Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus, through Sunday at the Patriot Center, then next week at the D.C. Armory.
Even in March there’s time for the magical mail bag, especially one featuring NCAA Tournament questions.
While attending school at Greenville College in Illinois, Augustana frontman Dan Layus failed piano — twice. Professor Kwon, Layus’s instructor, never much cared for the fact that he couldn’t read sheet music. After enrolling in a pair of music theory courses — and flunking both of them — Layus gathered […]
Coming into this season, the biggest question facing the George Mason High School girls varsity basketball team was how the Mustangs could stay atop the Bull Run District with a relatively young roster. The answer, six games into the Bull Run District schedule, has been defense.
In excerpts from a recent roundtable interview, Matthew Fox dishes on frenzied fans, script security and reveals what he considers to be the biggest question the island has to offer.
A key, final component of what emerged last summer as a comprehensive legislative package aimed at severely restricting over-sized development on residential lots in the City of Falls Church went down in flames Monday night, ending what many had come to consider a crusade to “deprive of citizen property rights.”
It’s just the process. So says radio personality El Jefe of his tumultuous stint in the business. Never mind that turbulence has forced him and his co-hosts, J-Dubs and Shaffee, to relocate markets twice in the past two years and now find themselves back in the District.
New unexpected factors threw off the Falls Church City Council’s momentum to further restrict development on residential properties this week, pushing final decisions on limiting lot coverage and building heights into December.
As the News-Press went to press at 9:30 p.m. last night, the Associated Press and NBC declared James Webb the winner in Virginia and rumors abounded that incumbent Senator George Allen was about to concede.