I once had a revealing conversation with an A-list news reporter, when I was trying to convince him to cover the scientific distortions of Focus on the Family’s James Dobson. He declined to do so because he felt that Dobson lies so frequently that it wasn’t news.
As Tropical Storm Hanna’s showers and gloom finally dissipated, I stumbled upon a a restaurant in Fairfax that was comforting in any weather – P.J. Skidoos.
“Picturing Politics 2008: Artists Speak to Power,” at Arlington Arts Center (3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington). Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit runs through Sept. 27. Call 703- 248-6800 or visit arlingtonartscenter.org.
It must be appreciated that the current Russian military operation in Georgia comes in the context of eight years of a profoundly-destructive Bush administration thuggish, unilateralist foreign policy.
As late as a month ago, it felt like the spotlight would never shift. The focus of these Olympics, held in the city of Beijing, would forever focus on China’s socio-political problems.
McLean Loses Chance At All-Stars Victory After winning their District-4 championship, McLean’s manager Paul Schiffman said the team’s “strength is our hitting; the question will be will our pitching hold up.”
As national attention dwells on economic woes and approaching elections, the day-to-day coverage of the Iraq War is lost to quick sound bites and brief flashes across the television screen. Brenda Elthon aims to change that by capturing the American pulse with Songs for our Soldiers, a melodic odyssey that […]
“She’s So Articulate: Black Woman Artists Reclaim the Narrative” Through July 19 at Arlington Art Center (3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington). Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Call 703-248-6800 or visit www.arlingtonartscenter.org.
SAN ANTONIO — It takes more money than ever to make a bottle of wine these days. The cost of the bottle itself has gone up, as have the prices of corks and even foil caps.
The 16th Annual Capital Jazz Festival Friday through Sunday, June 6 – 8, at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia MD. Peformers include Average White Band, Chris Botti, Jonathan Butler, Randy Crawford and Joe Sample, Brian Culbertson and the Funk Experience, Down to the Bone, Roberta Flack, Ken Ford, Four80East, Howard […]