Jack Gerbes is a salesman. On a given day, he might be driving around the state, looking for the perfect Victorian house or an old granary silo that can be used in a film shoot instead of a department store.
Montpelier Arts Center 2015 Dinner and a Movie season starts Feb. 21 with "Bird," a portrait of jazz visionary Charlie Parker. Montpelier Arts Center celebrates Black History Month with "Glancing Back and Looking Forward: 100 Years of African American Culture and History in Prince George's County, Maryland," an exhibit featuring the lives of selected Prince Georgians who pursued a variety of occupations and community roles. February is also American Heart Month and Million Hearts, a national
By Sara Ervin Walser and firstname.lastname@example.org 301-717-0050
Some people just aren't scared of anything. They go into every situation perfectly calm and collected because, like James Bond or a Clint Eastwood character, they simply don't get nervous. As one friend of mine succinctly put it: "I don't do stress."
Southwestern-themed bar Dark Horse Saloon and Irish Pub Finnegan's Wake, the improbably conjoined bars at the former Canton Arts & Entertainment complex, have switched owners. The pub is poised to close after St. Patrick's Day.