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July 26, 2010 2 Comments
Some recently discovered Awesome photographs show what commuting was like three generations ago in Washington, D.C. area. wow! looking at the photos, I feel so young
The photos from the 1940s, 50s and ’60s, released by DDOT show Georgetown as a factory town with smokestacks and industrial yards, and Rosslyn with just a few one-story buildings and some dirt roads.
Another photo shows Connecticut Avenue, just south of Dupont Circle, with street cars entering their own tunnels in the center of the road. Others show Tenley Circle nearly devoid of traffic, and H Street NE before the riots, when it was a vibrant commercial district. Read more of this post
January 29, 2010 7 Comments
by Kamran Abdi
It is Fridaaaaaaay and time to partaaaaaaay!!!
Heading to Ibiza this weekend – one of the best served by DJs nightclub packed with beautiful people of Washington, DC. The club is very international and HOT! My first time visit to Ibiza was pretty fun, maybe because of all the gorgeous women there which has always been my weakness. Once I spot one, I go blind. If I spot many, nothing else counts There is never shortage of angels with their wings flying around at Ibiza.
They have another happening there tomorrow night at 10:00 p.m – BT’s Live Laptop Symphony. If interested, you need to RSVP. Here are some great pics from our last party there. Sorry for a few missing heads. I was too drunk to keep the camera straight
Let me start my review with their ground zero video. Blast the volume first: