Illustrator and author Sarah S. Brannen wanted to “write a book about a wedding,” a pretty simple notion driven by her then 6-year-old niece’s desire that every book end with a wedding. Watching same-sex marriages celebrated in her home state of Massachusetts, Brannen knew the focus her book would take.
WASHINGTON — The American people have heard President Bush and his spokespersons say many times that the U.S. government does not engage in torture.
WASHINGTON — Lady Bird Johnson knew the demands on a first lady long before she was catapulted into that role after the tragic assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Jean and I attended a remarkable wedding Saturday before last, steeped in history and interlaced with many remarkable lessons of America’s evolving culture.
“Game Theory” by John Fasano is one of 15 recent RISD graduates on display at KNEW Gallery in Georgetown through June 24.
For nearly six years, Richard Cohen was the Tom Cruise of the so-called “ex-gay” movement. His book, Coming Out Straight, was all the rage and catapulted him into the realm of superstar status. In 2000, he was even a featured therapy trainer at the National Association for Research and Therapy […]
WASHINGTON — The passing of President Gerald Ford is a reminder that the Republican Party was once led by political moderates who have now been replaced by members of the radical right (read that “neocons”) and evangelicals.
If ever the phrase “best of both worlds” was applicable, it’s with Chicago-based Catfish Haven. Sure the notion might be a tad cliched, however there is nothing hackneyed about the sounds of an acoustic guitar fronting a driving bass and drum set dishing out pure rock and roll.
On June 6, 2006, two United States soldiers were building barracks in Ar Ramadi, Iraq, when their camp came under enemy fire. Both soldiers, stationed out of Fort Rucker, Ala., were killed instantly. One of the soldiers was 24-year-old Corporal Andy D. Anderson of Falls Church, a 2001 graduate of […]