Subsidy is Too High, Scale ‘George’ Back Editor, I’m writing in support of the continuation of the George on a scaled back, more self-sufficient basis.
My introduction to eggnog came at about the age of 7 in the form of my grandmother’s do-it-yourself kit: One egg, an 8-ounce glass, a spoonful of sugar, a little bottle of vanilla extract and a fork.
Whereas the Crachits could hardly have contained their excitement at Scrooge’s gift of a large prize turkey, they would have been just fine with the lackluster Christmas goose – unlike in America, goose has been the norm for the Europeans, especially before the 16th century.
Christmas is here! It finally arrived last Sunday during the Follow the Light Christmas By Candlelight Concert at the Immanuel Bible Church in Springfield.
Trent Dabbs had an interesting lament. He wondered, if Nashville wasn’t known as Music City, if it didn’t have such an enormous reputation as a musical mecca, would people pay more attention to the burgeoning-but-under-appreciated indie scene blossoming inside its borders?
The holidays are a great time of year … unless you’re looking for live music. Let’s be honest, this time of year carolers and choirs are usually the best you can do on the concert scene with most bands worth watching spending their holidays at home.
Adaptability seems to be a crucial trait for musicians these days. With the traditional record-label-backed system a thing of the past and the modern industry in a constant state of flux, the environment is more hostile than ever for songwriters trying to get by on songs alone.
YOUNG VOLUNTEER Zack Sanders is shown with his dad taking some of the breakfast meals to the over 400 homeless who were served at Falls Church’s Original Pancake House on Christmas morning. There were over 50 volunteers to help Jeff and Jane Bulman, owners of the Original Pancake House, who’ve […]
When consumerism curdles, it’s tempting to become an emotional Marxist about Christmas.
Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” Ford’s Theatre, Through Saturday, Dec. 29.