Monthly Archive: April 2013

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Sabai Sabai Simply Thai Is Simply, Simply Good

Let’s face it, a real boon to living in the Washington, D.C., area is the fabulous array of cuisine. It’s pretty outstanding, a mix of good, great, and even better. I’m not picky enough to call out the clunkers, but...

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4 Reasons to Rent an Apartment in Rockville

Rockville sounds hard and mean, as if forged from a quarry. Well, it’s not. It’s actually rather pleasant, parts of it more than others I’m sure. But it’s a great place to rent an apartment nonetheless. Here are four reasons...

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Nice and Tidy: Tips for Organizing Your Apartment

Are you a slob? I am. I can clean up pretty well when I want to, but a neatnik I’m not. Well, Apartment Therapy has a nice little article on apartment organizing, which not only comes in handy when it...

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Resident Retention

Here we are, almost May, and we find ourselves with some wacky DC weather this spring. Although the normal averages for April are in the low to high 60’s for April, we have seen a day of 90 degrees, 4...

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Filmfest DC Offers Area Fans a Celebration of Celluloid

We’re once again covering the Washington, DC International Film Festival, aka Filmfest DC, which takes place April 11-21. Like a couple of other recent blog entries, this one’s a threepeater, which is kinda special I guess. More than 80 films...

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Let It Rain: We’ve Got the Goods on Umbrellas for Commuters

April is known for a few things, depending on your disposition. April 1 kicks off things with, potentially at least, the funniest day of the year. Then there are two major sporting events, the finals of the NCAA Men’s Basketball...

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It’s Time to Start That Spring Container Garden

Anyone who reads this site knows I’m not a gardener, because I’m always letting others tell you how to grow stuff. At least I’m honest. I’ve written about apartment gardening here, here and here. Today, instead of me tediously listing...