Monthly Archives: May 2011

It’s the heat…and the humidity

The entire East Coast and South regions of the United States are gripped in a heat wave. Two of the hottest places: D.C. and Baltimore. Both sweltering cities are scheduled for a high of 95 degrees Tuesday. Thats a hotter … Continue reading

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New basketball court coming to Capitol Hill

I have been frustrated. Emails have been sent to Councilman Tommy Wells and the D.C. Parks department. Questions have been asked of the neighborhood kids and construction workers installing a breathtakingly nice football/baseball/soccer field. When is our basketball court at … Continue reading

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Fatboy’s take, May 27, 2010: It’s not a tumor

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Back in a bit over a week.

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Dalonte Hill’s hire should bring mountain of skepticsm

Here’s what the Maryland Terrapins basketball program will look like without Gary Williams: Every other big-time basketball program. New coach Mark Turgeon has just hired Dalonte Hill — also known as one of those AAU guys you hear college basketball … Continue reading

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Confessions of a so-called hipster

Here is a conversation between myself and a girl I know: me:  are you going to the show tomorrow night, Arctic Monkeys 930 club? GirlIKnow:  nope didnt even know they were here me:  you just lost like 15 hipster points … Continue reading

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The Coors Light rail system

What does my four-times-a-week Metro commute have in common with the Coors Light Silver Bullet train? Not much. This NBA playoffs, that cool refreshing locomotive is motoring its way into every broadcast. Usually the bullet train subs in for some … Continue reading

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