The military mission in Iraq is not worthy of our soldiers’ sacrifice. That became even clearer after my latest visit to Iraq, a congressional delegation trip with Reps. Ellen Tauscher of California and Jon Porter of Nevada.
Last spring, when U.S. gasoline stockpiles were falling like a brick, there was much concern about shortages during the summer driving season. The average price for gasoline in the U.S. rose to $3.22 per gallon and in some parts of the country over $4. Our aged refineries were huffing and […]
Giant Labor Day Weekend Summer Barbecue September 1, Cadrerock Pavilion, Great Falls Md.
Washington, D.C. Summer Restaurant Week, August 6 – 12
Is this the summer of scandal or what?
While waiting for the formal release of the of National Petroleum Council’s report on the prospects for world oil and gas production, it seems like a good time to review the general peak oil situation prior to what many believe may be difficult times later this year.
“Ratatouille,” the new animated movie in which Remy the rat becomes a chef with the help of his friend Linguini, has everyone talking about the dish that won the critic’s heart.
Free admission. Free parking. Close by. Don’t have to “dress up.” Couldn’t be easier. What is it? Spotlight by Starlight, the free summer concert series at the Newton Edwards Amphitheatre at Mason District Park in Annandale.
Independence Day at The Mall, GMHS, Falls Church, and More
Wolf Trap, in full swing, with shows nightly, and weekend matinees, as summer officially arrives.