2024-06-20 2:26 PM

Press Pass: Summer Playlist Edition


There are few occasions that demand a soundtrack more than a summer road trip. As the days’ heat up, we took the liberty of assembling a set of liberating tunes befitting of a vernal adventure.

Community News and Notes

  Community Yard Sale Sleepy Hollow Manor will hold a community yard sale on June 14 from 8 a.m.—noon. In case of rain, the event will take place on June 21. Signs on Sleepy Hollow Rd. will direct visitors to the yard sale. Children clothing and toys as well as other family items will be […]

Wooing with Food on Valentine

Option 1:  A Romantic Dinner for Two It’s Valentine’s Day and you want to show your sweetie how much you care by serving a delicious meal. For those in the wooing stages, tempt your loved one with a special dinner of rack-of-lamb. It’s impressive, requires a small amount of prep time and cooks quickly. All […]

Anything But Straight: Election Decade

This week, the Democratic presidential aspirants will appear at a gay forum in Los Angeles sponsored by The Human Rights Campaign and broadcast on Logo television. While I am interested in where the candidates stand on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, what I really want is an ENDA-this-campaign.

The Peak Oil Crisis: Alternatives

Something few of us are aware of is the massive waste built into the energy systems we have built over the last 100 years. This week, I am going to talk about electricity generation, but the same point can be made about the internal combustion engine which is a monument to inefficiency.

Hargrove Takes Third in 500 Meters at States

George C. Marshall High School senior Jacqueline Hargrove concluded her championship season with a third-place finish in the 500m at the Virginia High School League AAA meet held in Charlottesville last Friday and Saturday.

A Little Foresight Can Save A Computer’s Life

There are thousands of ways to kill a computer. I’ve tried most of them. They’ve gone up in flames in front of my eyes and died quiet and undramatic deaths at my hand. You name it – short circuits from bad repair work, a spilled Mountain Dew and deadly drops off a desk. I’m a […]