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I love breakfast food. I mean, really, love breakfast food.

One of the things I was most excited for when moving to DC was all the restaurants and cafes in the area. 256 more words

Food

nervous? yes. excited? absolutely.

Today, I’ll be heading up to Washington DC to start my internship on Monday! I’m so, so nervous about living in the city on my own for the first time and starting this new internship. 329 more words

College

#Rhizo15 week 5: completely mobile (invasive species and community learning)i

In Chocolate City this weekend to march across the stage in cap and gown to receive my MSLIS at CUA (which I actually received last October by mail, but THIS is the annual ceremony). 803 more words

Storytelling

Smoke Report Suspends Metro Service On 3 Lines For Hours

WASHINGTON (AP) — Metro suspended service on several lines between Foggy Bottom in Washington and Rosslyn in northern Virginia for about three hours after a report of smoke. 103 more words

Local

Three Shrub Creek

Tuesday was brilliant. We visited, what I think was, the best Smithsonian museum we’ve seen yet; The National Museum of American History. The “America on the Move” exhibit may have been the best of all. 970 more words

Jeep

Ward 2 Resident Fights for Dream Home to Start Potential Family

By Montrose Waite, Contributing Writer

A 34-year-old Foggy Bottom resident outlined his home remodeling plan to mix reception at the Ward 2 Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting on April 15, 2015. 272 more words

Local News

Tent-Dwellers: The Man Who Lives in a Tent Tells Us Why

By Holiday Johnson

Often forgotten, overlooked and pitied.  The District’s homeless population exists.   A little less than 12,000 residents are without turn-key homes. They are living in the streets, shuffling from shelter to shelter, and some making a home in a tent. 891 more words

Faces Of DC