City Desk

Our Morning Roundup

The Triangle posts an up-to-date Google map of where crimes took place in its downtown neighborhood so far this year. A lot of theft from autos! It's like smash-and-grab city.

Petworth News brings us up-to-date on the Upshur Street Arts Fair in mid December. You can find some history of this fair here.

And Now, Anacostia has an update on the street-car development complete with handy Google map.

New Columbia Heights wonders if there's too much parking available at the DCUSA megabox complex.

Frozen Tropics discovers that a new Five Guys opened up in the ugly-ass ATF building. How much security do you think you have to go through before you can get to the burger joint?

Pop Cesspool confesses to watching some pretty terrible TV.

Over at Brightest Young Things, Justin Moyer aka Edie Sedgwick aka Iceland pens an open letter to Thomas Hardy.

Coates
has this.

*photo courtesy of Supaqool as found in our Neighborhood Flickr Page.

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  • http://www.popcesspool.net/2008/10/money-money-mon.html Pop Cesspool

    "Smash-and-Grab City" sounds like a new "shitty economy" title from Rockstar Games.

    "Grand Theft Auto" is so "prosperous times," y'know?

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