Sometimes in the cash-strapped world of independent music, you have to get creative when it comes to putting out an album. In the case of D.C.-based Indie operatives Shane Hines and the Trance, that meant selling the album before it was even written.
What I’m about to say may surprise you. You might be a cheater and not even know it.
Our wish has been granted for we are indeed living in interesting times. The world’s economy is either collapsing or is putting on a very good imitation of doing so.
Also Blasts ‘Sacking’ of Falls Church Planners Editor, We want to express our full-throated support of the views expressed by Lou Mauro in his letter to the Editor last week condemning the sacking of Planning Commission members.
New Day Dawns A new era began this week with the inauguration of our 44th President, Barrack Hussein Obama.
WASHINGTON – The presidency of Barack Hussein Obama means that the dream of civil rights leader Martin Luther King has come true: The color line in the United States has been broken.
For the Week of January 13 – 19, 2009 Burglary, Residential, 1000 blk. Madison Lane., January 13, between 11:00 a.m. and 3:08 p.m., unknown person(s) broke inside an unoccupied residence by shattering the glass on a rear door. Nothing was taken from the residence. Larceny, Pocket Picking, Giant Foods, 1230 […]
For the first time in Inaugural history the bridges leading into Washington D.C. from Virginia have been shut down to regular traffic.
We received the call early in the afternoon of Thursday, January 8.
Now fully healed from an injury suffered last July, Tommy Steenberg is focused on being at his best for the upcoming U.S. Figure Skating Championships, taking place Jan. 18 – 25 in Cleveland, Ohio.