James A. Keys died in his home in Falls Church on August 18, 2008 from hepatocellular carcinoma, a rare liver cancer.
Earlier this month, Capital Hospice invited the News-Press to its annual Point of Hope Camp, which took place Friday, Aug. 1 through Sunday, Aug. 3. This year Point of Hope set up at Camp Ramblewood, located in the green backwoods about an hour northeast of Baltimore, Md.
According to Justin Jones, frontman of D.C.-based Justin Jones and the Driving Rain, it took him a little while to find his sound.
When the soft-singing Joshua Radin brought his folk music to the Birchmere this past Tuesday, he brought with him the up-and-coming voice of Alexa Wilkinson. Wilkinson is the type of songstress that sits well with those that enjoy the “Grey’s Anatomy” soundtrack, spinning songs of her own life that resonate […]
Anyone who thinks the increased shelf space given to roses by smart wine shop owners in many markets is a local aberration isn’t keeping up with the wine press.
SAN ANTONIO — We always like to delve into the wine list at restaurants we review.
Summertime may seem like a slow news period, when lolling by the pool or seeking shade under a leafy tree are of paramount importance. But in the adult beverage industry, activity never slacks off. A few newsy examples:
The gloom of an eight-hour workday can dull the five senses, but a sweet escape to Caribbean Breeze is sure to set your taste buds tangoing with its Latin-inspired lunch specials.
Santana and the Derek Trucks Band, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD, Sunday, April 6, Gates open 5:30 p.m.
Latin Bands Turning Up More & More Often At State Theatre, Bringing Big Crowds With Them Falls Church resident Joey Carrasquillo, 31, has been playing percussion in bands all his life but success has come much more readily to him in the last four years in his newly formed band […]