Despite a season-ending loss for the Arlington Hawks, a Pop Warner Division I Pee Wee football team, who fell to the Coal Oak Steelers, 34-18, in the Regional Championship game on Thanksgiving Day, the Hawks had plenty to be grateful for.
The Arlington Pop Warner Hawks PeeWee Division 1 Football Team (8-1) took one step closer to a chance at playing in a national championship game after a 26-6 victory against the North Carolina Mountaineers of Kings Mountain on November 11.
LOS ANGELES — When the romantic comedy “When Harry Met Sally” was released in July 1989, it made just $1.1 million during its opening weekend. But Alan F. Horn, whose film company produced the movie, was confident that, given time, it could be a hit.
Last weekend brought the 14th Annual Kennedy-King Dinner sponsored by the Eighth Congressional District Democratic Committee. Some five hundred staunch Democrats filled the ballroom at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center to enjoy an excellent crab cake dinner and, most important, to see and be seen.
Comedienne Kathy Griffin, Warner Theatre Friday, Kennedy Center next Wednesday.
Last weekend was a heavy political weekend for the Bartons.