A little less than a year ago, Nashville music artist Erin McCarley stood on stage at the South By Southwest music festival in Austin,Texas, preparing to perform tracks from her debut album, Love, Save the Empty, for the first time ever in a live setting.
Daniel Negreanu on Poker: Limiting Losses with Marginal Hands
A common mistake made by amateurs is that they often get involved in big pots with marginal hands when they’re out of position.
A Penny for Your Thoughts: News from Greater Falls Church
Last week’s historic Inauguration of our 44th president, Barack Obama, was an electrifying experience for almost anyone involved.
Press Pass with Finger Eleven
When the men of Finger Eleven first tracked out hit song “Paralyzer” from latest album Them Vs. You Vs. Me, they had no clue the bright future it would have.
Mothers Learn Their X’s and O’s: It’s ‘Ready, Set Hike’ for Football Moms in Fairfax County
School’s about to be back in session and local jocks aren’t the only ones feeling the rigorous burn from two-a-day style drills lately – their moms are right out there with them.
Local Contestant Vies for Vowels on ‘Wheel of Fortune’
When Deborah Koenig received an email from the Wheel of Fortune inviting her to attend a contestant audition in Washington, D.C., she didn’t believe it.
Radford Ruins Mason High’s Drive for Five
Boys Tennis Team Stopped in State Semis; Goetz/Vroom Fall in Doubles Final George Mason High School’s streak of four consecutive state championships in boys tennis came to an end Friday, as Radford gritted through severe cramping issues and blistering heat to unseat the defending Group A state champs.
Virginia Group A State Tournament: Radford Ruins Mason’s ‘ Drive for 5’
Bobcats Beat Four-Time Defending State Champion Mustangs in Boys Tennis Semis George Mason High School’s streak of four consecutive state championships in boys tennis came to an end Friday, as Radford gritted through severe cramping issues and blistering heat to unseat the defending Group A state champs.
In Schools Across U.S., the Melting Pot Overflows
STERLING, Va. — Some 55 million youngsters are enrolling for classes in the nation’s schools this fall, making this the largest group of students in America’s history and, in ethnic terms, the most dazzlingly diverse since waves of European immigrants washed through the public schools a century ago.