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Posted at 2:40 PM ET, 08/ 9/2010

Cupcakes and bouncers? D.C.'s blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. For those who think the cupcake craze has gotten a little out of hand. Eating Around D.C. has a post you cannot miss. Frugal Friends in Northern Virginia is always there to help us with a money saving tip or two -- this time she's got a great one on how to cash in on your new or transferred prescriptions. Sugar and drugs? Hmmmm. Read on for today's intriguing posts from the D.C. area blogosphere.

Smarter to invest your money or use what you have to pay off existing debts? Budgets are Sexy’s guest blogger offers some answers.

Arugula Files offers five good reasons to shop at the H Street Farmers Market (and avoid the crowds at the Sunday Dupont Circle market!) Did we mention the Dangerously Delicious Pies?

We know she’s not “local” any more, but we still like this Monday Money Check-Up quiz offered by My Pretty Pennies. Some easy goal setting without the guilt. We’re also happy to report that My Pretty Pennies is happy to announce she’s engaged. Congrats! Will they now be “Our Pretty Pennies?”

For the next time you need a refill (or a new fill) Frugal Friends in Northern Virginia takes the time to sum up all those new/transferred prescription offers being advertised all over. Pick your best deal.

Has the cupcake frenzy grown so out of hand that Georgetown Cupcake is now employing a “bouncer?” Eating around D.C. has the scoop.

That's it for today. Have a great rest of the day. Know of a great blog, just starting out or celebrating a blogiversary? Let me know -- aratanil@washpost.com.

By Washington Post editors  | August 9, 2010; 2:40 PM ET
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