Monthly Archives: September 2012

Problem Solved

I thought this Q&A from the Washington Post’s Tracee Hamilton was quite insightful. Strasburg is no Nyjer Morgan on skates, but I’m sure he can hold his own. Win-win! Continue reading

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Immersion in Much-Needed Magic

Against all odds, I became a bit of a seamhead this summer. In my Maryland youth I was a diehard O’s fan, for the O’s of the ’70s and ’80s and middle ’90s were run the way a team — … Continue reading

Posted in Media, Morning cup-a-joe, Other sports, Thomas Boswell, Washington Post, Washington the would-be sports town | 2 Comments

Let There Be Well-Aged Rock

The Holy Triumvirate of rock came to town on Sunday evening, and hockey sweater weather made for a memorable evening for yet another memorable set.  

Posted in Hockey Heroes, Hockey weather, Rush, Washington the hockey town | 5 Comments