stephanie | Mar 29, 2012 | 4:00PM | Uncategorized

Where we talk about stuff (happening in and around D.C.) we didn’t write about but is still something you may care to get all riled about and comment on. So, without further ado – today, in other D.C. media sources:

>>>>>>>>>>>> Here is a Featured Event >>>>>>>>>>>>
Saturday 10/29
The Bentzen Ball Presents: Last Podcast On The Left @ DC Improv
https://lastpodcast.eventbrite.com BYT brings you: Last Podcast on the Left Halloween Bentzen Ball Edition! Presented by Heineken Last Podcast on the Left is a comedy podcast that covers all the horrors our world has to offer both imagined and real, from demons and aliens to cults and serial killers. Each week, three comedians investigate spooky and violent events in history using gallows humor and detailed research and prove that the true crime community isn't just for "doctors" with "expertise" in their "field." The Last Podcast is guaranteed to satisfy your blood lust and make you laugh at things you will probably feel guilty about later. Hosted by: Marcus Parks (Cave Comedy Radio, The Onion) Ben Kissel (TruTV, VH1, Red Eye on FOX NEWS) Henry Zebrowski (Heroes Reborn, Wolf of Wall Street, Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell) Recommended for Mature Audiences ~~CROOSH DEETS~~ Saturday, Oct 29th, 2016 Afternoon Show! 2:30pm Doors / 3:30pm Show DC Improv Comedy Club 1140 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC 20001 $16.66 tickets on sale now! This is an 18+ event. ~~~~ Thanks to our sponsor: http://www.heineken.com/ ~~~ More Bentzen Ball shows available at: http://www.bentzenball.com Stay informed: http://www.twitter.com/byt
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  • Well hello, D.C.! We might not have many city-wide staples but what we do have is 100% all our own… or is it? Looks like the District’s beloved condiment, Mumbo Sauce, may actually hail from Chicago. Here’s the info and a recipe for your very own… (via HuffPost DC)
  • Washington City Paper’s annual Best of D.C. list is up today, featuring the best chefs, new restaurants, up-and-coming neighborhoods, lounges, coffee shops, karaoke, etc. etc. etc. etc. Check out the Readers’ Poll results right here and the staff’s picks here.
  • The last thing anyone in D.C. wants to ask for fear of the answer: Is Metro’s escalator problem getting worse? (via TBD)
  • As you’ve probably noticed, our weather has been a little crazy lately. One minute you’re eating your incredibly healthy chinese takeout in the sun/working outdoors, the next you’re sprinting inside shielding your laptop and beef & broccoli for dear life. Luckily and fashionably, there’s a handy slideshow for the best/most stylish jackets for D.C.’s hot-to-cold quick changes. (via Washingtonian)
  • Red-light runners beware; Mayor Vince Gray is planning on installing more cameras at D.C.’s intersections, hoping to augment last year’s record ticket figures. (via Washington City Paper)
  • And so it begins: construction on 14th and U is finally underway. Here are some photos of the intersection that’s about to change for good, and in case you’ve forgotten, here’s what the area will look like when completed. Note: Trader Joe’s not included in illustration but we’re so excited all the same. (via Prince of Petworth)
  • And lastly, if you haven’t heard of Route 29’s Batman, the Post has the scoop on the DMV’s caped crusader + his charitable, heartwarming purpose. And if that wasn’t enough for you, hey ladies–he’s single. (via Washington Post)

    (Jonathan Newton // The Washington Post)

Recent Comments:
  • svetlana Svetlana says:

    we should have Route 29’s BATMAN be a BYT guest editor for a day.

  • stephanie Breijo says:


  • nate says:

    I approve.