Former Mayor Anthony Williams and others discussed the economic resurgence of D.C. after years of bad publicity and investors “running away” from their sales pitches for the city.
It was a disappointing performance following an excellent showing in Madison Square Garden, where the Hoyas defeated Texas and took the nation’s top-ranked Duke down to the wire.
Seven-foot men led the scoring for each team. Omer Yurtseven scored 17 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for the Hoyas, while sophomore center Hayden Koval totaled 21 points for the Bears.
Early in the second half of the Nov. 6 season opener, the team was down 46-27 to the underdog Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers.
Accolades and tributes abounded for community supporters, sports figures and political leaders, including Mayor Muriel Bowser, publicist Raymone Bain and NBA star Isiah Thomas.
Young and old descended on the District on Saturday to pay homage to the newly crowned champions of Major League Baseball.
Here in Washington, Wednesday’s game, we’re pretty sure, enveloped and drowned out the outside world, healed wounds and clamped down on the reality of political distraction and angry voices.
Many of the premier riders in show jumping — along with the young stars of the future — gathered for the 61st annual Washington International Horse Show, held at Capital One Arena between Oct. 22 and 27.
Athletes — certainly this bunch of Nationals and their irrepressible manager Dave Martinez — can sometimes at the height of triumphant effort make politicians look like, well, mere politicians.
We won! Last night was the moment, when the Washington Nationals learned for sure that they were a National League Champion worthy of the name — that they could indeed […]