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To Do List: 20, 27, 74 Kennedy Center, Movies on the Potomac

I’m too lazy to write about this: I’m in the middle of all my packing and craziness, so I’m just going to post some pictures. 145 more words


It's a Hard Knock Life

By Andy Tabor

Photo: RWM

Great news everyone! The Redskins are finalists for a major honor!

No it’s not best franchise of the previous century, it’s certainly not most popular team name among Americans, native or “recent”, and sadly it’s not even for having a magnificent offseason which no one can deny. 1,054 more words


Police say suspect in murder of rich D.C. family had help in slaying

WATCH: Working on tips, a fugitive task force was able to track the prime suspect in a quadruple murder and arrest him late Thursday night in Northeast Washington, DC. 106 more words


Seattle couple leaves $850,000 to US government

SEATTLE — A Seattle couple left nearly $850,000 to the U.S. government as a gesture of thanks to their adopted country.

Peter Petrasek, who emigrated from Czechoslovakia after World War II, and his wife Joan stipulated in their will that all of their money be donated to the government. 273 more words


Salish Sea Brewing

I’ve biked to Salish Sea Brewing┬áin Edmonds twice now (once from the Interurban trail, once on a return trip from Poulsbo via the Kingston-Edmonds ferry) and both times I’ve had trouble finding the magic route out of town that isn’t too steep and connects easily to the Interurban. 272 more words


Nats activate Janssen, send Solis to DL

The Nationals made some changes to their bullpen on Friday afternoon by activating right-hander Casey Janssen off the disabled list and placing lefty Sammy Solis on the 15-day DL. 127 more words

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