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Posted at 3:33 PM ET, 07/14/2010

Rapping about falafel: 5 fun blog posts

By Washington Post editors

Don't know about you, but this seems like an especially long Wednesday. But after today, we're over the hump and one day closer to the weekend.

Great batch of blog posts today (then again, aren't they always fun?). The man who rapped about Arlington is back -- with his newest entry: a rap about falafel. An Annapolis blogger is no fan of the Yankees, but has some very kind words about George Steinbrenner, who passed away Tuesday.

If you love to mulch, get a kick out of growing the perfect tomato or just have one of those naturally green thumbs, there are some folks who could use your help. A group of Southeast Washington residents is looking for a volunteer garden consultant to help set up a community garden in Congress Heights. Congress Heights on the Rise says they’ve got the manpower, tools and topsoil – they just need some expert advice.

Remy Munasifi, also know as the mastermind behind the oh-so-catchy "Arlington Rap", has released the first video from his new album on YouTube, ARLnow.com reports. It’s called the "Falafel Song." The Washington Post Magazine recently did a piece on Munasifi.

Only the best. If stories of oh-so-entitled youth make you crazy, this post from Snoburbia is guaranteed to make you roll your eyes.

Eye on Annapolis is no Yankees admirer, but he still mourns the passing of owner George Steinbrenner. Love him or hate him, he developed a team which he purchased for $8.5 million in 1973 into the most respected, most winning organization in baseball worldwide,” Eye writes.

Frozen Tropics reports that the Argonaut Bar re-opens tonight at 5 p.m. with a limited menu (as you might recall, a fire gutted the kitchen in late June.)

That's it for today. Thanks for reading. And a big thank you to all our D.C. area bloggers whose great work makes this feature possible.

By Washington Post editors  | July 14, 2010; 3:33 PM ET
 
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