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  • The best yogurt

     
    I've decided I should start eating a carton of plain yogurt every day for health reasons. I'm not defending this decision, so don't try to get in an argument with me about whether yogurt is any better for you than......
  • More storms possible today, tomorrow ...

     
    Hot, humid air and lots of sunshine will set us up for more showers and thunderstorms late today. Forecasters out at the NWS Sterling forecast office there's a 30 percent chance of storms this afternoon, rising to 50 percent tonight.......
  • Catching up with Bowie's Tashica Morgan on 'Design Star'

     
    HGTV’s fourth season of Design Star premiered July 19, and of the 11 designers featured, only one was from the East Coast. Tashica Morgan, a 29-year-old from Bowie, Md., entered the show on a whim, after the prodding of her......
  • Tangier's Bistro opens

     
    I finally caught up with one of the owners of Tangier's Bistro Bar and Martini Lounge, which opened Wednesday in Canton, in the spot where Meridian 54 used to be. Alain Suissa, who worked for Washington's Ritz-Carlton for many years......
  • More Artscape food: One take on the newest options

     
    John-John Williams IV hit Artscape at his lunch hour and sampled some of the newer food options, including that fish-dog. Here's his take:Funnel cake, pad Thai, kabobs, frozen tropical-themed drinks and lemonade.Let’s face it. Food at festivals...
  • Hoping for 'justice' tonight for sniper

    Hoping for 'justice' tonight for sniper
    It began in Wheaton with a single gunshot. James D. Martin, 55, had stopped off at a Shoppers Food Warehouse on his way home when, for no apparent reason, an unseen assailant shot and killed him. The next morning, four others in Montgomery County were...
  • Too many unanswered questions remain for dead Va. girl's parents

    Weeks before Annie McCann disappeared from her suburban Washington home and turned up dead in Baltimore, her mother, Mary Jane, noticed something strange: The 16-year-old had started attending 6:30 a.m. Mass.Annie was a devout Catholic, an altar girl...
  • Alexandria thrives on history, art, food and fun for all

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- When a city has a none-too-subtle slogan like "The Fun Side of the Potomac," it had better deliver on its promise. Yet what's best about Alexandria has less to do with nearby Washington (the slogan winks at them) and who's more fun....
  • For many, a visit to WWII Memorial is a pilgrimage

    WASHINGTON -- As summer excursions go, visiting the new National World War II Memorial doesn't exactly fall under the heading of fun and frivolity. Yet a trip to this site in the nation's capital will likely prove a memorable, enriching experience for...
  • In Calif., nonvoters express disgust

    Since 1956, Robert Gamm had made the trek to the voting booth. He never missed a general election. He never missed a primary. Until Tuesday. "I'm really disgusted," said Gamm, 68, a retired public relations manager and Banana Republic clerk in the...
  • Space shuttle loss hurts Lockheed, other NASA stocks

    As NASA continued to investigate the shuttle Columbia's disintegration and ponder the future of the nation's manned space program, Wall Street seemed to draw its own conclusion yesterday and punished stocks of the shuttle's manufacturers - along with...
  • 'No guarantees' that mail is safe, postmaster says

    Trying to reassure postal workers and an anxious public, the postmaster general moved to shore up the U.S. postal system against biological attack -- even suggesting that people should wash their hands after touching their mail. "We're telling people...