“Early to bed, early to rise, work like hell, and advertise!” This little ditty was quoted by Ted Turner in a recent interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” touted as a remedy for the small business person or entrepreneur struggling to make it during economic hard times.
More than 5,000 Fairfax County voters exercised their privilege to cast ballots at the Mason District Governmental Center during the 16 days of in-person absentee voting that concluded on Saturday.
If America Ferrera’s love interest/musically-inclined neighbor seems like a natural on the stage during this season of ABC’s “Ugly Betty,” well, it’s because he is.
School Bus Driver Job Is Not an Easy One Editor, This letter is in response to the letter written by Merelyn Kaye about the “New Bus Schedule” for the City of Falls Church.
Well, it’s over! The Democratic nomination battle, that is. It was a hard fought race, and as it progressed it developed some corrosive animosities between hard core Obama and Clinton fans.
This might seem an odd time to think about apple ciders and apple wines, but don’t be surprised if you end up serving some at your Fourth of July backyard picnic.
The sailing has never been entirely smooth for South African hard rockers Seether and the recent years have been especially rocky. Guitarist Pat Callahan walked away from the band. Lead singer Shaun Morgan endured a rather public break up with Evanescence lead singer Amy Lee, the co-crooner on Seether’s smash-hit […]
Canadian Jeffrey Buttle, after winning the men’s World Figure Skating Championship in Sweden last weekend, noted in a TV interview that he’d come a long way since starting to skate at age two.
I’ll level with you. The most pressing question on my mind is whether or not Washington Nationals’ GM has secured a flux capacitor-equipped DeLorean destined for the year 2002. That way, the GM’s recent acquisitions of Brett Boone and Odalis Perez would look a whole lot more exciting.
If this winter feels warmer to you, there’s no need to blame global warming or El Nino. Instead the cause may lie in Nashville’s Opryland Hotel, where baseball’s so called “Hot Stove” is ablaze and the trade winds are fanning the flames to every major leage market.