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Posted at 2:50 PM ET, 09/ 9/2010

Food & fashionistas: 5 D.C.-area blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. A day where it's tempting to go for a walk and never go back to the office. But alas, unless you've got the winning lotto ticket -- you probably have to head back in. Today we've got food and fashion on the brain. "Top Chef D.C." may have filmed its finale (in Singapore, hrumph), but Food & Think has suggestions for a sequel.

You looks mahvelous. Fashion Week kicks off in New York with Fashion's Night Out a benefit night of shopping. But no worries if you don't have a front row seat in the New York tents. Several D.C. merchants are hosting a night out of their own. Free giveaways, fashion chats and sales galore. The Capitol Fashionista has the breakdown of events around town. While, Borderstan focuses on events in the MidCity-area of the District.

Cooler autumn temperatures can only mean one thing: it’s fall festival season. The Hill is Home helps you fill in your social calendar.

All Life is Local and other fans are mourning the disappearance of the mural on the side of the 7-Eleven on Connecticut Avenue in Cleveland Park.

I don't care what anyone says, you CAN wear white after Labor Day, Capitol Hill Style says so.

Be a mentor or help with a little filing. Rockville Central offers some suggestions for community projects you can get involved in this month.

If “Top Chef” decides to return to D.C., Food & Think has plenty of suggestions for D.C.-themed food challenges. For example: can cheftestants make a better chili half-smoke than Ben’s Chili Bowl? We’d like to see them try.

That's it for now. Thanks for reading. I'll be back tomorrow with more fun posts from D.C.'s blogosphere.

By Washington Post editors  | September 9, 2010; 2:50 PM ET
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Comments

Has the whole world gone crazy? In the Venn diagram of life, food and fashion do not intersect. Food is what fashionistas avoid so that they can fit into their fashion.
Read: Food and Fashion: When worlds collide
http://gigabiting.com/?p=2689/

Posted by: janicebethgregg | September 9, 2010 7:03 PM | Report abuse

Has the whole world gone crazy? In the Venn diagram of life, food and fashion do not intersect. Food is what fashionistas avoid so that they can fit into their fashion.
Read: Food and Fashion: When worlds collide
http://gigabiting.com/?p=2689/

Posted by: janicebethgregg | September 9, 2010 7:04 PM | Report abuse

Has the whole world gone crazy? In the Venn diagram of life, food and fashion do not intersect. Food is what fashionistas avoid so that they can fit into their fashion.
Read: Food and Fashion: When worlds collide
http://gigabiting.com/?p=2689/

Posted by: janicebethgregg | September 9, 2010 7:05 PM | Report abuse

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