I don’t remember anything from my first visit to the Waldorf Astoria, the famous New York City hotel. I don’t remember anything because I was only seven weeks old and it was eighty years ago. I was with my mother, who brought me with her in August 1936 from our […]
Author: Albert Eisele
It’s still a great restaurant but La Cote D’Or won’t be the same without Raymond Campet. Campet, 65, who founded the Falls Church French restaurant with his wife Lynne in 1992, died May 26 of cancer that was undetected until shortly before his death. Campet, a native of Vichy France, […]
Hey Beelzebub, it’s Chizbid here. I’m reporting in from Falls Church, Virginia, a nice little community close to the nation’s Capital. It calls itself The Little City, but it’s really a City of Schools and Churches. Anyway, it’s a perfect place to pursue my Satanic vocation of finding people who […]
My friend and neighbor Herb Kaplow died Sunday morning. The veteran journalist was 86 and the victim of the cruelest of fates, the inability to speak coherently because of dementia. He suffered a massive stroke a week ago and died in a suburban Virginia hospital with his wife Betty and three sons at his side.