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Safety in Numbers

Day 4
Poem 4

I’m not really happy with this one, but at least it’s something. No prompt, just inspired by my commute home yesterday (when I wrote my elegy). 180 more words

Missing Girls of DC: The Systemic Devaluation of Minority Lives Is America Being True To Its Roots

I’m a hopeless and profound news junkie. There are few things I enjoy more than scouring through apps like CNN, Fox News, BBC News, et al. 829 more words

Domestic Affairs

DC Metro : Getting Back on Track

One year ago, in March 2016, the entire Washington, DC, subway system was closed for 29 hours for emergency inspections. This shutdown came after a number of electrical fires in the subway system, involving fraying third-rail electrical cables. 707 more words

Safety

What is this Metro fuckery?

For as long as I can remember, the etiquette on escalators in DC and other metropolitan areas has been to stand on the right and walk on the left. 1,073 more words

Economics

What to do in Washington D.C. Top Ten

I travel around Washington D.C. and New York City often enough that they receive a special top ten post from not quite a local but not quite a tourist either. 955 more words

Travel

Metro: Major Weekend Track Work Closes 6 Stations

WASHINGTON (AP) — A major track work project this weekend is closing six Metro stations.

Metro says that on Saturday and Sunday, free shuttle buses will replace trains between Foggy Bottom and Eastern Market. 118 more words

Local

sunday musings: the feeling of home

Today I took a walk.

I remember when studying abroad in England how the thing to do Sundays was go walking in the country. Of course, England had gorgeous country paths and hamlets in between city suburbs, so it wasn’t hard to find a beautiful place to go. 573 more words

Sunday Musings