Our favorite D.C. area blog posts
It's that time again. Here are our five favorite entries from the D.C. area blogosphere. (And if you know of a fabulous blog you'd like us to know about, just message firstname.lastname@example.org)
The blog of the Parents Coalition of Montgomery County, Maryland reports that Montgomery Victory Gardens has mobilizing to overturn the "ban" on vegetable gardens on school campuses in the Montgomery system. They've kicked off their campaign by sending a letter of protest to schools chief Jerry Weast.
Free donuts! The folks at Frugal Friends in Northern Virginia note that Friday, June 5 is National Donut Day. They've got a handy list of doughnut giveaways for those who wish to celebrate. Chocolate sprinkles please!
Because you never know when you might need one, Susie at Susie's Budget and Policy Corner offers a link to this handy map of places in the District where you can find a notary public
Wayan Vota of one of our favorite local blogs, Greater Greater Washington, offers a parking rave (as oppose to rant) after using the District's new pay by phone parking system. We love the title, "Heaven in the Hell of DC Parking."
O Say Can You See? the blog of the National Museum of American History, explains the concept of the "reverse field trip," in which museum personnel visit schools to explore what students and teachers are doing in the classroom. It's an effort to make the museum field trips even more relevant.
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