- Artist of the Day: The Black Crowes. Fave songs 1) Hard to Handle 2) She Talks to Angels 3) Remedy https://t.co/VXtVUlfRIr 22 hours ago
- Soooo happy to see @thescottevans on TV again! And the unstoppable @VWOfficial !! #werk @DaytimeDivas #guilypleasure 1 day ago
- Artist of the Day: Shawn Mendes Fave songs: (1) Treat You Better (2) There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back (3) Mercy https://t.co/ZLqFmEqEt8 3 days ago
- Sky opened up about 30 min earlier than expect. #wetpappa 6 days ago
- Artist of the Day: Jody Watley. Fave 3 songs: 1) Friends 2) Looking for a New Love 3) Real Love https://t.co/cvgbIQ1Jsq 6 days ago
Politics & Pop Culture from a homocon.
Morning Shot: April 27, 2012
April 27, 2012Posted by on
- Birthday Shots
A couple of birthday shots to pour this morning. Brendan Tupa, affectionly known as “Chavez” is celebrating a birthday today, as is Tom Nagelberg. Happy birthday gentlemen!
- The Messiah?
The Redskins have a new savior… again! Heisman winner and Baylor alum Robert Griffin III was the overall #2 draft pick by the Washington Redskins yesterday in the NFL Draft. Two things you need to know: (1) the Redskins will still suck; and (2) Dan Snyder is still a prick.
- DC Transportation Just More Expensive
Up up and away! Last week we saw an increase in cab fares from $1.50 to $2.16 per mile. Now metro is set to raise there prices too. On July 1, Metro fares will go up around five percent. Base peak fares on trains will increase from $1.95 to $2.10, and the maximum fare will jump from $5 to $5.75. Off-peak fares will go from $1.60 to $1.70 and top out at $3.50. The peak-of-the-peak surcharge will be eliminated.
- Fox Renews Fringe for 13 Episodes
This makes me VERY happy! The producers tweeted last night that the perpetual bubble-show was given the green light for a half-season order next fall which will presumably be designed to wrap up the ongoing, alternate-universe exploits of Olivia, Peter and Walter. Great news!
- NoMa Summer Screen Lineup
Danger, Will Robinson! Danger! The NoMa Business Improvement District’s just announced its slate of movies for its annual summer screening. This year’s theme is end-of-the-world movies. The Day After Tomorrow (May 23), Dr. Strangelove (May 30), Men in Black (June 6), Independence Day (July 4), Red Dawn (July 11) just to name a few.