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As should probably be expected for a group named The Alternate Routes, the climb through the musical landscape hasn’t been a direct one.
Just about had it with the interminable presidential race? Becoming sated with the endless commentaries and prognostications of seemingly thousands of political gurus, each with their own ax to grind? Convinced that we are wallowing in campaign minutiae and rhetoric and brushing the real issues under the rug?
The immigration “debate” that seems to be growing in this country and throughout Virginia has many disquieting overtones. The most obvious, of course, are the thinly veiled expressions of deep racial and ethnic prejudice. These are strongly and heatedly denied, but I grew up in the Deep South in the […]
ZooLights at the National Zoo, Wednesday – Sundays through December 30, 6 – 8:30 p.m
The United States spends far more on health care per person than any other nation. Yet we have lower life expectancy than most other rich countries. Furthermore, every other advanced country provides all its citizens with health insurance; only in America is a large fraction of the population uninsured or […]
WASHINGTON — As if there were any doubt, a new book titled “Dead Certain” asserts that President Bush is deeply convinced that he did the right thing by invading Iraq.
Matt Mays describes the sound of Matt Mays & El Torpedo as down the middle, a balance between deep meaning and easily-digestible being the trademark of their songwriting catalogue. For fans of the band, that might not come as much of a surprise. Listening to Mays and his group, one […]
25th Anniversary Tour of “Cats,” Now through March 18, Warner Theatre, 13th & E, Washington, D.C.