2024-07-17 6:18 AM

PHOTO GALLERY: Bastille Day at La Cote d’Or in Falls Church


ONCE AGAIN ON BASTILLE DAY this year, Westmoreland Avenue on the border of Falls Church and Arlington was clogged with waiters from the La Cote D’Or restaurant competing for big prizes in their traditional race. The waiters carry full glasses on champagne on a tray down the street, around the corner, and back again. The […]

Daniel Negreanu on Poker: A Powerful Tell

Success at poker is ultimately the result of solid fundamentals and the ability to read your opponents’ betting patterns. This is especially true when playing online. But playing live poker is a completely different animal. In this venue, the presence of physical tells can not be overlooked.

Our Man in Arlington

Reader Alert! Be forewarned that much of the following is pure plagiarism, taken from the ArlingtonArtsletterOnline. Sorry about that, but the list of things to do in Arlington during the next month underline one of the main themes of this column: that Arlington is a remarkably cohesive yet diverse community. So here is a list […]

Virginia Group A State Tournament: Mason Girls Soccer Scores First State Title Since 2004

Freshman Miller’s 4 Goals Give Mustangs Championship, Bright Future Friday afternoon, it was Mason High senior Olivia Scott’s moment to shine, nailing the clinching penalty kick in a triumphant victory over defending state champion Radford High School in the state semifinals. Saturday in the group A state championship game, Scott’s last game with George Mason […]

Jody’s Jam of The Week

thingstododc.com's Pre-St. Patricks Day Drafts and Darts, Sunday, March 16 from 4 – 6 p.m. at Ireland's Four Fields, Washington, DC

Jim Moran’s News Commentary

Filing your annual tax return with the IRS can be a pain. But this year, the pain will be worth it – even if a person does not have enough income to necessitate filing. That is because if you make under $75,000 as an individual, $150,000 if you file jointly or if you reported no […]