George Chancellor Rawlings Last Saturday, I attended a memorial service for former Delegate George Rawlings at the Massaponax Baptist Church near Fredericksburg.
Can you remember the last time Virginia voted for a Democrat for President?
Twice in recent weeks, Sports Illustrated baseball guru Jon Heyman has mentioned the heat has steadily been increasing underneath the seat of Washington Nationals’ General Manager Jim Bowden. It’s all just speculation at this point, but it does offer an opportune time to discuss Bowden’s tenure with the team.
The third time was not the charm for the George Mason High School girls varsity tennis team. After advancing to the Virginia Group A state finals for the third time in three years, the Mustangs were again halted on the brink of a championship, this time by Region D champions […]
Weekend before last, Barter Theater in Abingdon, Virginia, celebrated its 75th birthday. Nancy and I traveled the 357 miles from Fairfax in approximately seven hours and enjoyed the evening celebrating with several hundred attendees, including Delegates Joe Johnson, Brian Moran, Frank Hall and Terry Kilgore. Delegate Johnson received a well-deserved […]
Habitable Sculpture model by Philip Johnson at the Kreeger Museum through July 31.
For the second year in a row, a basketball game at the Falls Church Community Center pitting local celebrities against the Harlem Magic Masters from New York City will be held this Friday night, Feb. 29, at 7 p.m. The event, sponsored by the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation and the […]
Will the next president be the second coming of Jimmy Carter? Given Thursday’s economic headlines, full of dire warnings about the return of 1970s-style stagflation, you might think so.
I’ll level with you. The most pressing question on my mind is whether or not Washington Nationals’ GM has secured a flux capacitor-equipped DeLorean destined for the year 2002. That way, the GM’s recent acquisitions of Brett Boone and Odalis Perez would look a whole lot more exciting.
I’m not a Hillary-hater. She’s been an outstanding senator. She hung tough on Iraq through the dark days of 2005. In this campaign, she has soldiered on bravely even though she has most of the elected Democrats, news media and the educated class rooting against her.