The World Series of Poker has always attracted a competitive international field. Interestingly, this year’s WSOP featured more players from Russia than ever before. That’s a trend that’s likely to continue.
According to Cappies Critic, Mason
Somewhere in the Russian countryside, local government corruption is about to get a run for its money in George Mason High School’s production of “The Inspector General.”
An Evening of Russian Music by the Choral Arts Society of Washington, Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Sunday, Oct. 28, 7:30 p.m.
Dowd on Drinks: Vodka Boom Fuels Fight Over Labels
That clanging sound you hear way off to the east is the crossing of swords being wielded as the European Parliament battles over what, precisely, constitutes vodka.
Helen Thomas: Has the Cold War Returned?
WASHINGTON — President Bush says the Cold War is over but his latest military move and the reaction of Russian President Vladimir make me wonder.
The Peak Oil Crisis: 2006 in Review
As the year draws to a close, it is a good time to look back at what has happened and what clues we can discern about 2007.
Wineline: News From The World of Wine
Petite Sirah, Pork A Most Pleasing Pair Palate-pleasing pork and praiseworthy petite sirah.