This was a part of Metroblogging DC series about D.C.’s 20 gifts to the world Castles had moats. Washington D.C. has the Capital Beltway. Few roads compete with the Beltway for cultural meaning. It figuratively represents American politics and government to the rest of the world. Typically, when someone from outside the region says “inside
Monthly Archives: November 2006
Q&A with Nats president Stan Kasten – nationals.comThe Nats president talks about Alphonso Alfonso Soriano, free agency, Manny Acta and even Frank Robinson. Nationals’ charity sues developer for pledged aid – The Wash. TimesA former bidder for the Nationals, developer Franklin Haney, is being sued by the Washington Nationals Foundation for not coming through on
The last time I was in Pennsylvania I heard the song The Last Ten Years (Superman) by Kenny Rogers. He recaps all the problems of the last decade, along with some famous passings and all I could think about was why was Kenny Rogers the one who gets to write this song? Really, if a
The Caps and Les Boulez both snapped losing streaks (The Post). The Pa-ritz are interested (Post-Gazette) in Tomo Ohka too. He could fetch $7 million this year, which would to eliminate the Nationals from consideration I think. The Nittany Lions cagers rallied, but fell short (CDT) to Georgia Tech.