Tuesday, August 29, 2006

DCeptette: Great dominions, they don't come cheap version.

  1. So, we heard today that an article in the Post officially stated that Van Ness was an actual neighborhood. But we'll be damned if we can find it, so, for the time being, we're going to leave Mike Grass alone, if only because we bet he'd know what we're talking about when we mention the "Gold Coast." He's got skillz.
  2. Kelly Ann Collins' latest move? Well, by the looks of things, it seems to have something to do with Kabuki-themed cosplay. Uhm...okay. Heck, we have to admit--didn't see that one coming. [Ask KAC]
  3. Oooh, boy. The Wilson Bridge got what it had coming to it. Better YouTube up that video for posterity. [Washington Post]
  4. Oh, Billy. You're talking to the man who cautioned an entire generation: "Don't be that guy." Chicago 1, Los Angeles 0. [Defamer]
  5. Mad props to KG for his interview with the Silversun Pickups. And as a preview to our forthcoming weigh-in, let it be known that their new record Carnevas, is one of the best that've come out this year. Also: thanks for the shout out (cf. Sly diss of last year's indie darlings.) [Information Leafblower]
  6. And congratulations to TomCath for four years of Unrequited Narcissism. Surely it's been requited jessalittlebit?

1 comment:

Michael said...

I don't think I said that Van Ness wasn't a neighborhood. It's OK to refer to the area immediately adjacent to the Metrorail station as Van Ness, but to say that Politics and Prose -- well to the north of the station -- is part of Van Ness, that's wrong. It's also wrong to deny the existence of North Cleveland Park.