Ice Cream Tasting & Animal Charity Benefit, March 22, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., at Asylum, Washington, D.C.
A McMansion? Or a McHotel? That’s the question facing our community as a property owner in the Seven Corners area has applied for a building permit to construct a new “house” with 13 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms on a lot that currently holds a 1950s-style brick and frame rambler. The […]
The most shocking thing about Bush advisor Karl Rove’s “exit interview” with Meet the Press’ David Gregory last Sunday was nothing from the briefing notes that Rove rattled off during the half hour. It came right at the end, when Gregory aired a video clip showing Rove as a college […]
“I don’t love rock songs so much,” The Frames’ Glen Hansard says over the phone prior to a Tuesday night show in Minneapolis. “I know I should … I’m in a rock band.”
When a devout Muslim taxi driver refuses to take you where you want to go because you have luggage containing alcohol, the only appropriate response is, “shut up and drive.”
It doesn’t seem to fit. It simply doesn’t follow that New York City, the city that gave the world The Ramones and the Beastie Boys would be home to a band that features a glockenspiel. It doesn’t seem possible that these pastoral songs befitting a Willa Cather novel would be […]
It’s Labor Day weekend and, like always, there’s not a whole heckuva lot to do. It’s the last weekend before the NFL returns to action, school has yet to start— the only real action is Jerry Lewis’ telethon and that doesn’t get going until Sunday night.