Category Archives: History

Q & A with Steve Anderson of dcroads.net

Long Island native Steve Anderson has been running a site about New York area highways for almost nine years. His thorough research has set the standard among “road geek” sites and made him a media go-to guy when it comes to highways. In the early part of the century, Anderson expanded extended his reach to

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D’oh! I missed Joe Theismann

Another day, another anniversary, this time it is a major one in Redskins history. Twenty years ago tonight, QB Joe Theismann’s (nee Theezman) career ended on the turf at RFK Stadium when Giants LB Lawrence Taylor broke his leg in two places. Theismann’s brutal injury is one of the memorable in the annals of pro

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SPECIAL OPENING DAY FEATURE: CHARLIE BROTMAN PROFILE

After a 34-year hiatus, a Washington tradition dating back to Dwight Eisenhower’s first presidential term will be officially renewed when Charlie Brotman takes his place behind the microphone in the refurbished RFK Stadium press box on April 14. After a tune-up at an April 3 exhibition game against the New York Mets, the DC native

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