Championship teams can often be defined by the collaboration between a head coach and the quarterback. It can be contentious and frustrating with more potholes than New York Ave. on the way to Lombardi Drive. Whether Bradshaw and Noll, Walsh and Montana, or Gibbs and Theismann, the growing pains that lead to their championships were […]

VIA MSNBC: Some straying husbands buy their wives flowers. Others grovel and beg for forgiveness. Still others agree to attend counseling sessions. And then there’s this guy. William Taylor spent his Wednesday morning standing on a busy street corner during rush hour in Tysons Corner, Va., wearing a sheepish, remorseful look on his face and […]

(Tysons Corner, VA) — The Washington Washington Football Team are a step closer to teeing it up for real following Thursday’s annual Welcome Home Luncheon at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner. Some 600 people attended the event which featured awards for players of the year for 2008. Clinton Portis, London Fletcher and James Thrash […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: As the weeks wore on this summer, Prince George’s County school administrators could see they were running out of time to avert a crisis over class schedules for the county’s 41,000 high school students. But they had no backup system and didn’t tell parents or students of the looming disaster until the […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: BLACKSBURG, Va. — He used to be known as the son of the Godfather of Go-Go. Now Nekos Brown is better known as Virginia Tech’s starting defensive end. His father, Chuck Brown, is a legend in Washington, the progenitor of the homegrown music movement known as go-go. On Saturday he turned 73, […]

VIA MYFOXDC: WASHINGTON – At the intersection of 11th and K Streets in Northwest, a local secret has come out into broad daylight. “The first thing you notice is the shoes. They are usually ultra big.” It’s six o’clock in the morning and sharing the sidewalks with joggers, tourists and commuter buses: prostitutes. “You can’t […]

VIA WJLA: WASHINGTON, D.C. – FBI officials say the number of carjackings in Washington is declining this year. Officials say there have been about 200 carjackings so far this year in the city, compared with about 600 for all of 2008. Joseph Persichini Jr., assistant director of the FBI’s Washington field office, credits a joint […]

(Washington, DC) — One person is dead and another is hospitalized in stable condition after a double stabbing in Northwest, Washington yesterday afternoon. The stabbing happened in broad daylight in the 200-block of Q Street, Northwest. Both victims are said to be transgendered males and Chris Farris with Gays and Lesbians Opposing Violence says his […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: Fenty: Don’t Ask Me About My Kids! Mayor Adrian M. Fenty told reporters again that he will not answer any questions about twins Andrew and Matthew attending Lafayette Elementary. The Northwest school is not within the boundaries of his Crestwood neighborhood. Their in-boundary school is West Education Center. School sources say the […]

(Washington, DC) — The groundbreaking was in 2007. Construction was supposed to begin in 2008. One year later, and the MLK Memorial Foundation says it’s still waiting on a building permit from the U.S. Park Service to begin construction of a memorial to Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.MLK Memorial Foundation President Harry Johnson says he’ll […]