This past weekend, in an effort to avert my eyes from continuously climbing numbers at the gas pump my eyes came to rest upon a series of NASCAR stickers affixed to a 1977 Ford Mustang fueling up in front of me. Trying not to think about the $60 bill I […]
A Muckdogs 10 — Raptors 3: Nathan Sperry started the May 19 game off with a strong double, then with two outs and bases loaded, Miles Jackson came through with an RBI. A later rally by the Raptors was ended when Muckdogs’ pitcher Christian Farrace and catcher Lucian Walston […]
When The Band sings, “Oh, to be home again, down in Old Virginny,” they could easily be singing about the newly opened Dogwood Tavern. With just one visit, one certainly feels at home. The restaurant is located on West Broad Street and promises to soon become a comfortable neighborhood […]
As I watched the San Antonio Spurs eliminate the upstart New Orleans Hornets this past week, I got to thinking … I really don’t like the NBA.
On an island nation near Africa’s southeast coast, three boys shared a passion and a dream — playing soccer and coming to America. At George Mason High School, they have realized both.
A Raptors 14 — Mudcats 11: The Raptors had a close call against the Mudcats on May 14 but emerged with the 14-11 win after a dramatic triple play ended a Mudcats’ rally in the fifth inning. Having already scored one run in the inning and with the bases […]
Near the end of an interview that ranges from contemplative to combative, Local H frontman Scott Lucas shares one of his main motivations behind continuing his acclaimed career in music — a fierce desire to show that he and no one else controls his own destiny and shove it […]
If you’re looking for an old-fashioned diner that still retains its historical authenticity without selling out and becoming a chain like a certain metallic-named hit, then look no further than Tastee 29 Diner.
Art-omatic May 9 through June 15. Gallery located at 1200 First St. NE, D.C., on the corner of First and M Streets NE. The nearest Metro is the New York Ave. stop on the Red Line. The Metro is strongly recommended for opening night. Hours: Wed. – Thurs.: 5 – […]
After all the intensity, after all the build-up, after all the anticipation from last year surrounding this year’s grudge match between Clarke County and the George Mason High School’s girls varsity soccer team, it ended in a tie.