Holiday shopping season extends well beyond video games, gaudy sweaters and plasma TV sets. Take the spirits industry, for example.
Last week, I joined Governor Kaine, Senator Webb and six of Virginia’s Native American tribes in Richmond for the annual commemoration of the peace treaty between the tribes and the King of England. Originally signed by England’s Lord Charles II and royal governor Herbert Jeffreys in 1677, the event has […]
Arlington’s American Century Theater has a hit on its hands, or at least it should.
There’s a lot about Pope Benedict XVI not to like, but a so-called “prophecy” attributed to him this week by Italian Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti on the current global economic meltdown resonates with a lot of truth.
The news came yesterday that for only the seventh month since 1947, October 2008 marked a one-percent decline in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), suddenly raising the specter of things far worse than a mere recession, but a deflation and depression.
James (Jim/Jumbo) B. Gathercoal, 52, a member of the George Mason High School Class of 1973, All District Football Player and Master Carpenter passed away on Wednesday, October 22, 2008.
WASHINGTON – Democracy is the real winner in this week’s presidential election, when American voters made history.
The United States is on the verge of perhaps the most profound cultural sea change in its history.
Two prominent Falls Church members among those who voted to defect from the Episcopal Church in 2006 played a major role in promoting Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to be selected as the GOP vice presidential candidate, according to an article in the Oct. 27 issue of the New Yorker magazine.
Once upon a time the Tampa Bay Rays were terrible. Beyond terrible. Losing was a routine and the rebuilding project was interminable.