Award program honors talented, aspiring artists in the fields of fine arts, music, drama, photography and film WASHINGTON, D.C. – August 6, 2012 – The S&R Foundation, a non-profit organization created to encourage and stimulate scientific research and artistic endeavors among aspiring individuals, … Continue reading Call for Applicants: 2012 S&R Foundation Washington Award
A message from Uber: Un-Independence On Independence Day, Uber announced a roll out of a lower cost service that we call UberX. A less expensive Uber option on an all-hybrid fleet. We’re pretty excited about it and think it’s a great idea … Continue reading Like Uber? Read this.
In case you missed it, there is some craziness happening in the MoCo. Via Washington Times: The co-worker of a 30-year-old woman brutally killed inside a Bethesda clothing boutique was charged Friday with the crime when police determined she lied … Continue reading Bethesda: not just for wholesome families anymore
Via The New York Post: A Virginia grandmother threw her 2½-year-old granddaughter several stories to her death from a shopping mall walkway after a family outing, police said yesterday. Carmela Dela Rosa, 50, was charged with the Friday murder of Angelyn Ogdoc at Tysons Corner Center mall in Fairfax. Investigators believe Dela Rosa threw the child over the railing, Fairfax County police said. One of Dela Rosa’s neighbors, Russell Jackson, said she and her husband would often take care of the young girl. “She was a sweet, happy baby,” he said, adding that Dela Rosa and her grandchild could often … Continue reading Wtf is going on in Fairfax?
t Too late, Olberman. Cat’s outta the bag. News anchor, Keith Olberman, on my least favorite news channel, MSNBC, has been put on indefinite suspension after donating to at least three Democratic candidates (in violation of the network’s rules.) Olberman donated to Reps. Raul Grijalva and Gabrielle Giffords of AZ and KY senate candidate Jack Conway, all of which were obviously Democrats. Let’s hope his “countdown” until MSNBC-reappearance takes a loooonnng time. Their election coverage was comparable to a circus act, and apparently many others agreed, as MSNBC drew a reported 1.9 million viewers on election night, whereas FoxNews drew … Continue reading Keith Olberman put on suspension
Burger King in New York has done the unthinkable and has released the artery-clogging, “Pizza Burger.” While creators insist that this is ideal for sharing, if I’ve learned anything from TLC’s “Half-Ton Teen” or “Half Ton Mom” documentaries, there are certainly people who will eat this thing alone. Barf. For only $12.99 you can secure yourself this 2,500 calorie 144 grams of fat treat, as well as a 99% chance of a heart attack. For right now, this pizza burger will only be available in the 24 hour Times Square restaurant, but if it is a success, may be available … Continue reading What obesity epidemic??
During a campaign event in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Senate Majority leader Larry Reid said, “I don’t know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a republican, okay? Do I need to say more?” Really?! The National Republican Senatorial Committee issued the following response to Reid’s ridiculousness, “It’s no secret that Harry Reid is a desperate politician who is under fire for his reckless spending and failed economic record, but these outrageous statements represent race baiting at its very worst.” As of lately, Reid has been blasting the Republicans for their attempts at immigration reform (hey, maybe he likes paying … Continue reading Reid continuing to blab nonsense