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Posted at 2:08 PM ET, 07/21/2010

Biking off Restaurant Week: 5 fun blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

Happy Wednesday. Just think you can borrow a bike to work off all that good Restaurant Week food, which about sums up today's trip around the D.C. area blogosphere. And we're happy to welcome a new entry to the D.C. area blogosphere focused on pedestrian and cyclist safety.

Thank you! Beyond DC had combined D.C. and Arlington bike share locations all on one handy Google map. Borderstan offers its own map of bike share locations in the Dupont-Logan-U Street neighborhood. And for folks who live in Georgetown, you can thank Georgetown Dish for breaking it down for you.

Affordable fine dining in the D.C. area. Culture Mob DC offers the lowdown on summer “Restaurant Weeks.” Mark your calendars: D.C.’s is August 16-22.

Welcome to the blogosphere. A new blog chronicling pedestrian and cyclist incidents in the area has launched. Welcome Struck In DC to the D.C. area blogosphere. Look forward to reading.

The Slow Cook reports that a group of D.C. area chefs including Cathal Armstrong, chef and owner of Alexandria’s Restaurant Eve, is proposing a plan to take over kitchen operations at Capitol Hill’s Tyler Elementary School.

Seat hogging a problem? Some great blogger react to the Metro seat hog article that appeared in the paper on Monday. WashingTina like it saying that folks need to call these folks out. The Well Red Commuter took a different view, including in the entry an email sent to the author of the article, The Post’s Ann Scott Tyson. Whether you think seat hogs are a legitimate problem or a waste of newspaper real estate, the piece got folks all over town talking and who knows – maybe it will be a little easier to find a seat on the Metro

Thanks for reading. Have a great rest of the day.

By Washington Post editors  | July 21, 2010; 2:08 PM ET
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