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Bowser strategy to run out the clock backfiring with DC Ward 4 residents

WASHINGTON, October 28, 2014 – In the heart of the Ward 4 Bible Belt, Muriel Bowser decided to sit out the last of a scheduled series of Mayoral Forums in Washington, D.C. Her constituents were not amused. “She didn’t show? said Donna Woods in disbelief. She is a member of the Michigan Park Christian Church. ...

Change the Redskins name to what? Wangdoodles?

MILLINOCKET, Maine, August 24, 2014 — This past weekend The Washington Post editorial mavens published a decree: The matter seems clearer to us now than ever, and while we wait for the National Football League to catch up with thoughtful opinion and common decency, we have decided that, except when it is essential for clarity ...

Yakima Washington: A cornucopia of good wine

SEATTLE, July 6th, 2014 — At just over two hours away from Seattle is the “Gateway to Washington Wine Country” and its popularity has been climbing. The city of Yakima is about 30 miles south of Interstate 90, you make turn in Ellensburg. It’s a quaint little township that is home to both agriculture and a ...

Review: Merlot Round-up – Top Wine Picks

SEATTLE, October 4, 2013 — The season of “Fall Food” is upon us. Think succulent meats, such as beef pot-roast, pork tenderloin, prime rib, and duck as well as the fresh game brought in by those who hunt. Merlot has an ample amount of dark fruit and earthy components that tend to go so well with the ...

Escaping to Walla Walla

WALLA WALLA, Washington, September 4, 2013 — There has been a relatively new wine region on the horizon for wine lovers around the country, and this one comes from Washington State, promoting the name of its central city. About four and half hours southeast of Seattle by car lies what many in the Northwest regard as ...