The Phantom of the Opera, Now through August 12, Kennedy Center Opera House.
“Hold on one second, man. I’ve got a cop behind me and I’m not supposed to be using a cell phone,” Dan Nigro says on the other end of the line.
It was quite the “enchanted evening” at J.E.B. Stuart High School’s theater in Falls Church, Virginia, where the student body showcased their exquisite talents in a performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific.” The musical, a classic written shortly after World War II, is about relationships that form in the […]
Washington Wizards vs. Cleveland Cavs, Saturday and Monday, April 28 and 30, Verizon Center.
Everywhere you turned at Wollman Rink in New York’s Central Park, you saw celebrities. There were TV stars from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, such as Christopher Meloni, Mariska Hargitay and Tamara Tunie; musical stars, such as Kelly Rowland; members of the Harlem Globetrotters; Broadway stars, like Tony winner […]
The album artwork for Dave Barnes’ latest release Chasing Mississippi, paints an interesting picture of the Nashville-based troubadour. Sure, there are the liner notes and the thank yous, but there is also a series of pictures depicting Barnes in a number of martial arts poses. On a tour poster, Barnes […]
Falls Church resident Seong Hoon No passed away January 27 at the age of 32.
In “The Art of War,” Sun Tzu tells us to “know thy enemy.” In this case, the enemy is not a person, but rather a date on the calendar; its army made up not of soldiers, but rather lofty expectations and quixotic fantasies. It is a day devoted to love […]
Valentine’s Day approaches. Pink and Red roses will be sold on almost every street corner as last minute gifts. Godiva chocolate-covered strawberries will be snapped up on the way home from work. Hundreds of mylar balloons will be filled with helium over long lunches.
In my mind, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is the most unacceptable presidential candidate in the 2008 race. He is a fair-weather phony that will say or do anything to get elected. In short, he is a poster-boy for everything wrong with politics and represents the reason many people stay […]