Students from Tuckahoe Elementary School in Arlington, Va. in school bus yellow t-shirts sang to U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood on Tuesday.
It was part of the event "Love the Bus," which focuses on safety, environmental, and traffic benefits of the yellow school bus. The event has been held every
Fine furnishings store Décor Decorum officially opened in Old Town over the weekend.
The store at 210 N. Lee St. celebrated with a ribbon cutting and open house reception attended by Mayor Bill Euille and Alexandria Chamber
Super Bowl Sunday was held down in New Orleans last week where folks always seem to let the good times roll. This time of year is an especially festive time down south because in Louisiana and throughout the south
Furniture is devolving and vehicles are becoming reptilian in two shows at VisArts at Rockville, in which practical skills turn intriguingly impractical. Kenneth Martin’s "Sculpture and Casework," upstairs in the complex's
In the long and storied history of presidential inaugurations, # 57 was probably not one for the books, as it was in January, 2009 during Barack Obama’s first inaugural, when a record $150 million was spent on a multi-day celebration attended by 1.8 million honoring the nation’s first black president, with two thirds of
The Harmony Sweepstakes A Cappella Festival, the premier American showcase for vocal harmony music. The annual national competition draws from hundreds of vocal groups from around the country with regional competitions
It was a half time show that might have been Super Bowl 47's greatest moment. She pranced, she preened through fire, ice, smoke and rising platforms, then going all out to appeal to the 74,000 revelers at Mercedes Benz Stadium in New Orleans and 117 million more on national television, gliding seemlessly