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Posted at 4:02 PM ET, 03/ 8/2011

Sonny Bono remembered: D.C.'s blogs

By Lori Aratani
Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. After a bit of a break, we're back with more great posts from the D.C. area blogosphere. Judging from the headlines, it's been a busy few days. To that end, Greater Greater Washington offers some thoughts on government reform in light of allegations that money and the promise of a job were offered by Gray campaign officials to Sulaimon Brown. Did you know there's a Sonny Bono Memorial Park in D.C.? Well, now you do.

With recent scandals rocking D.C. government, Greater Greater Washington urges folks to pause before they consider taking action. It's easy to demand pay cuts and term limits, but folks need to think through the impact of such reforms.

From Rants and Ramblings, some photo love for the National's Teddy.

Did you know that there's a Sonny Bono Memorial Park, right here in D.C.? Thanks to the 42 blog, now you do.

Liz at Life As a List has discovered some unsettling parallels between her life and that life of a ... sloth.

Remember back in the day, when you'd pick up the phone to check the time or weather? Uh, maybe not -- which probably explains why Verizon officials have announced that they are discontinuing telephone weather and time services as of June. All Life is Local has the scoop.

That's it for now. Thanks for reading and have a great day. Better get ready for rain: Looks like we've got a flood watch in the area starting Wednesday night.

By Lori Aratani  | March 8, 2011; 4:02 PM ET
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