In a future dystopian society, a group of young combatants battle each other in a competition where the last one alive is the winner. That sounds like a logline for “The Hunger Games.” Now add in the corporate consumerism on the day after Thanksgiving – and lots of broad humor […]
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Bella Gaia (Courtesy Photo). Bella Gaia, an immersive audiovisual experience calling humans to reconnect with nature...
An assortment of Ted’s Bulletin poptarts. (Photo: News-Press) The Mosaic District might seem like an odd location...
Photo: Jim Jenkins/Smithsonian’s National Zoo Falls Church may be considering lighting up its trees for the first...
Aram Fingal (left), has been featured in Critter Corner before, but he has a new sister. The pup on the right is Turanga Leela, who was just adopted from Homeward Trails Animal Rescue – she was tied up outdoors for over 6 weeks and needed surgery after almost losing her […]Read more ›
Amsterdam Falafelshop, one of the more popular grub huts in Adams Morgan for a while now, opened up a new location in Clarendon last month as part of a push to become a national franchise. The Adams Morgan location – with the priciest menu item coming in at less than […]Read more ›
New Jersey-based folk singer Spook Handy first met Pete Seeger in 2003 when Seeger invited Handy to perform with him at the Pumpkin Festival in Beacon, NY. Seeger was introduced to Handy’s work by hearing his political folk anthem “Vote.” “He asked me if I ever heard of founder’s disease…and […]Read more ›
Princess is a 9-year-old miniature schnauzer that is all love. She is usually looks royal, but was very patient while the kids made her look biker chic!Read more ›
Singer-songwriter Nicholas David told the News-Press in an interview ahead of his Wednesday show at The Hamilton in Washington, D.C. that the past couple of years have been crazy. He was a finalist on the third season of NBC’s “The Voice,” and has been enjoying a noticeable increase in demand […]Read more ›