Some of the best poker advice I ever received came from someone who didn’t even play the game.
There are solo albums and then there are solo albums. The latest release by Ben Kenney, falls most squarely into the latter category.
No matter how many years you’ve played this game, it’s still important to review a personal checklist about your own game every time you sit down to play.
There’s a certain directness about Brooklyn-based songwriter Jennifer O’Connor, a no-nonsense preference for Point-A-to-Point-B.
There’s plenty of discussion on internet poker forums about the differences between tournament and cash game players.
With three of the four judges returning from last year’s Taste of Falls Church, this year’s restaurant entrants will have to step it up in order to impress these veteran taste buds. Here, the judges provide insights on their personal palettes and what gets their mouths watering.
Congress held the first hearing last week on the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) policy since it was enacted in 1993. As you may know the law, signed by President Clinton, was the compromise reached after attempts failed to end the ban on gays and lesbians from serving in the […]
For those who blame Sen. Chuck Schumer for the failure of the IndyMac Bank in California last weekend, alleging his identification of the bank’s troubles triggered a run, what are they saying now about the prominent front page headline and story in yesterday’s Washington Post baring Wachovia Bank’s dirty laundry? […]
Mike Hume tackes questions from his magic mailbag, saying that all a Big Brown win at Belmont would yield is a slew of children’s book-worthy headlines.
When former Sen. Sam Nunn (D-GA) endorsed Barack Obama in April and announced he would serve as a national security advisor, pundits naturally began speculating on his vice presidential prospects. The argument in favor of Nunn is that he is a former Chairman of the Armed Services Committee, which would […]