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Posted at 2:27 PM ET, 07/27/2010

Storm clouds & burger joints: 5 blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

The area is still suffering from a post-storm hangover. Pepco said Tuesday that most people will have power by Thursday (Thursday!) and now complaints about cable, Internet and phone service are beginning to pop up. A few bloggers were knocked offline (we hope you'll be back soon Travel, Eat, Repeat) but hopefully we'll get back to normal soon.

Meantime, we've got all kinds of interesting posts.

NASA released this satellite image of Sunday’s storm. It’s pretty amazing – and just a little scary. (HT to DCist)

Here’s a fun concept in local shopping via Ready Set DC. The Temporium, a showcase for D.C. area designers. It’s on H Street and open until Aug. 15.

City Paper’s City Desk blog has this great little tidbit: A group of lawyers is suing burger joint Rogue States because fumes from the restaurant are filtering into their offices. A judge had given the two parties until mid-August to resolve the issue. Maybe some free fries?

Who are you? It's always fun to learn a little about bloggers behind the blog. One of the folks behind Natural Capital shares a little about herself in these five questions. Love, love the owl picture!

Get involved! A dispute over a liquor license in one D.C. neighborhood prompted Congress Heights on the Rise to offer this handy guide for getting involved in your neighborhood through Advisory Neighborhood Committees.

The musings, recipes and adventures of a girl that loves to eat -- that's what the Just Eat It blog is all about. And give her a hand -- she's celebrating her first anniversary.Happy 1st Blogiversary!

By Washington Post editors  | July 27, 2010; 2:27 PM ET
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