Monthly Archives: May 2013

Comparing NYC and DC

I just returned from a few days of meetings in New York City and from the start found myself comparing the Big Apple to D.C.  in many ways. In New York: I could walk around on a very sunny day and not … Continue reading

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Venturing Outside the Beltway

People in D.C. talk about “life inside the Beltway,” the I-495 loop that encircles Washington and the closest-in Maryland and Virginia suburbs. The term is usually used to describe a geographical bubble inside which conversation leans to politics and topics that … Continue reading

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