THIS IS DAHLIA SKELLY, an 8-year-old Havanese who lives in North Arlington. She likes barking at the wind, burrowing in blankets and begging for food. She likes long walks and sunbathing on the deck.
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THE PAD FRESH GINGER at Lucky Thai was a little spicy, sweet and earthy. (Photo: Drew Cosltey/News-Press) When Lucky...
JAMIE KILSTEIN. (Photo: Ari Scott) Jamie Kilstein and The Agenda have bold, overtly political messages in their music...
CREED BRATTON (left) with PF Sloan. (Courtesy Photo) Creed Bratton, the actor who played a character named after himself...
by Caitlin Spiegel – Oakton High School The archetypes of the Cinderella story can be seen in cultural folktales as diverse as Germany, China and the early Americas. The origin of the musical begins in the mid-1950’s with the CBS television network. Executives sought out prominent Broadway writing duo Rodgers and […]Read more ›
LOCAL POOCH JULIUS CAESAR KRACHMAN, who will celebrate his first birthday next month, holds a recent edition of his favorite newspaper. Born on May 3, 2015, he is a Portuguese Water Dog.Read more ›
Caspian, a post-rock band from Beverly, Mass., had some things to say with their latest album, Dust and Disquiet, which was released in September 2015. Usually mostly an instrumental rock group that uses vocals for melody to blend with the instrumentals, Caspian’s latest departs from that tendency. “We’ve had vocals […]Read more ›
This is Caroline in her favorite spot. Caroline came to her family on Christmas Day from some dear friends, who thought her family had been without a cat for too long! Caroline and her sister Somerset have brought joy beyond anything her family could have imagined.Read more ›
A lot has changed for Eve 6, the pop punk/alternative rock outfit from Southern California who had a series of smash hits in the late ‘90s and early ‘00s. After finding success in the music scene in their teenage years and into their early 20s and doing business with major […]Read more ›
Musicals, hip-hop, a Shakespeare spoof and drama are set to open at local high schools this weekend and continue through the first weekend in May, and two, “Cinderella” and “Loserville,” are area premieres! Where do I buy tickets? McLean High School will present the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “Cinderella” complete […]Read more ›