There’s a common misconception about how, and more importantly, when to read other players’ tells.
Here we go again! The hysteria being pumped up across the U.S. over Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speeches in New York this week follows the exact same script as the run-up to Bush’s horrendous invasion of Iraq in 2003.
The deal was all lined up. Ryan Montbleau and his band mates were just one confirmation away from inking a deal with an independent label that would have propelled the band out of debt and into, at least temporary, financial security. However, the next time the label made contact, the […]
“Adrenalin has pretty much always been a good thing for me,” says figure skater Armin Mahbanoozadeh, who lives in Fairfax and trains in Reston. “I feel I have much more energy in competition than I do in practice. Stamina isn’t an issue for me at all in competition, which is […]
Who knew that George Mason High School was on its first stepping stone to going green? Thanks to rising senior Jamie Peterson, the school is planning to install solar panels on the roof of the school. While the panels will only produce approximately 2.2 Kilowatts of energy — enough to […]
Local rockers Honor By August are stepping off of the stage and in front of the camera, shooting a music video for their track “Into the Light” off of the reissued album Drowning Out the Television.
It will be just about a year from now that the two major political parties in the U.S. will finally have decided what their tickets will be for the November 2008 presidential election. Rising above the din of the current intra-party wrangling to see over all that and forecast where […]
Unfiltered and unplugged, Aaron Lewis descends on D.C.’s Warner Theatre next Thursday night, toting only his acoustic guitar. The no-strings format seems wildly appropriate for Lewis, who has gained notoriety by bringing hard rock group Staind to the forefront of the music world. Raised in Massachusetts, where he still resides […]
Legg Mason Tennis Classic, William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center, Rock Creek Park, Washington, D.C., finals Sunday afternoon.
Thirtieth birthdays usually carry a bit of anxious reflection with them. They spur a need to reevaluate what has come before and glean from the past a new direction forward. Last Friday, when Corey Smith hit the big 3-0, his outlook for the day bore no such grandiose introspection, nor […]