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Posted at 5:09 PM ET, 07/30/2010

Ice cream and fashion: D.C.'s blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

Libraries, fashion and ice cream sundaes -- what could be better than these three things? The D.C. blogosphere is buzzing about all three and more. An ice cream sundae with unlimited toppings for less than $5? Read on!

Capital Hill Style offers you a chance to be the fashion critic. You decide: this Phillip Limawesome or awful?

After a devastating fire in 2007, the Georgetown library is being rebuilt and is expected to open this September. The latest addition via the Georgetown Metropolitan: the cupola has been restored.

From Borderstan -- what could be better than an ice cream sundae with unlimited toppings? We don’t know either.

Channel surfing and there’s still nothing to watch. Congress Heights on the Rise might have a solution. Could this YouTube series be “Melrose Place” Anacosita-style?

Knitter alert! Surprising Science has an intriguing post about a project going on in D.C. and around the country to construct coral reefs out of yarn. The pieces will be put on display in the National Museum of Natural History’s Ocean Hall. The idea behind the project, started by two Los Angeles-based sisters, is to educate people about math and science.

Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend and check back here Monday for more from the D.C. blogosphere.

By Washington Post editors  | July 30, 2010; 5:09 PM ET
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