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Yet another college theatre troupe revival of the 1971 Broadway musical “Godspell” at Catholic University last weekend featured a radiant performance by Falls Church’s Nathan Ward, who played and sang the lead role of Jesus.
Since opening the renowned Citronelle on M Street, Chef Michel Richard has piled up awards like “Titanic” at the Oscars. The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington named him Chef of the Year in 2002. AAA has given the restaurant four diamonds every year since 2001. Last year, Washingtonian named it […]
While waiting to see how the contest between a demand-killing recession and shrinking oil stockpiles plays out, it might be worthwhile to spend a little time reviewing the world’s electricity situation. If there is any form of energy that would be sorely missed by people who had once had it, […]
As the United Nations’ Secretary General Ban Ki Moon travels to Darfur to see conditions there in advance of the deployment of U.N. peace keeping forces, we are once again reminded of the indispensable role of this international institution in our troubled world today.
On Oct. 4, the documentary film Wrestling With Angels: Playwright Tony Kushner will open in several cities around the country. The title comes from Kushner’s most famous work, Angels in America, considered one of the defining dramas about the AIDS epidemic.