Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Park I Want Is (for Now) at Dupont


Update 8/25/2014: A representative from St. Thomas’ Parish has informed me that the new church, like the old, will include a labyrinth that is open to the public. Hooray!   My Weekly Museum Visits project had me using the Dupont … Continue reading

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Back and Forth at Farragut North


The thought of K Street (and its Metro stop, Farragut North) conjures up images of law firms and lobbyists. It is a world of Keurigs, conference rooms, and consultants, where the fast casual restaurants on every block and the food … Continue reading

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A Labyrinth to Enter at Metro Center


I recently achieved my goal of being able to say I have visited every Metrorail station in the DC area’s public transit system. (Every Metro station, that is, until the system opened five new ones on July 26.) So I … Continue reading

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