Summer may be the doldrums for most businesses, but when it comes to beverages there is no off-season.
Washington Nationals vs. San Francisco Giants, RFK Stadium, Saturday, Sept. 1, 7 p.m.
Few of my columns have received as much reaction as my recent commentary on parking Nazis at the Arlington Farmer’s Market.
Nearly three years ago, the bipartisan 9/11 Commission submitted its 41 recommendations to Congress on how to better protect America from terrorism.
Peter Pan is the imagination of abandoned street urchins. They are the real subjects of the story, which is more Dickins-esque than most people realize.
When space allows we are now trying to run photos with the art reviews, for all the obvious reasons. What is far less obvious, and probably worth mentioning, is the web based version of the Falls Church News-Press.
Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” Eisenhower Theatre at the Kennedy Center, through Jan. 28.
One of the all-time classic movies, Cabaret won eight academy awards in 1972 and featured smashing performances by Joel Grey, Liza Minelli and Michael York. If it’s been awhile (if ever) since you’ve seen that film, then let your senses be refreshed with a highly-charged stage version now through October […]