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Archive for December, 2012
Sunday night’s Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys game is big — the NFC East gets decided by the winner and the loser probably goes home. The Skins can still make the playoffs with a loss, but winning is much easier.
Here is look back at the rivalry over the years, as of about 2010:
NFL Films no [...]
First look: new MLB batting practice caps – UniWatch on ESPN
The latest MLB batting practice caps have been leaked to Paul Lukas of UniWatch. The Washington Nationals version is above, along with the previous version.
I guess we now know what the Opening Day giveaway is going to be. I don’t care for it – [...]
If you have a young child and even if you don’t, there are a couple of model railroad displays in Washington, D.C. worth checking out this Christmas season.
Union Station traditionally has a display which was changed last year: D.C.’s Union Station changes holiday model train displays.
@doubleuefwhy @unionstation_dc Train is up and running in the Main [...]
The penultimate game of the 2012 Washington Redskins regular season is this Sunday in Philadelphia against the Eagles. As always, for the second meeting of the year, I bring in @scrappled to talk about his beloved Iggles. You may remember him from the 17 different blogs he’s run over the years and his many appearances [...]
A great look at the history of the Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles series. The video, produced by the ‘Skins, isn’t as one-sided as I would have expected.
I’m hoping there will be a guest prognosticator for this week’s game, we’ll see…
As for any early take on Sunday’s match-up:
A New Green Hat in Town: DC’s First Microdistillery – Washingtonian
Following the trend microbrewery openings in and around Washington, D.C., a microdistillery has opened up. Green Hat, named for Capitol Hill Prohibition bootlegger George Cassiday’s signature headware, is producing gin and rye.
In 1920, fresh off a tour of duty in World War I, [...]
Photo by I.C. Ligget – The control cities are weak, should be Del Mem Br/Baltimore/Washington
Working to end the bottlenecks – The Inky
The extension of the New Jersey Turnpike car-bus-truck lanes southward to Exit 6, the Pennsylvania Turnpike interchange is progressing well.
Billed as the biggest ongoing roadway project in the United States, the undertaking will transform [...]
Long ago, I noted that the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority needed to sell solid black Metro station t-shirts for all stations. I learned today through DCist (linked through Greater Greater Washington) that all black Metro station t-shirts are available. That’s great, though $24.95 is a little steep. I might still have to get a Pentagon [...]
MLB seeks creative solution to MASN rights fees dispute between Nationals, Orioles – The Post
After a long period of no news on the Washington Nationals television rights compensation some new information has come out:
Hoping to find a solution to the dispute between the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles over the value of the Nationals’ television [...]