The picture is not a pretty one at Nationals Park and those at home holding the remote control are inclined to agree.
I suppose I shouldn’t be as surprised as I am. After all, you don’t become an entrepreneurial mogul with seriously flawed foresight. However, I never, ever, ever expected Washington Capitals’ owner Ted Leonsis’s rose-colored prognostications regarding his team to play out in such grand fashion.
Congressional Schools of Virginia students (left to right) Maham Sohrab, Gilman Cuda and Aurelie Tu won the top three honors in the Annandale Rotary sponsored Four-Way Test essay contest, pictured here with Congressional’s Head of School Seth Ahlborn. (Photo: Courtesy Alyce Penn)
It may not have been easy, but it would have been rational for Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis to shy away from the record-setting 13-year, $124 million contract just given to Alexander Ovechkin.
Squirming and Diverting The Republican leadership in the General Assembly took withering criticism from the public for coming up with the idea of traffic “abuser fees” to raise transportation funds.