Compassion Over Killing Funding Day at Java Green, January 19 at 11 a.m.
Seattle SuperSonics at Washington Wizards, Verizon Center, Sunday, Jan. 6, 1 p.m.
There are few things as esoteric as spirits, wines and beers. There are literally millions of each around the world, and each has a following. Some more than others, of course, but tastes and customs vary so widely that anything goes.
A strikingly modern Indian restaurant just off Old Dominion Drive in McLean, Café Taj is a contemporary oasis. A multi-tiered white marble fountain sits just inside the entryway greeting diners with a peaceful babble, some pause, toss a coin and make a wish. White columns flank both sides of the […]
As Kermit the Frog succinctly states, “It’s not easy being green.” In the development realm, it might not be easy, but it’s proving worth the effort.
With the golden crusted ducks and chickens hanging prominently in the restaurant’s glass window, it is easy to be reminded of the many restaurants that line the streets of New York’s Chinatown, but this Hong Kong style eatery is located in fair Falls Church.
Harbored inside Yorktown Shopping Center in Falls Church, Jasmine Garden awaits. It is an Asian wonderland, serving Chinese, Thai and Malaysian cuisine. Once inside the door, a full bar, as well as a contemporary Sushi Bar, invites guests to come in and partake of its offerings. The music thumps overhead, […]
As I poured a generous splash of Arizona Green Tea into the skillet to deglaze it from the sauteed chicken and shallots I’d just removed, it occurred to me how underutilized tea is in much of our cuisine.
The Marshall High Statesmen spanned the touchdown-scoring spectrum to start their opening-round playoff game and would never relinquish their lead in a dominant 35-14 win against Mt. Vernon High School last Friday night.
Wizards vs. Magic, Saturday, November 3 at the Verizon Center