Monthly Archives: July 2011

A Fitting Tribute

While there are some people who make their way into your life and out in a short period of time, there are others to whom you come so close to meeting and yet miss by just enough to never connect. … Continue reading

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Grey D.C. Strikes Back

While the first D.C. Grey Market I attended had the atmosphere of an exclusive yet welcoming party, the one two Saturdays ago on July 17 was much more like a hipster farmers’ market (in a good way). As the market … Continue reading

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Climate Ride Photos!

I’ve finally gotten around to organizing all of my Climate Ride photos and posting them on Facebook. To see all of them – many more than were posted on the blog – please “Like” my Will Bike for Change (or … Continue reading

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I Say Potato, You Say Potahto

When we first planned our garden, I didn’t want to grow potatoes. I actually wanted to grow sweet potatoes, but for the life of me couldn’t find any sweet potato starts. (It turns out that sweet potatoes grow on vines, … Continue reading

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Summer’s here and the time is right – for eating in the streets

Block parties ordinarily draw people with music, games, food, and of course, good old-fashioned community atmosphere. But Think Local First D.C.’s Farm-to-Street Party this past Saturday (July 16) in the U St. neighborhood had a special focus – highlighting providers … Continue reading

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