- I'm wondering why a guest post on the Takoma Park-Silver Spring Co-Op landed on Prince of Petworth. Why waste your time? Honey, there are plenty of Silver Spring blogs you can send your tips to.
- Elizabeth Wright, granddaughter of architect Frank Lloyd Wright and a one-time MoCo resident, returns to speak about her new book at the Silver Spring library next month. Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression is a recollection of her parents' marriage based on letters found in their Bethesda home, which was designed by Wright in 1953. The event's at 7:30pm on Tuesday, May 4 at the library, located of course at 8901 Colesville Road.
(If you're into architecture, you'll have no luck seeing this house outside of Google Images; it's never been open to the public, but you can sneak by if you're ever near Bradley Boulevard and Seven Locks Road. To see a Frank Lloyd Wright house without trespassing, visit the Pope-Leighey House in Alexandria.)
- Paint Branch High School's newspaper, the Mainstream, likes Papa John's in Burtonsville a little too much. (See what happens when you run out non-chain businesses?) Funnier is the ad next to the article saying Domino's beats Papa John's in a taste test: