Welcome, dear freshmen, to the return of Missed Connections! For those of you just joining us, we here at Vox (specifically, me) enjoy taking a few moments out of our day to acknowledge those whose romantic lives have… Read More
Vox’s Missed Connections: Chronicling America’s slide towards cultural armageddon since 1969. I refuse to believe there are men who patronize Baked and Wired without glasses.
It looks like the summer sun and some strenuous exercise at Georgetown’s own field house are causing students and residents to work up a healthy appetite for some long-shot lovin’. Except, apparently, for robots. Athletic, intellectual, and above… Read More
Anyone remember that fire at Hook yesterday? It looks like there was more than one type of sizzle in the vicinity. “One of Georgetown’s restaurants may be filled with the fires of tragedy and extensive property damage, but… Read More
Today, I introduce Vox’s readers to my latest postulate: the Facebook threshold. It’s a fairly simple concept, in theory – if by the end of a social encounter one hasn’t gathered enough personal information to find a given… Read More
Let’s cut the small talk and get straight to the chase, Craigslist romantics: I want to blog you tonight. Hipster-tastic!