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nightline:

mrgif:

I survived NYC earthquake of 2011.

Despite the fact that this just makes us dizzy. 

Dudes. “New Yorkers.” The epicenter was in Virginia. If anything, this is OUR quake. So step off. And take your GIFs with you. #ownershipofharmlessnaturaldisasters

nightline:

mrgif:

I survived NYC earthquake of 2011.

Despite the fact that this just makes us dizzy. 

Dudes. “New Yorkers.” The epicenter was in Virginia. If anything, this is OUR quake. So step off. And take your GIFs with you. #ownershipofharmlessnaturaldisasters

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Staci.

Ch. 10 of Night Lives.

Video by Evelio Contreras

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fuckyeahdc:

VIA

I live in Ethiopia. Monica lives in Bikes, Beer, Burglaries. We work somewhere between Drunk Long Island Girls and Power Lunches. [DZ]

fuckyeahdc:

VIA

I live in Ethiopia. Monica lives in Bikes, Beer, Burglaries. We work somewhere between Drunk Long Island Girls and Power Lunches. [DZ]

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Thomas Circle, just around the corner from us, in 1911 and 2009.
Arrangement by Jason E. Powell

Thomas Circle, just around the corner from us, in 1911 and 2009.

Arrangement by Jason E. Powell

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Washington, in time lapse, by Drew Geraci.

Via Greater Greater Washington

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washingtoncitypaper:

Matt Dunn took some sick photos of the amateur fireworks in Shaw last night.
Check out City Desk for more from WCP’s incredible photographers.

Our favorite thing about living in Shaw is dodging errant pyrotechnics on the 4th of July.

washingtoncitypaper:

Matt Dunn took some sick photos of the amateur fireworks in Shaw last night.

Check out City Desk for more from WCP’s incredible photographers.

Our favorite thing about living in Shaw is dodging errant pyrotechnics on the 4th of July.

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Washington is also the capital of conventions.
Click here for Monica’s flowchart, which will help you distinguish between the different badge-wearing, tote-toting species.
Design by Allie Ghaman

Washington is also the capital of conventions.

Click here for Monica’s flowchart, which will help you distinguish between the different badge-wearing, tote-toting species.

Design by Allie Ghaman

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Dorothy Blake of Maryland dances in the 19th annual Caribbean Carnival parade on Georgia Avenue NW yesterday. More photos.
Photo by Bill O’Leary (The Washington Post)

Dorothy Blake of Maryland dances in the 19th annual Caribbean Carnival parade on Georgia Avenue NW yesterday. More photos.

Photo by Bill O’Leary (The Washington Post)

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washingtoncitypaper:

Woman with Jesus Ring. 700 Block 7th Street, NW. (June 24, 2011) by Matt Dunn. See more photos everyday on City Desk.

Today, in one image.

washingtoncitypaper:

Woman with Jesus Ring. 700 Block 7th Street, NW. (June 24, 2011) by Matt Dunn. See more photos everyday on City Desk.

Today, in one image.

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Manhattanites exiled to Washington search for fellow sufferers

The wonderful thing about Washington is how it’s possible to visit all of the countries of the world without leaving District boundaries. The Embassy of France. The Embassy of Uzbekistan.

And here, on the rooftop of a newish taqueria on 14th Street NW: the embassy of New York City.

This event is otherwise known as the Fellowship of Unassimilated Manhattan Exiles. Or FUME. Read Monica on those expat New Yorkers who wish they’d never moved…