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Here is a list of 10 DC websites/blogs that we think are worthy of your time and browser:

#1 – Marginal Revolution

 10 DC Websites You Should Know About But Don't
Website: http://www.MarginalRevolution.com
Local George Mason economists chime in on the news of the day.


#2 – DC Like a Local

 10 DC Websites You Should Know About But Don't
Website: http://www.dclikealocal.com/ | Twitter: @DCLikeALocal
A local blog written by a certified DC tourist. Yes! DC does require a test for this. Author Tim Krepp shares the techniques and tips for getting the best out of DC. We’ve actually sited his theory on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in our Urban Legends of the Lincoln Memorial post. Not often updated but past posts are certainly worth your time.


#3 – Curbed DC

 10 DC Websites You Should Know About But Don't
Website: http://dc.curbed.com/ | Twitter: @CurbedDC
Want to know more about DC real estate and neighborhoods? This is the blog for you. It’s not boring site about houses, it has lots of interesting items even renters will love.


#4 – ARL Now

 10 DC Websites You Should Know About But Don't
Website: http://www.arlnow.com/ | Twitter: @ARLnowDOTcom
Everybody knows about Prince of Petworth and all of the local DC blogs. However, there’s a great one for you Northern Virginians. Sorry, Alexandria, no soup for you.


#5 – Ghosts of DC

 10 DC Websites You Should Know About But Don't
Website: http://www.GhostsOfDc.org | Twitter: @GhostsofDC
Ghosts does a great job of sharing the history of DC with fun facts and photos.


#6 – Frozen Tropics


Website: http://frozentropics.blogspot.com | Twitter: @FrozenTropics
Frozen Tropics offers a look of whats going on in Trinidad, H Street, and capitol hill.


#7 – Breaking Calvin


Website: https://clayton-hanson.squarespace.com/breaking-calvin/
A local author uses Calvin and Hobbes to depict scenes from Breaking Bad. Five seasons, in fact.


#8 – 14 and You


Website: 14thandYou.Blogspot.com
Want to follow whats going on at U street? This blog keeps you updated in the fastest growing areas in DC.


#9 – Post Secret


Website: http://www.postsecret.com/ | Twitter: @PostSecret
An ongoing “community” art project where people from around the world send secrets through post cards. You’ve probably seen and read the book before. Who knew it started here?


#10 – MightyHeaton.com

10 DC Websites You Should Know About But Don't
Website: www.MightyHeaton.com | Twitter: @MightyHeaton
OK, this is a shameless plug, but if you haven’t followed our own Andrew Heaton, you should.


Are we missing one? Let us know in the comment section!


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