Kitchen disasters revealed: D.C.'s blogs
Good afternoon. Lots going on in the D.C. area blogosphere today. We've got more posts about community service opportunities on Martin Luther King Jr. Day as well as a charity that's looking for gently used baby clothing. Hope to send Congress a message about D.C. and statehood? Check out We Love DC's post on efforts to rename a section of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Around the Mall outlines ways you can celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy at the Smithsonian. They’ve got events scheduled all weekend.
Silver Spring Speaks offers this personal essay on what Martin Luther King Jr. means to him.
We Love DC has some suggestions for MLK Day community service projects around town.
Rockville Central on MLK day closings and community service opportunities.
With the D.C. Council considering changing the name of a stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue to reflect the city’s quest for statehood, Beyond DC offers some suggestions for new monikers for that stretch of the avenue. How does “Partisanship Before Values” strike you?
Babies grow awfully fast – sometimes before you’ve gotten enough wear out of that winter coat or onesie. Give your gently used baby clothes a second life by donating them to BabyLoveDC. The D.C. nonprofit is partnering with the KIPP DC Charter Schools to get donations to needy families. All Life is Local has the details.
From the Best Bites blog – chefs tell all. What were their biggest kitchen disasters? Do you taste with fingers or spoons?
That's it for now. Thanks for reading, and no matter what you end up doing this weekend, I hope you have a chance to relax and unwind (after all, isn't that what weekends are really about?) I'll be back next week with more great posts from the D.C. area blogosphere.
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| January 14, 2011; 3:58 PM ET
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