Mike,Looks like the Redskins took your advice and drafted for need rather than splash. What do you think of their haul? Joe G.
The road to riches in the music industry is never easy, just look at D.C.-based band Honor By August.
Rising Washington Wizards star Nick Young made a special appearance in the City of Falls Church last week, signing autographs and chatting with fans at the PNC Bank in the new Read Building on West Broad.
While Radiohead receives a ton of attention for its innovative sound and Death Cab for Cutie is constantly trumpeted for its profound lyrics, there may be no band out there with as much creative firepower as New York-based Stellastarr*.
After 102 losses, Washington, D.C.’s long Nationals nightmare is over.
Garrett Dutton has never really ridden at the forefront of the technology curve. Dutton, better known by his performing handle of G. Love, once swore he would never own a CD player, that he was only into vinyl. He caved. Now he has an iPod.
For the best of the best when it comes to diners, Bob and Edith’s off Columbia Pike tops the list. An Arlington landmark for nearly four decades, Bob and Edith’s promises a traditional diner meal that is satisfying and just short of a heart attack.
This is getting old. Right? The Nats not playing well, it’s a little too reminiscent of all the seasons Washington fans wasted on the Senators, isn’t it? The fans — and the taxpayers that are footing the bill for the new ballpark — deserve better don’t they?
It is extremely rare, since the days of Our Gang and Freddy Bartholomew to the present, for child performers to transition to successful adult careers in entertainment. Far more are the crash-and-burn accounts of used and abused kids whose lives wind up in the toilet as adults.