Holiday shopping season extends well beyond video games, gaudy sweaters and plasma TV sets. Take the spirits industry, for example.
The Peak Oil Crisis: Edging Towards Reality
Last week the International Energy Agency (IEA) in Paris released their annual report on the state of the world’s energy resources — World Energy Review 2008.
Phase 1 of Church Property Trial Ends, 1st Amendment Issues Next
Phase One of a three-phase legal process to determine ownership of the property of 11 Virginia congregations that voted to leave the Episcopal Church – including The Falls Church – ended abruptly in a Fairfax circuit courtroom Tuesday. Constitutionality arguments, pertaining to the First Amendment and the separation of church […]
Weighty Roles Not Lost on Matthew Fox
While he eschews the image, “Lost” star shines most intensely in conflicted roles. As such, Fox provides drama to disappointing new release ‘We Are Marshall.’
The Peak Oil Crisis: Picking the Peak
Last week Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) who characterize themselves as “a leading advisor to international energy companies, governments, financial institutions, and technology providers,” sent out a press release announcing that they had a new report on peak oil for sale. For some time now, CERA has been the leading […]
Press Pass: Gin Blossoms
It was never going to happen. A few years had past since the Gin Blossoms had disbanded in 1997, and now guitarist Scott Johnson was starting to detect a certain permanence to what he had thought might have just been a temporary hiatus.
Press Pass: Catfish Haven
If ever the phrase “best of both worlds” was applicable, it’s with Chicago-based Catfish Haven. Sure the notion might be a tad cliched, however there is nothing hackneyed about the sounds of an acoustic guitar fronting a driving bass and drum set dishing out pure rock and roll.