Thanks for publishing my photos of @TroyeSivan, @Billboard and @BillboardPride at this year’s Capital Pride Concert (@CapitalPrideDC), in Washington, DC USA (of course).
Besides the fantastic performance, what I remember is Sivan’s recounting of his own personal experience coming out to his family, which is recounted here:
Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash. It’s of Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser), at this year’s U Street Funk Parade (@FunkParade). Funk, and the future, doesn’t create itself. More photos from the parade: Photos: 2018 Funk Parade, Washington, DC USA DC voters are pretty happy with their incumbents, based on results of Tuesday’s primary, …
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Have I ever mentioned how much I love this century? Thanks for using my photograph, @CBCKids. It was taken during last year’s historic Equality March, in Washington, DC USA. Remember that love is love, and when two grown-ups love each other, it’s never a bad thing. I’m happy to support the work that 🇨🇦 is …
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This is a good overview of how to think about nutrition for various populations, via the #Food4Thought18 series.
Unlike the previous paper in the series that I just read (Just Read: Dietary fat and cardiometabolic health evidence, controversies, and consensus for guidance (written by the team of non-usual collaborators…)), I don’t know how often this group of authors collaborates.
I know and visited Will Yancy, MD, (@DrWillYancy) recently at the Duke Diet and Fitness Center (@DukeDFC), and was really impressed with what I saw (Just Read and Just Visited: Duke Diet and Fitness Center and Management of Type Diabetes With a Very Low–Carbohydrate Diet – More reasons I love this century)
who is responsible for creating emoji im going to yell at them until we get a trans pride flag emoji — erin (@it_is_erin) June 18, 2018 These tweets still cross the wire. The answer to the question in the post is – “I don’t know” Not much has changed since I last spoke about this …
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Thanks again, @DCPolicyCenter, for using my photographs to adorn this informative analysis on our startup scence. Noting: In 2016, District startups within the Accommodation & Food Services sector created on average over 25 percent of all new job within the sector each quarter. Typically, firms within the Accommodation and Food Services sector provide customers with …
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Thanks for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It appears there will be more photos to be taken, details below. The rally will take place on Saturday, June 30, at Lafayette Square. Source: Thousands Plan To Protest Trump’s Child Separation Policy Outside White House: DCist
This paper is part of a pretty remarkable series published by BMJ (which you can access here).
If you know the names of the people in the nutrition space, these are not names that appear on papers together usually (ever)? Their cred in this space precedes them. I’m sure many would love to be on the conference calls or emails where the piece was being formulated.
The papers are tied to a remarkable dialogue hosted by @SwissRe last week, which you can also access here.
I actually thought this was the more significant of the two talks that Andrew Mente, PhD (@andrewmente) gave at Low Carb Breckenridge (#lcb18) – The other one on saturated fat (see: Just Watched (again): Andrew Mente, PhD – “Current advice to limit total fat to less than 30%E and saturated fat to less than 10%E …
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Thanks (again) for publishing my photographs, @ggwash. Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? We came here to help the 🌎 learn to ❤️ better, which it ultimately is. #LoveAlwaysWins Our Greater and Lesser Washington Flickr pool contributors were out in force at Pride last weekend! Here are some of our favorite rainbow-themed images to brighten up your …
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Thank you for publishing my photograph, @DCist, and for being back in service. Noting that the go-to image for gentrification is the Whole Foods store on H Street NE. I would say that’s an in-the-know selection for several reasons. I wrote about what’s happening on H-Street previously (see: Photo Friday: Healing H Street, NE with …
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Thanks for publishing my photograph, @Washingtonian magazine, in this piece written by Alan Neuhauser and Elliot Williams (@ecwilliams30). Once in a while, I take note of the photo that’s chosen (which is the choice of the publication, they don’t need to consult me, and I don’t require it), and suggest a better one, and that’s …
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