The Falls Church Colts ended their season on a low note, failing to win a game in a doubleheader against the Thomas Jefferson Nationals. Even though their campaign ended with losses in four out of the last five games, the Colts are looking ahead to what should be a bright […]
Jean and I spent last weekend in Williamsburg attending the 50th reunion of William and Mary’s Class of 1958. It was Jean’s class, not mine, but it was a great weekend nonetheless.
Several members of the George Mason wrestling team continued their impressive post-season runs with strong performances this past weekend at the Region B wrestling tournament. Mason’s trio of David Ray (140 lbs.), Barratt Kennett (171 lbs.) and Steve Parks (189 lbs.) led the way with regional championships and were joined […]
Vacationing in Montreal this weekend, I had a computer glitch that made it impossible to connect online. The experience made me think about how much the world has changed since the beginning of the technological revolution, particularly for the GLBT community.
Luis Dubuc didn’t like the view from the back of the stage. As the drummer for a metal band, he felt boxed in, beating out the same rhythms to the same monotonous songs over and over. He wanted a change.
It wasn’t the ending that the George Mason High School baseball team would have preferred, but it is one they will have to endure, as a 2-1 loss to Rappahannock in the semifinals of the Bull Run District tournament ended the Mustangs’ season.
A back and forth battle became a fourth quarter thriller and ultimately needed overtime as the Manassas Park Cougars clipped the George Mason Mustangs, 57-54, in the semifinals of the Bull Run District Tournament last Tuesday night.