Monthly Archives: April 2007

Eastern Market fire

Historic Capitol Hill Marketplace Burns – The PostLike many Washingtonians I was saddened to learn of the fire at Eastern Market this morning. I’ve never been a regular there, but periodic trips have always been enjoyable. I hope the flea markets continues while the structure is brought back. Curious about the fate of Eastern Market?

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So close, yet so far

Sunday: New York 1 WASHINGTON 0 (ESPN Boxscore) Saturday: New York 6 WASHINGTON 2 (12) (ESPN Boxscore) Friday: WASHINGTON 4 New York 3 (ESPN Boxscore) Winning or losing a series is a fine line sometimes. On Friday night behind a strong Matt Chico outing, the Nats defeated the Mets 4-3 (The Post). RF Austin Kearns

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Dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb

SIX NITTANY LIONS FACE FELONY CHARGES – CDTSix football players face charges – The CollegianThe following players have been charged: S Anthony Scirrotto*DT Chris BakerLB Jerome HayesCB Justin King*LB Tyrell SalesCB Lydell Sargent *2006 starters Bernd H. Imle, Jr. and Thomas Skalamera were also charged in the alleged altercation that proceeded the alleged assault. A

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Hill pitches 8+, Nats win

Shawn Hill pitched really well yesterday (The Post): …where Hill became the first Nationals pitcher to complete eight innings, where he allowed three singles and Aaron Rowand’s solo homer, where he faced 29 men and went to a 2-0 count on only three of them. The Nationals beamed about Hill’s performance in beating a more

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