Monday, March 28, 2011

Washington Tweets

Washington tweets. A lot. The Washington Tweets column is a collection of the most interesting, recent Washington-area tweets. These tweets reveal a candid and fascinating portrait of what is on our collective minds: Twitter gives a snapshot of what we're doing, thinking and hoping for as a group. Washington Tweets is Washington in the raw. Bill Adler tweets at @billadler.

#Vincent Gray - sigh- I am interested in his speech tonight

Vincent Gray raised cab prices in the city a dollar. Some great way to start your term. #Strikeone

Politics and Prose, the iconic D.C. bookstore, has been sold to two former Washington Post reporters

Maybe these new owners will let me do a reading there? RT @csriad6: Politics and Prose in DC has new owners! Great news:

DC institution that we'll keep supporting! RT @tomsietsema One of my favorite book stores has been sold (to good peeps)

@dibc433 Cleveland Park: To Shady Gr in 2 mins. To SilvrSpg in 4 mins. To Shady Gr in 7 mins. To Glenmont in 8 mins. To Shady Gr in 13 mins.

Medium Rare Fires Up Tonight in Clevland Park: Medium Rare, a modish-looking Cleveland Park steakhouse

New steakhouse should be a great addition to Cleveland Park!

Snow and cherry blossoms were in the forecast for Washington this weekend. Glad I had a chance to see them before returning to Turkey!

Kinda tired of this DC weather...I mean choose what season u want it to's either gonna be spring or winter. Choose!

Just posted a photo @ Tidal Basin

Listen #DC, going 70 in left lane on Beltway is not appropriate.

DC has fewer kids than it used to: While more people live in DC than 10 years ago, fewer children do

Crime is up all over DC, new stats show.

Sooo crime is up in DC.... What else is new?

DC property crime is on the rise, likely fueled in part by a few burglars acting alone, hitting areas again and again

Just heard a chorus of a cappella singers from Corona HS in Southern California serenade a Metro station in DC. Very cool.

Wrapping up at office so I can head to airport for trip to Charlotte. Work 5mins frm DCA, live 5mins frm IAD, and yet headed to BWI. Boo

Is one air traffic controller enough? It is in a world where people never sleep, make mistakes or get suddenly ill.

Normal sleep a 'privilege' for night workers...DC air trafficcontroller working his 4th consecutive overnight shift

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