Author Archives: B-Money


In case you were wondering, my current job responsibilities suck enough words per day out of me to pretty much exhaust any writer-ly creativity I have left in my bones. That’s not to say I won’t write again in this … Continue reading

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Independence Avenue: Fright night

Independence Avenue: Fright night

Any sort of editorial comment will only tarnish the beauty of this work.

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Will Feral (the cat)

Eastern Market is an upscale area with a lot of beggars in it. And by beggars, I mean vermin. Perhaps the absolute worst part of living on Eighth Street SE (and there were many bests, don’t get me wrong) was … Continue reading

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Lights out, where the sun never sets

Sometimes, the intensity of D.C. just saps my own energy. Often the best way to re-absorb the city’s vibe is just to take a walk and soak it all on. The garishly painted rowhouses, alley cats, friendly and (unfriendly) people … Continue reading

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Get off my blacktop

Apologies for infrequent posting — that’s just going to be the way it is for the foreseeable future. Anyway… Got to kill some time in an alley or off the-beaten-path corner of the city? Here, let me brainstorm some ideas … Continue reading

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Anacostia River: A forgotten connection

The Post did a fantastic job on D.C.’s “forgotten river.” There are photographers, fishermen and activists that all get enjoyment out of beautiful body of water most dismiss as disgusting. Even bleery-eyed commuters rolling over Benning Road or East Capitol … Continue reading

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The porous Potomac

Couldn’t help but snap a picture of these two U.S. Border Patrol agents who crossed under the Potomac from D.C. to Virginia with me. Lord knows what sort of apprehension mission they were on; hopefully trying to prevent unwanted Virginians … Continue reading

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