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Posted at 2:20 PM ET, 08/ 5/2010

Shakespeare in Klingon? D.C.'s blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

Hey there. Was gone for a couple of days, but now am back and happy to report that It was a fun spin around the D.C. area blogosphere today. Whether you'd like to see Shakespeare performed in Klingon or take a peek at the Wild Things that ride Metro, we've got something for you. Also, we welcome a new blog and wish one of our local bloggers a very happy belated birthday.

If you have a soft spot for old computers – here’s a post from Around the Mall to make you feel a little nostalgic. Ah, Radio Shack's TRS-80.

Congress Heights on the Rise offers a birthday shout out to DG-Rad of And Now, Anacostia. We’d also like to send birthday wishes (and apologize for being a few days late.) Also, welcome to a new blog The Black American Princess. (HT Congress Heights on the Rise)

Old books, good cause. If you’re running out of space for your fabulous books, Culture Mob knows of a place you can donate them to and feel good.

We love this photo from DC Metro People a blog that features a collection of snapshots of folks riding Metro. Possible caption? Where the Wild Things Are.

The Ode Street Tribune reports on a new production of Shakespeare set for September. What makes this one special? Selections will be performed in English and . . . Klingon.

That's it for today. Thanks for reading. Remember: we're always looking for suggestions for local blogs we should be reading, so send them along. Also, if you're celebrating a blogiversary or are just launching a blog, drop us a note -- aratanil@washpost.com

By Washington Post editors  | August 5, 2010; 2:20 PM ET
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