What do Cinderella, vasectomies and Tommy Amaker have in common? They all appear in Mike Hume’s monthly magical mail bag.
From time to time in this space I chide certain teams, players and even members of the media. Sometimes the issues change or new developments come to light, so to be fair, I thought I’d take a look back at some of my columns from earlier in the year and […]
Brett Favre is Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year? Really?
Commonly, the politically active in the City of Falls Church brag proudly about a level of citizen participation in their town that is second to none. But those gathered at two sessions of so-called Deliberation Days in the city last weekend were confronted with a troubling reality that challenged that […]
Preparing for stepping up its activity as this November’s election approaches, the Falls Church chapter of the League of Women Voters welcomed Nancy Tate, the executive director at the League’s U.S. headquarters in Washington, D.C., to speak at its monthly meeting last week.
The scope of what the Colorado Rockies have achieved thus far is simply staggering. Twenty-one wins, one loss — that’s Colorado’s record after September 15, the day the Rocks’ roll began. And not a speck of moss has gathered since.
Sports Editor Mike Hume takes his monthly dive into his mailbag.
Mike takes his monthly dive into his magical mail bag.
Most fantasy sports participants pore over their teams, researching draft picks and waiver moves and crafting their team with a level of care and attention to detail normally reserved for Renaissance-era art and military aircraft. That’s certainly true in my case. That’s why it was tremendously sad when I drove […]
The signings of pitchers Jack McGeary and Josh Smoker will save the Nationals from baseball oblivion.