It was the perceptive Aldous Huxley who wrote that the greatest discovery in life is to learn that you’ve always been exactly where you are supposed to be.
Strasburg Drives Final Spike into GMHS
Last Thursday, the George Mason High School varsity volleyball team went up against one of the toughest teams in the states with a shot at a Region B birth on the line.
Press Pass: Where Are They Now?
With two years of artist interviews in the books, we thought we’d take a look back at some of the up and coming artists chronicled in this page and let you know the latest from their careers.
Press Pass: Ryan Montbleau Band
The deal was all lined up. Ryan Montbleau and his band mates were just one confirmation away from inking a deal with an independent label that would have propelled the band out of debt and into, at least temporary, financial security. However, the next time the label made contact, the […]
Daniel Negreanu on Poker: Kamikaze All-In Plays
When watching poker tournaments on television, you’ll invariably see a hand where a player makes a re-raise for all of his chips with an absolutely terrible hand. The commentators will marvel about how great a play it was, but I promise you this: Kamikaze all-in plays with garbage hands will […]
Daniel Negreanu on Poker: Adapt Like a Chameleon
I’m often asked poker strategy questions by amateurs who hope to get concrete answers in return. That’s rarely how poker works. There are simply too many variables to consider. The best approach in one situation might just be the absolute worst in another.
A Penny For Your Thoughts: The News of Greater Falls Church
Rail to Dulles moved one step closer to reality Monday when the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, by a vote of 8 to 2, approved the Local Funding Agreement and a Cooperative Agreement with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) for construction of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project. There has […]
Picking Splinters: Gimme The Good Stuff
Sometimes I just think the world of sports is messed up.
Restaurant Spotlight: Palace
All you need is a pair of chopsticks (or desired utensil of choice), an ice-cold glass of water and an empty stomach to enjoy the exquisite Korean and Japanese dining experience that is Palace.
Restaurant Spotlight: Sushi Taro
Let’s get this out of the way up front. If you want cheap, affordable sushi, then Sushi Taro is not the place for you. If, rather, you want a restaurant with some of the freshest fish in the District and care to sample an authentic Japanese dining experience, then look […]