

    They Say: Snarky wife and mommy. Attorney. Bureaucrat. Gourmand. Cook. Spartan Fanatic. Pilates enthusiast. Michigan transplant in DC. Severe Type A. Hungry for all that life’s box of chocolates has to offer, but hoping to focus a bit.

    We Say: Formerly Deep Throat's Guide to Washington. We're glad Kelly has decided to blog as herself, sharing her DC dining and parenting adventures.

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  • Hyattsville Now

    Hyattsville Now

    They Say: A community opinion blog that covers emerging issues in education, politics, redevelopment, and lifestyle in Hyattsville, MD and Prince George's County.

    We Say: Candace Hollingsworth calls Hyattsville "D.C.'s best-kept secret." Find out why by reading her frank, conversational posts.

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  • I Spy Things DC
    Community

    I Spy Things DC

    They Say: A daily dose of fashion, events, snacks and life from our Nation’s Capital

    We Say: Like that tricky “potpourri” category that shows up in Jeopardy every now and then, the DC Spy is all over the place. But features like free event listings and a map of reviewed spots make the blog a good one to bookmark for when you can’t decide what to do on your day off.

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  • Ideas and Advice

    Ideas and Advice

    They Say: Weekly posts about effective leadership and career advancement. Guest leaders address what great leadership looks like to them.

    We Say: John Keyser shares his experiences working in the area as a business and leadership coach, and welcomes others to share their expertise alongside him.

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  • iMetro

    iMetro

    They Say: Comedy-based blog highlighting the daily commuting experiences of "MetroMan", the self-acclaimed "Most Average WMATA Commuter".

    We Say: Sometimes you just have to laugh at Metro--or you might lose it. MetroMan highlights the humorous moments but also keeps your mind on WMATA issues.

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  • In DC Fashion

    In DC Fashion

    They Say: While I have great respect for the artists who are fashion designers, to me fashion is my escape from the serious world of D.C. politics. My blog is dedicated to showing there is more to this place than stuffy black suits and politicking.

    We Say: D.C. isn't the easiest city for which to choose a wardrobe. With weather conditions ranging from swampy summer heat to snowpocalypse, it can get a little overwhelming. Find out how one local keeps her look together for work and play in the District.

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  • Inspirest

    Inspirest

    They Say: We inspire entrepreneurs through interviews and business growth resources.

    We Say: This site takes you behind the scenes with the region's entrepreneurs to uncover lessons for other aspiring business leaders.

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  • InTowner

    InTowner

    They Say: News, features and information about Adams Morgan, Mt. Pleasant, Columbia Heights, Dupont, Scott, Thomas & Logan Circles, U St., Shaw and Mt. Vernon Square.

    We Say: This monthly newspaper no longer arrives on your doorstep, but the InTowner still covers news and notes of interest to those in the city's central neighborhoods.

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  • It Is What It Is: Another Redskins Blog
    Sports

    It Is What It Is: Another Redskins Blog

    They Say: A Blog About the Washington Redskins, football, sports and other pop culture.

    We Say: A passionate Skins fan, Al goes deep into every roster move, draft pick and Albert Haynesworth tidbit. He’s the kind of fan who struggles to make it through that long offseason, but manages to blog through it anyway.

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  • Just up the Pike

    Just up the Pike

    They Say: Just Up The Pike is a blog about eastern Montgomery County (from Silver Spring to Burtonsville and everything in between) and the places and people that make it great.

    We Say: Just because Dan Reed moved to attend graduate school doesn't mean he's not still on top of all the latest news down here. His commentary appears irregularly, but is always thoughtful.

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  • Kabobs & Apple Pie

    Kabobs & Apple Pie

    They Say: Zahra is an Iranian-American girl, born and raised in metro D.C., and married to an all-American Midwestern boy. She blogs about life at the intersection of Middle East meets Midwest.

    We Say: Kabobs & Apple Pie follows the adventures of life at the intersection of Middle Eastern and American cultures.

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  • Kidburst

    Kidburst

    They Say: The place for parents to find the best kids' activities in suburban DC.

    We Say: Parents, if you're looking for events and activities in Maryland or Virginia, Kidburst has you covered.

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  • KidFriendly DC

    KidFriendly DC

    They Say: KidFriendly DC is a resource for parents who take advantage of all the city's great offerings for children. From the tried and true to the new and cool, find out where to go and what to do with the kiddos in the nation's capital.

    We Say: Linda Samuel provides a plethora of ideas for fun events and activities that kids will love. Don't be surprised if the adults in your group love them too! From museums to sporting events, Kid Friendly DC is your home for family fun.

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  • Ladies Who Brunch
    Dining

    Ladies Who Brunch

    They Say: Who needs lunch when you can brunch? We're out to prove that brunch is the best meal of the day--and invite you to join as we explore DC and our kitchens.

    We Say: These ladies don’t lunch… they brunch! And they’ll tell you where to find the best pancakes, omelets and Bloody Marys.

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  • Life in the Village
    Community

    Life in the Village

    They Say: A diary of a 30-something living in the Fairfax Village section of Hillcrest.

    We Say: Veronica Davis brings her expertise as a urban planner/civil engineer to this blog about development and community events in Hillcrest or Fairfax Village, Southeast DC. Veronica is very in touch with the community’s vibe and watches out for its image and well-being.

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  • Life on the Edgewood

    Life on the Edgewood

    They Say: A blog all about what is going on in and around the Edgewood neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

    We Say: A great source of information for Edgewood residents.

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  • Lincolnia Hills & Heywood Glen

    Lincolnia Hills & Heywood Glen

    They Say: This blog is part news, part fun, and, we hope, a way for the residents of Lincolnia Hills and Heywood Glen to learn more about their community — people, places, and events. We are interested in covering a wide variety of topics.

    We Say: A great neighborhood news source by concerned citizens.

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  • Live in Red
    Sports

    Live in Red

    They Say: A Washington Capitals Blog focusing on the non-traditional aspects of the Washington Capitals and their AHL affiliate, the Hershey Bears.

    We Say: Alex Ball was a track and field athlete during college, but he’s been a Caps fan since he got a Peter Bondra jersey for Christmas in 1998. Live in Red only launched during this season’s playoffs, but there are plenty of posts to keep you informed.

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  • LoCo Market Stats
    Community

    LoCo Market Stats

    They Say: Info and Stats on the Loudoun County Real Estate Market

    We Say: If you’re buying, selling or living in a Loudoun County property, this is the place for hard data on local home sales and prices. Realtor Heather Elias posts charts and explanations that take you inside the latest real estate trends.

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  • LoCo Musings
    Community

    LoCo Musings

    They Say: All about life and real estate in Loudoun County, Virginia

    We Say: Heather Elias, a web-savvy Realtor and resident in Loudoun County, shares news about what’s happening in the area, in addition to real estate trends. Heather has received several awards for her innovative use of blogging in real estate.

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  • Lunching in the DMV

    Lunching in the DMV

    They Say: A restaurant review blog to help those living in the DC Metro area find good places to eat.

    We Say: Marie, of Lunching in the DMV, shares her tips and experiences dining around the DC metro area.

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  • Mango and Tomato
    Dining

    Mango and Tomato

    They Say: Love to cook, dance salsa, travel and photography.

    We Say: Don’t be fooled. Mango & Tomato offers readers more than just insightful news about mangos and tomatoes. Olga Berman shares her culinary adventures and simple, yet exciting recipes with the world. And if you happen to be a mango or tomato lover, then even better!

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  • MarylandReporter.com
    Government

    MarylandReporter.com

    They Say: MarylandReporter.com is the news site for Maryland government and politics, with original reporting and a full roundup from other sites.

    We Say: Len Lazarick and his staff provide a blend of news, blog and resources for the Maryland crowd, including a daily roundup of news highlights concerning state government.

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  • Metro Etiquette
    Transportation

    Metro Etiquette

    They Say: The insider's guide to riding the DC Metro with tips, tricks, and stories of how to ride metro without upsetting "the locals."

    We Say: Where’s the best place to wheel your luggage when you get on Metro? Is it appropriate to read over someone’s shoulder during your commute? Christine Brazill answers these questions and more in this blog designed with both tourists and seasoned Metro cynics in mind.

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  • Metro-Venture

    Metro-Venture

    They Say: Why is Metro the public transit system everybody loves to hate? Let's visit every train station and ride every bus line to find out.

    We Say: We talk about the Metro like it's one big thing, but Emily Hall shows that every station and every bus line is different. Join her in reviewing and discussing the good, bad and ugly of each piece of the Metro system.

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  • metrocurean
    Dining

    metrocurean

    They Say: Metropolitan style meets epicurean living on Metrocurean, the go-to resource for food and restaurant news, tips and trends in the DC area.

    We Say: Metrocurean is a must-read for all DC area foodies and those looking for a little insider restaurant news. Food writer Amanda McClements offers valuable tips and interesting Q and As with local chefs, restaurateurs and those connected to the food world, through her weekly blog feature, “Five Bites.”

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  • MoCo Scene

    MoCo Scene

    They Say: We cover events, people, style and great places to eat, play and shop in MoCo and beyond. We also love to share our weekend getaways.

    We Say: Fashion, food and drink, and cultural events—all in Montgomery County.

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  • Modern Domestic

    Modern Domestic

    They Say: ModernDomestic chronicles an obsession with baking, pastry, dessert, and living the sweet life in our nation’s Capital.

    We Say: Baking a pie, pastry or cake, and in need of a little guidance? Modern Domestic's Jenna Huntsberger offers an abundance of sweet goodness in the form of recipes, baking tips, and sugary thoughts.

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  • Montgomery County Fire & Rescue

    Montgomery County Fire & Rescue

    They Say: Provides safety tips, news, and other interesting items from Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service.

    We Say: Ever wonder what your local firefighters and rescue workers are up to? MoCo Fire & Rescue fills you in on local safety events, recalls, and tips.

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  • Mopwater PR + Media Notes

    Mopwater PR + Media Notes

    They Say: Mopwater PR + Media Notes is a resource for journalists, marketing and PR professionals, and media consumers. Mopwater is written for entrepreneurs and artists, as well as marketing and PR professionals. The general reader will find media and marketing/PR job listings, insight on the media and social media landscape, as well as interviews with up-and-coming marketing professionals, journalists and entrepreneurs.

    We Say: A useful resource for the large and busy Washington marketing and public relations crowd.

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  • Musings of a Hockey Mom

    Musings of a Hockey Mom

    They Say: Quirky commentary on the Washington Capitals and D.C. youth hockey from a mom of teenage twin hockey players.

    We Say: Leslie Silvey covers everything hockey-related in the area: On and off the ice, for the young and for the pro.

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  • Nationals Daily News
    Sports

    Nationals Daily News

    They Say: Nationals Daily News has covered the Nats since ‘05, featuring news links, nine blogs, and original multimedia reporting from the ballpark.

    We Say: Officially credentialed by the Nationals, they offer exhaustive game reports and photos aside professional-quality commentary. The variety of bloggers here make sure every base is covered, and every viewpoint heard.

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  • Nationals Fanboy Looser
    Sports

    Nationals Fanboy Looser

    They Say: Rants, raves, musings and occassional coherent thoughts from a guy who is way too obsessed with the Washington Nationals.

    We Say: A former newspaperman and senior editor at AOL FanHouse, Mike Harris got his wish for a baseball team in DC. He combines the storytelling skill of a seasoned journalist with the passion of a bleacher bum.

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  • Nationals Fangirl
    Sports

    Nationals Fangirl

    They Say: Various thoughts on Washington Nationals baseball and the fan experience, from the perspective of a season-ticket holder who loves most of her Nationals unconditionally. Some photographs too.

    We Say: Jenn can often be spotted at the ballpark, and her blog focuses on the fan experience.

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  • Nationals Prospects

    Nationals Prospects

    They Say: NationalsProspects.com provides news and notes on the Nationals minors from the perspective of the fan, sportswriter, and amateur scout, with an emphasis on the Potomac Nationals as the most local (and attended) affiliate.

    We Say: Daily roundups and highlights from the Nationals' affiliates, it's a great way to introduce yourself to future Nationals.

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  • Nats320

    Nats320

    They Say: Nats320 provides full coverage of The Washington Nationals both on and off the field. A team-credentialed husband and wife blog team that proves on a daily basis: Baseball can always be fun whether The Nats win or lose that particular day.

    We Say: The passion shines through in this duo of diehard fans and season ticket holders.

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  • New Columbia Heights
    Community

    New Columbia Heights

    They Say: A blog covering everything in DC's booming Columbia Heights neighborhood: food, nightlife, arts, history, music, events, and all the rest.

    We Say: A must-read for any resident of Columbia Heights. Andrew Wiseman is all over the latest local news and community issues.

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  • NoVa Parents
    Lifestyle

    NoVa Parents

    They Say: After my little girl was born in December 2009, I scoured the Internet for a one-stop site with information about local classes and events for babies and their parents to no avail. So, I decided to start my own. My hope is that this Web site will save parents some time -- and what parent couldn't use a little more of that?

    We Say: In a word: Useful. Stephanie Kanowitz shares a stream of things to do with the kids and ways to save money on activities and purchases.

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  • Off the Beaten Path DC
    Community

    Off the Beaten Path DC

    They Say: A blog about the world of history, natural beauty and noteworthy sites, towns and destinations in and around the DC metro area that provide an alternative to all the “must see sites” in Washington.

    We Say: Looking for a weekend getaway? Or how about a day trip to someplace exotic? Fortunately, there’s no need to travel too far… Chris Blanchard offers great local travel suggestions right outside the Beltway. Pack a snack, and let’s go!

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  • Old Dominion Watchdog
    Government

    Old Dominion Watchdog

    They Say: Old Dominion Watchdog is dedicated to excellent investigative reporting that promotes responsible state and local government. The goal of Old Dominion Watchdog is to uncover the actions of government officials and agencies, offering carefully researched data, context and analysis.

    We Say: The Watchdog dishes up relevant state news for our nearest Commonwealth (Virginia, of course). It doesn’t hurt that the mascot is cute, too.

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  • On Frozen Blog
    Sports

    On Frozen Blog

    They Say: On Frozen Blog is focused on the NHL’s Washington Capitals, their prospects, and hockey in general; a haven for the hockey malnourished.

    We Say: With its professional quality writing, it's one of the most widely respected Caps blogs on the web. You can count Capitals owner Ted Leonsis as among its fans.

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  • On The Run In DC

    On The Run In DC

    They Say: On The Run In DC is a mobile photography (all photos taken and edited on the iPhone 4!) blog capturing the many sides and diverse population of the nation's capital.

    We Say: These artistic roaming photos from around the District will capture your imagination.

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  • One Bite At A Time

    One Bite At A Time

    They Say: One Bite At A Time chronicles the baking, cooking and eating adventures of a 20-something Arizona transplant living in DC.

    We Say: Life is an adventure, and Alejandra Owens is taking one bite of it at a time. Follow along on her blog as she cooks and eats her way around the city.

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  • Organize to Revitalize

    Organize to Revitalize

    They Say: Your portal for organizing news and lifehacks.

    We Say: Feeling overwhelmed? Deb Lee is a professional organizer who provides advice for getting things back in order.

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  • Otaku Journalist

    Otaku Journalist

    They Say: Our name comes from the Japanese word for "fan," and enjoying fandom is what we do. Let Otaku Journalist be your guide to DC's geekier side.

    We Say: Lauren speaks for the nerds of DC, and her monthly Geek Guide directs you to the best and dorkiest events in the region.

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  • Our Fairfax

    Our Fairfax

    They Say: News and wisdom on real estate and community issues in Fairfax County.

    We Say: An excellent local news source for people who live or work in Fairfax County.

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  • Park View, D.C.

    Park View, D.C.

    They Say: Park View, D.C., is devoted to keeping neighbors informed about news, current events, and development relevant to the community. It also shares items of historical and cultural interest related to Park View.

    We Say: Kent Boese provides the latest news and updates for D.C.'s Park View neighborhood.

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  • Penn Quarter Insider

    Penn Quarter Insider

    They Say: All that is happening inside the Penn Quarter neighborhood.

    We Say: If you live or work in Penn Quarter, this site matters to you.

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  • Penn Quarter Living

    Penn Quarter Living

    They Say: A site focused on living, working, and playing in downtown Washington, D.C., between the Capitol and the White House from Constitution Ave. NW to Massachusetts Ave. NW.

    We Say: An excellent source of news on business development, crime and also the lighter side of news in the Penn Quarter neighborhood.

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  • People's District

    People's District

    They Say: People's District tells a people's history of Washington, D.C., in the words and images of its residents. From politicians to people on the street, People's District shares the diverse experiences of those who choose to make Washington home.

    We Say: Danny Harris has a gift and a passion for telling extraordinary stories about ordinary people.

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  • Pike Wire

    Pike Wire

    They Say: News and features from the Columbia Pike Town Center, and surrounding neighborhoods along Arlington’s “Main Street.”

    We Say: Community news and features around Columbia Pike.

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  • Pink Line Project

    Pink Line Project

    They Say: A calendar and blog of all things cool and arty in DC for the culturally curious.

    We Say: Our area is far from short on events for the artistically-minded, but Philippa Hughes hand-picks a calendar of the best bets, both underground and above.

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  • Plight of the Pumpernickel

    Plight of the Pumpernickel

    They Say: An aspiring food writer fearlessly explores edible D.C. and lives to blog the tale.

    We Say: Plight of the Pumpernickel chronicles food blogger Rachel Tepper's gastronomic adventures around the District.

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  • Plum Pie
    Dining

    Plum Pie

    They Say: Plum Pie blogs about home cooked recipes and fresh market finds from a tiny kitchen in Washington, DC. Why? Because life is too short for mediocre food.

    We Say: Looking for the scoop on fresh items at the farmers market? Or an awesome recipe on banana pancakes or kumquat mojitos? Look no further. Brooke Moskovitz of Plum Pie offers the latest culinary finds in the nation’s capital.

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  • Potomac Local

    Potomac Local

    They Say: Breaking news, community and lifestyle information updated daily for the Potomac communities in south Fairfax, Woodbridge and Stafford

    We Say: This news site launched in June 2010 but has already established itself as a reliable source for Virginia's Potomac communities.

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  • Prince Georgian

    Prince Georgian

    They Say: Observations about the environment, politics, land development, history and philosophies about eco-justice in suburban Maryland

    We Say: Want to know what people are thinking in Prince George's County? Start with John Peter Thompson. He won't hold back his true feelings.

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  • Pundit Mom
    Politics

    Pundit Mom

    They Say: A site about the intersection of motherhood & politics & home of politically progressive op-ed commentary by Joanne Bamberger

    We Say: This isn’t your usual mommy blog. Joanne Bamberger takes on progressive political issues that affect local families.

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  • Quarter Life
    Lifestyle

    Quarter Life

    They Say: The Beltway's best vintage and thrift

    We Say: TBD community engagement staffer Lisa Rowan offers reviews of vintage, consignment, and thrift stores in the area, in addition to tips and tricks to choose and care for vintage items.

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  • Ravings of a Rink Rebel

    Ravings of a Rink Rebel

    They Say: Providing insight on the Washington Capitals from a fan's perspective. RoaRR focuses on prospects as well as games and Caps community events.

    We Say: Her look at both current and upcoming Washington Capitals are both smart and detailed.

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  • ReadysetDC
    Entertainment

    ReadysetDC

    They Say: A community-driven website dedicated to spotlighting and starting creativity in our nation’s capital.

    We Say: The ReadysetDC team encourages appreciation of the art in our area, ranging from fashion to break dance (and everything in between). An events calendar clues you in to creative events you may not have heard about.

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  • Reel Film News

    Reel Film News

    They Say: Reel Film News is a site devoted to bringing you the latest entertainment news and other news pertaining to the D.C. metro and national interest.

    We Say: Entertain yourself with coverage of movies and other entertainment.

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  • Riggo's Rag

    Riggo's Rag

    They Say: Riggo's Rag is an in-depth, non-biased blog about Washington, D.C.'s favorite team: the Washington Redskins.

    We Say: It's pretty hard to get too much news on the Redskins, and we know Riggo's Rag will be all over it. Here you'll find a combination of original reporting, analysis and aggregation.

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  • Rockville Central

    Rockville Central

    They Say: News and views on Rockville, MD

    We Say: Brad Rourke and Cindy Cotte Griffiths keep Rockville from getting lost among the other news in the region by highlighting news stories alongside opinion pieces and guest commentary.

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  • RUNIN DC

    RUNIN DC

    They Say: RUNIN DC is not just about the art of running. It is about the art of living. 

    We Say: RUNIN stands for "Reflecting, understanding, negotiating, innovating, navigating." You'll need that for the pop quiz. This site will keep you posted running news as well as community events throughout D.C.

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  • S.W.A.G.

    S.W.A.G.

    They Say: A daily blog on the latest-breaking fashion news, sales and shopping trends that define Northern Virginia style

    We Say: Hot fashion trends and how to get 'em! That's what S.W.A.G. is all about.

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  • Scofflaw's Den
    Dining

    Scofflaw's Den

    They Say: An online speakeasy of potent potables and other pabulum to promote good spirits, good cocktails, good cigars and good people.

    We Say: Sit back and have a drink or two with SeanMike and Marshall, as they take you into their exciting world of cocktails, cigars and bar adventures.

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  • ScreenDC

    ScreenDC

    They Say: Your guide to what's playing in Washington DC, Screen DC is the area's source for film news, events and reviews.

    We Say: Though ScreenDC touches on the national films, the local focus makes this a must-read for those who want to find showings in the area.

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  • Shell Games

    Shell Games

    They Say: Just two rabid Terps fans, speaking their piece.

    We Say: Well-written, detailed analysis of Maryland sports, with a focus on football and hoops.

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  • ShowBizRadio

    ShowBizRadio

    They Say: We cover live theater of all sizes in the DC region, with news, reviews, interviews, audition announcements and performance schedules.

    We Say: Michael Clark offers a comprehensive guide to what's playing in local theatres.You're bound to find your favorite show.

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  • Silver Spring, Singular
    Community

    Silver Spring, Singular

    They Say: A blog dedicated to the oft-maligned, geographically-ambiguous suburb known as Silver Spring (not "Springs").

    We Say: We Say: A frequent roundup of “news ‘n notes” keeps you informed about happenings in Silver Spring, along with by photos and firsthand reporting.

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  • Squirrels n Sweets

    Squirrels n Sweets

    They Say: A food blog with a little bit of everything. The focus is on baking and living life- one day and cupcake at a time!

    We Say: Squirrels n Sweets offers tales of food adventures and recipes for the sweet life.

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  • Staying Medium
    Sports

    Staying Medium

    They Say: Countering irrational euphoria or despair with a level-headed look at the Washington Redskins.

    We Say: Dave O thinks before he types, offering intelligent discussion that seeks to rise above knee-jerk reactions. That doesn’t mean he’ll pull punches, though.

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  • Storming the Crease

    Storming the Crease

    They Say: A blog providing direct coverage of the Washington Capitals and the world of hockey.

    We Say: Rob writes with an analytical tone, whether in the game recaps or big-picture posts.

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  • Suitable Thoughts (And Otherwise.)

    Suitable Thoughts (And Otherwise.)

    They Say: A fresh look at D.C. politics, the U.S. Supreme Court, and more, with irreverent commentary by the Zelig of our time, Shoebox Butler.

    We Say: This site brings a sharp eye to local issues and politics in D.C.

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  • Susie's Budget and Policy Corner

    Susie's Budget and Policy Corner

    They Say: Information is one tool of the advocate's trade. Susie shares local budget and policy information, event and training notices, nonprofit odds and ends, and more.

    We Say: There's a lot of public policy made in D.C., and Susie Cambria keeps track of when, where and who is making decisions that affect how you live.

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  • Takoma 20912

    Takoma 20912

    They Say: Covering news -- government, business, people, politics and environment -- in the People's Republic of Takoma Park, Md., and the Takoma neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

    We Say: Steve Davies hopes to shed some light on the inner workings of Takoma Park, and seems prepared for the headaches of deciphering the town's boundaries, wards, and government organization.

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  • Teddy Never Wins

    Teddy Never Wins

    They Say: Teddy Never Wins is a Washington Nationals blog. Whether is be breaking news, funny commentary, or penetrating opinion we're on it.

    We Say: The author also writes sports comedy for PointsInCase.com, a blog about life in college, and he takes a similar tone in his blog here.

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  • That's What She Fed

    That's What She Fed

    They Say: That's What She Fed is a food blog created by two people who love food, live in DC and kind of like each other.

    We Say: Recipes, reviews and romance! Follow Chuck and Megan's food adventures in their blog, That's What She Fed.

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  • Thayer Avenue

    Thayer Avenue

    They Say: A blog focused on events, bizarre happenings, and psychotic civic associations on Thayer Avenue and the downtown Silver Spring Area.

    We Say: Every opening, closing and happening in Silver Spring is covered in depth here, and the active comment threads make this a great conversation hub.

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  • The 42 Bus

    The 42 Bus

    They Say: From the windows of the 42 bus in the District of Columbia.

    We Say: The 42 bus goes all over D.C., and so does this blog. Events, photos, and a QR tag right there on the homepage!

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  • The Arugula Files

    The Arugula Files

    They Say: Arugula files is about delicious food. Mary writes about her experiences learning to cook, eating out, collecting cookbooks, her addiction to the food network, and how she manages to cook anything in her tiny kitchen.

    We Say: A former processed food consumer, Mary Cunningham is now going green and healthy. Check out her latest cooking experiments and adventures in her vibrant blog, Arugula Files.

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  • The Blonde Girl's Guide...

    The Blonde Girl's Guide...

    They Say: A Caps fan blogger who looks at hockey, sports, and the social media tied to it from the roots up; the blonde roots that is.

    We Say: Don't be fooled...she's not dumb. She has detailed analysis alongside "Blondespeak" that makes her writing accessible to the casual fan.

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  • The Bottomless Mimosa

    The Bottomless Mimosa

    They Say: Sydney and Caryn are nerds who enjoy the finer things. Whether or not they can afford it, they consume electronics, food, and beverages at an alarming rate. A DC local and a DC transplant, respectively, they provide a unique perspective on our nation’s capital. So, join them as they reconcile their snobbish sensibilities and sense of entitlement with a modest, hourly income. They’re never far from art, culture, technology and a stiff drink.

    We Say: A fun and creative look at the social side of living in the nation's capital.

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  • The Brightwoodian
    Community

    The Brightwoodian

    They Say: News, explorations, and observations focusing on the Brightwood neighborhood and its surrounding area.

    We Say: Rebecca Mills explores the Brightwood neighborhood of DC, covering community events, civic meetings, crimes, development and more. A great source if you live in that area.

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  • The Dadventure
    Lifestyle

    The Dadventure

    They Say: A journey into parenting while keeping an eye on that daily adventure.

    We Say: Jonny Burns shares the joys and humor of fatherhood, and points out lots of great events for parents to take their children to.

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  • The DC PLACE

    The DC PLACE

    They Say: They Say: TheDCPLACE is a progressive, on-line video magazine that brings commerce, volunteerism, the arts and going green together.

    We Say: We Say: Todd Clark and his team of video reporters provide a look into the city's cultural events. TheDCPLACE is also committed to volunteerism and highlights area programs and volunteer opportunities.

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  • The Eagle

    The Eagle

    They Say: Coverage of American University and its surrounding neighborhoods from The Eagle.

    We Say: The staff of the university's student newspaper brings its tireless work online, with the addition of breaking news coverage and web-only features.

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  • The Georgetown Metropolitan
    Community

    The Georgetown Metropolitan

    They Say: The Georgetown Metropolitan is an online news source for Georgetown, covering transportation, real estate, retail, zoning, and much more.

    We Say: Topher Mathews does an impressive job of tracking news in Georgetown, with quick-hit morning updates on significant news for residents and bigger posts and compelling photos about news and life in the close-knit community.

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  • The GW Hatchet

    The GW Hatchet

    They Say: The GW Hatchet is an editorially and financially independent student newspaper serving The George Washington University community in D.C.

    We Say: The hard-working students have embraced the web and cover every corner of campus. We're glad to lead readers to the depth of coverage they've provided for many, many years.

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  • The Hill is Home

    The Hill is Home

    They Say: News and information for the Capitol Hill communities.

    We Say: An essential, and fun, source for anyone living in the Capitol Hill area. Nichole Remmert and friends catalog life in the shadow of the Capitol building.

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  • The Hip Flask

    The Hip Flask

    They Say: The Hip Flask is a Washington DC-based drinking blog meant to celebrate the culture of drinking in a thoughtful, deliberate manner.

    We Say: If you savor a drink now and then, THF will fill you in on events, venues and beverages to savor.

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  • The Hungry Muse

    The Hungry Muse

    They Say: The Hungry Muse is a DC Food Blog that is inspired by the rich culture, and blossoming variety of dining cuisines that our Nation's Capital has to offer. Join The Hungry Muse on her spontaneous food expeditions, and read about some of the most fresh, delicious, and innovative dishes that will change the way you see, smell, and savor your very next bite.

    We Say: Jennie Tai lives to eat. Follow her gastronomic adventures around the city in her blog, The Hungry Muse. The photographs will make your mouth water.

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  • The Nationals Review

    The Nationals Review

    They Say: The Nationals Review focuses on the Washington Nationals, using statistical analysis in addition to raw emotion to follow the team.

    We Say: One of the few Nationals blogs that requires a stat glossary, it's a solid combination of both brains and pure fan passion.

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  • The Nats Blog

    The Nats Blog

    They Say: Primarily focusing on the Nationals, The Nats Blog will be right there with you throughout the season, through its ups and downs, explaining its inside and outs.

    We Say: The focus on analyzing the day's news gives Nats fans something fresh here.

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  • The Om Field

    The Om Field

    They Say: Washington Redskins - a literate, dry-witted, heartfelt dedication to a lifelong burgundy and gold obsession.

    We Say: Literate is selling it short. It's well-written, smart and entertaining analysis.

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  • The Other 35 Percent
    Government

    The Other 35 Percent

    They Say: News and Notes on Life in D.C. With Occasional Random Musings

    We Say: A blog by Cary Silverman that does an excellent job covering local politics in the District and other local policy issues that affect development and quality of life.

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  • The Rogers Revue

    The Rogers Revue

    They Say: The Rogers Revue is the online magazine dedicated to entertainment news and media events surrounding the DC Metropolitan Area.

    We Say: Local entertainment news is coupled with frequent fun giveaways in this entertainment blog.

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  • The Running Log

    The Running Log

    They Say: A moving and poignant journey through the life of one D.C. runner, with lots of helpful pointers, race info, advice, motivation, and the occasional semi-naughty word.

    We Say: Everyone who runs needs a little motivation and ways to share your experience. The Running Log delivers that for the fleet-footed of D.C.

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  • The Swinging Gate DC

    The Swinging Gate DC

    They Say: A humorous, cautiously optimistic view on DC sports, written by a fan that has yet to see a DC team win a championship.

    We Say: With detailed writing and impressive multimedia, this new blog is an up-and-comer in the DC sports blog scene.

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  • The Totten Life

    The Totten Life

    They Say: The Totten Life is a blog dedicated to keeping you updated, whether you want it or not, on the new developments and events taking place in the Ft.Totten, CUA, Brookland, and North Michigan Park (ANC 5A) section of DC.

    We Say: The Totten Life has a keen eye for news, events and community development. If you live or work in this part of DC, be sure to read it often.

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  • The Vinyl District

    The Vinyl District

    They Say: The Vinyl District exists to underscore the vitality of a thriving indie record store culture and was the official blog for Record Store Day 2009 and 2010. Pair that with our affinity for the vinyl medium and ruminations on life, love, and music, we like to think of the blog as a daily trip to your local record store. From the confines of your cubicle.

    We Say: Take a break and step into a culture of vinyl records and indie music at The Vinyl District.

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  • The Wash Cycle

    The Wash Cycle

    They Say: The WashCycle is a blog dedicated to informing cyclists in the Washington, DC area about issues of importance to their riding, and inspiring them to make their voices heard to make cycling easier, safer and more fun. It covers the facility design and implementation, legal aspects, safety and politics of Washington area cycling. But it also reports on racing, leisure riding and the entertaining elements of bicycling.

    We Say: Anyone who's ever hopped on a two-wheeler in DC will find their interests covered here, as it somehow manages to speak to both casual bikers and hardcore enthusiasts.

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  • The Yum Report

    The Yum Report

    They Say: Finding all that's Yum in the DC/Metro area.  Full of food, drinks, restaurants, festivals, and more reviews.

    We Say: A delicious source for dining new news in the District. Yum!

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  • TheYouFinder

    TheYouFinder

    They Say: TheYouFinder is a lifestyle blog, that has a particular focus on D.C. It’s a blog that hopes to help you find who you are now and the person that you want to be. It’s about finding your own sense of style and tastes and integrating it into your daily life at price points that are affordable for anyone. TheYouFinder also strives to highlight the unique and cool things individuals and companies are doing around DC.

    We Say: Katalina Mayorga shares her colorful view of shops, homes, community and shopping, mostly through photographs.

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  • Thrifty DC Cook
    Dining

    Thrifty DC Cook

    They Say: Good Prices on Ingredients + Good Recipe ? Lots of Good Food + Fatter Wallet ? Happy People

    We Say: Eating delicious food is one of the joys in life, but good eating doesn’t have to break the bank. Sylvie Nguyen, of Thrifty Cook DC, talks about the latest deals for the greatest meals. She’ll show you how to find the freshest produce and construct a lavish dinner, all for the best possible price.

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  • Truth About It

    Truth About It

    They Say: Truth About It.net is a site in ESPN's TrueHoop Network that covers the Washington Wizards with text, video, pictures, graphics & the whatnot.

    We Say: One of the most exhaustive Wizards resources on the Web, Kyle Weidle and team cover every inch of the court.

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  • Twenty Something Bites

    Twenty Something Bites

    They Say: Twenty Something Bites is a blog about restaurants, recipes, and everything food related by a 22 year-old DC (...well, Arlington) resident and young professional--heavy emphasis on cheap eats and happy hours! I also include stories and experiences from my life, so I hope you can get to know me, as well as some good restaurants and recipes, from my blog.

    We Say: Twenty Something Bites follows the adventures of a twenty-something foodie in the D.C. dining scene.

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  • Two DC

    Two DC

    They Say: Two DC shares one couple's experiences and opinions on life, food, and fun in our nation's capital.

    We Say: Things to do, places to eat, and more. This blog explores the District and shares great stories and tips along the way.

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  • U Street Girl
    Community

    U Street Girl

    They Say: U Street Girl covers happenings in the U Street neighborhood, whether they be cultural, artistic, epicurean, social, or lifestyle-related.

    We Say: While U Street resident Catherine provides a mix of neighborhood happenings, she should be your first stop for business news along the corridor. If there’s an opening or closing in the works, she’s on it.

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  • UMD Bathroom Inventory

    UMD Bathroom Inventory

    They Say: Plain and simple — news and public restroom reviews from College Park.

    We Say: When you're on a huge college campus, it's sometimes hard to find some, er, privacy. Before you splurge on that bajillion-ounce Big Gulp, check this blog's map to locate the best facilities in the area.

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  • Unpopped Collar

    Unpopped Collar

    They Say: Covering travel, tech and social entrepreneurship with lots of photos and stories of adventures in and around D.C.

    We Say: Alex is active and has a good eye for interesting photos and news, which he shares on his blog.

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  • Virginia Real Estate, Land Use and Construction Law Blog

    Virginia Real Estate, Land Use and Construction Law Blog

    They Say: Our blog provides insight and commentary on real estate, land use and construction law. We focus primarily on Virginia, but also discuss topics of interest to Maryland, the District of Columbia and of general national interest as well. In addition to purely legal discussion, our blog provides analysis of the economy, politics, general business and management issues, risk management, and other issues that impact the real estate and construction industry.

    We Say: This group provides expert, authoritative coverage of development projects and legal issues.

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  • Viva Loudoun

    Viva Loudoun

    They Say: Covering sports, news and views in one of the nation's fastest growing counties.

    We Say: An indispensable resource for all high school sports in Loudoun County, as multiple sports are covered with impressive thoroughness.

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  • WalkLaurel

    WalkLaurel

    They Say: WalkLaurel is the up-to-date resource for informing City of Laurel residents on the planning and construction of pending pedestrian and bicycle-related infrastructure projects.

    We Say: Plentiful photos illustrate repairs and improvements as they develop in Laurel. This blog, operated by the Department of Public Works, welcomes resident comments to help in project planning.

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  • Washington Area Women's Foundation: Our Voices blog

    Washington Area Women's Foundation: Our Voices blog

    They Say: A look at the Washington, D.C., metro area through a gender lens. Empowering women, girls and the community through information and conversation.

    We Say: This blog reports closely on news and issues affecting women in the region, and focuses on how people and policy can make things better.

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  • Washington Gardener

    Washington Gardener

    They Say: Washington Gardener Magazine is the publication for DC, MD, & VA growing area gardeners. By local gardeners, for local gardeners.

    We Say: From beginning gardeners to the experts, Washington Gardener is your source for gardening news and advice.

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  • Welcome Om DC

    Welcome Om DC

    They Say: WelcomeOmDC is a hub, resource, and online fitness community dedicated to yogis, runners, athletes, and the wellness-minded of Washington, DC.

    We Say: WelcomeOMDC is worth a look for its yoga directory (including free and reduced-cost community classes) alone, but stick around for the Weekend Warrior roundup of fitness-minded events in the area.

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  • What's Hot Washington

    What's Hot Washington

    They Say: WHW is the urbanite's guide to all things hot in and around the Nation's Capital.

    We Say: April covers everything you'd need in DC: Entertainment, events, news and sports.

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  • What's Up Wheaton

    What's Up Wheaton

    They Say: A blog exploring Wheaton, Kensington and the surrounding MoCo area. News, reviews, activities and restaurants at your fingertips.

    We Say: Posts range in topic from arts reviews to local business news. What's Up Wheaton has got south Montgomery County covered!

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  • Where the Beltway Ends

    Where the Beltway Ends

    They Say: Things to do off the beaten path in DC, designed for those who want to find something a out-of-the-ordinary in our city.

    We Say: This blogger has fun experiences and photos from her travels. Just remember that travels can include local adventures!

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  • Who Murdered Robert Wone

    Who Murdered Robert Wone

    They Say: A citizen investigation that explores D.C.’s most perplexing unsolved murder, in which readers can follow the case and upcoming trial in real time, and perhaps unravel the mystery.

    We Say: This site does an impressive job of covering every aspect of this high-profile murder case. It is an unmissable source for anyone following the Robert Wone murder investigation.

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  • Why Metro Sucks Today

    Why Metro Sucks Today

    They Say: A blog chronicling the ever-expanding daily ineptitudes of Metro, both perceived and real. Full of capital letters, hyperbole and overreactions. AND TRUTH.   

    We Say: We have a hard time arguing with a blog that can list 150 reasons to hate Metro.

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  • Will Blog for Food

    Will Blog for Food

    They Say: A non-profit worker by day, this local blogger spends his free time cooking, eating and thinking too much about all things food. Will Blog For Food covers a variety of topics, including recipes, wine, beer and cocktails, food policy issues and upcoming events in and around the DC area.  

    We Say: Will Blog for Food follows the gastronomic adventures of D.C. resident in the city.

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  • With Housing and Justice for All

    With Housing and Justice for All

    They Say: With Housing and Justice for All is the official blog of the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless. The clinic works to end the unnecessary suffering caused by poverty and advocates for justice for people who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless in Washington, D.C.

    We Say: This site reports on news and issues affecting people who need someone to look out for their interests.

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  • Wiz of Awes

    Wiz of Awes

    They Say: Wiz of Awes is the premier Washington Wizards blog on the net. Check it out for all the latest developments in the brand new John Wall era.

    We Say: The blog has been active even during the long off-season, which makes us think it'll be a must-read as Wall takes over.

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  • Wizards Extreme

    Wizards Extreme

    They Say: A fully credentialed fan site providing Wizards fans with player Q&A’s, game photos, HD videos, ticket giveaways, community events and game reports from every home Wizards game.

    We Say: Lots of in-depth writing, original content and authoritative analysis on the Wizards.

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  • Worn Magazine

    Worn Magazine

    They Say: A photography-based fashion & style print publication and blog covering the creative movement in DC.

    We Say: In print, Worn is a piece of art in itself. In pixels, it's a frequent reminder of the beauty around us every day in Washington's culture.

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