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Posted at 3:53 PM ET, 10/20/2010

Pie on wheels? D.C.-area blogs

By Washington Post editors
Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. What kind of Wednesday has it been for you? I feel like I'm about a half-hour behind on everything. But the beauty of the Web is the deadlines are, well, fungible. So what are the D.C.-areas bloggers writing about today? Frozen Tropics reports that there's a new pie truck in town. We've got some fun Halloween theme posts from Unsuck DC Metro and Feast After Famine. Enjoy!

What goes with a giant spider web? Well, a giant spider of course. Love the googly eyes. Thanks to Feast After Famine.

Life is busy, but if you have a few hours this weekend, why not be a part of Montgomery County’s annual community service day. Rockville Central the details. Even if you can’t give time, there are other ways to help.

Oh my. Frozen Tropics reports that Dangerously Delicious Pies has launched a pie truck. Uh, guys, how about a stoop at 1150 15th Street, NW? I’ll be waiting downstairs.

Still searching for the perfect Halloween costume? Unsuck DC Metro has some fun suggestions. (Hint, he doesn't call his blog Unsuck DC Metro for nothing.)

The days are getting shorter so it might be tough for your to squeeze in that evening run before the sun goes does. D.C. Ladies has some tips for staying safe while on your evening run.

That's it for now. Thanks for reading. Have a great rest of the day and remember: if you know of a great blog let me know. You can post the details below or send me an e-mail at aratanil@washpost.com. I'm always on the hunt for interesting posts, so don't be shy.


By Washington Post editors  | October 20, 2010; 3:53 PM ET
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