Two years ago, in a private tasting lunch in New York with Plymouth Gin master distiller Sean Harrison, we were discussing the popularity of vodka compared to gin.
The fiscal health of our nation is hurting. But as badly as we have mismanaged the economy, however, we have been even worse trustees of the environment.
I live on a hilltop in upstate New York overlooking the Hudson River, a pastoral place that once was inhabited only by deer, foxes, rabbits, birds — and really big birds, in the form of wild turkeys.
“Three measures of Gordon’s, one of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet. Shake it very well until it’s ice-cold, then add a large thin slice of lemon peel. Got it?”
The term “kitchen composition” usually refers to some sort of culinary creation whipped up by a master chef.
Entering this season, most of the attention on the Washington Capitals focused on Caps wing Alex Ovechkin.
Arlingtonian Rufus Phillips has written a great book on Vietnam that should be on your must read list.
Bargain-priced wines from Australia may soon become the norm worldwide.
I gave a lecture on the evolution of modern politics to the monthly meeting of the Day Alliance of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Arlington last Tuesday.
City Manager’s Call to Arms is Unprecedented It was scene unlike no other in memory for the City of Falls Church. On a pleasant fall day yesterday, approaching the Community Center at 10 a.m., swarms of people were seen streaming out of City Hall and walking over to the center.