News Briefs for the week of April 24 – April 30, 2008.
F.C. Schools Remain At Top in State, Nation
Some women in their 30s, 40s and early-50s who favor Barack Obama have a phrase to describe what they don’t like about Hillary Clinton: Shoulder-pad feminism.
DC Film Society Oscar Party, February 24, Arlington Cinema ‘N’ Draft House
Chantilly Academy cosmetology students raised money to benefit McKinley “Mac” Groseclose during a Cut-a-Thon for their annual community service project. Groseclose, shown here with his mom, a Chantilly alumna, and his friends, is recovering from brain cancer. (Photo: Wayne White)
NYC’s Smash Sister Act Swings Into the Birchmere First it was the Andrews sisters, then the Lennon sisters entertained us, followed by the Pointer sisters and recently the news-making Spears sisters. Look out and move over girls, the spotlight has shifted to the Pontani sisters, a trio making headlines in […]
You or someone you know has undoubtedly sat in front of a computer and laughed out loud at YouTube sensation What the Buck, who has more than 30,000 subscribers. His videos, which are also on MySpace and his own Web site, buckhollywood.com, give his humorous, sarcastic take on all things […]
The Marshall High School varsity girls basketball team was unable to put together a stretch of consistent play during the Seventh Place Game of the 2007 Book Jammin’ Hoops Tournament, and fell 42-31 to Thomas Jefferson High School.
‘The Narrative Figure: Work by Lee Arts Center Workshop Artists’
San Francisco rocker Matt Nathanson just couldn’t stay out of the studio. Over the course of three years he kept recording then returning, reworking and tinkering with tunes before heading out on tour. As soon as those tours ended, he’d be back in the studio reexamining his work, stripping it […]