Please feed the bloggers & other fun posts
Happy Monday. Such a busy weekend. We had rallies and protests on the Mall. Columbia Heights paid host to D.C.'s first state fair, where many prizes were given. And with classes back in session -- it's also the start of college admissions season (gulp!) A, and one last thing: Bloggers work so hard to keep us informed about the latest news, trends and events, help a couple of them out today by giving them some feedback on how they're doing. It would be a nice thank-you for all their hard work.
Congrats to the Slow Cook for winning the “Best D.C. Grown Food Product” at the first annual D.C. State Fair, held this past weekend. He gives us a rundown of the state fair, and as a bonus, shares his recipe for pickled zucchini.
Just reading Metrocurean makes me want be a better cook – but alas, I may just have to settle for being a better eater. Here’s her recipe for heirloom tomato pie with black pepper parmesan crust. Read and drool.
Love these shots of the newest in newspaper fashion, courtesy of Feast after Famine. I'd like The Washington Post edition, please.
Not Your Average Admissions blog says college rankings by national publications can be a helpful guide, but in the end the best thing a student can do is come up with their own personal ranking of schools. After all, nobody knows you better than you.
Eye on Annapolis asks for your feedback. Help them out by filling out a quick reader survey.
Greater Greater Washington is seeking feedback as it develops its new mobile site.
Happy first blogiversaryto City Girls World. They're celebrating by taking the week off (hey, blogging is hard work, folks.)
That's it for today. Thanks so much for reading. Looks like we're going to break some heat records today (phew!) But whether it's snowmageddon, steamageddon or something else, we'll be back tomorrow with more great posts from the D.C. blogosphere.
Washington Post editors
| August 30, 2010; 2:53 PM ET
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