Posts Tagged ‘American Idol’

District Line Daily: Hunkering Down

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With tonight's storm just hours away, one question remains: Do we really have to call it [...]

Fenty Is Late To Metro Memorial: Loose Lips Daily

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT—"Would-Be Burglars Ruin Vincent Gray's Ice Cream Interview," "Council Showdown This Afternoon On Overhead Wires," "Is Metro Safer? Reporters disagree."
Morning All. Your fence jokes are [...]

Tonight: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Bubbling with twice-distilled resentment that borders on the absurd, Edward Albee's 1962 play Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? got the ball rolling on familial voyeurism in the decades immediately following World War II. We can thank Albee (among others) for desensitizing us to reality television, American Idol, and Yo Momma.
In my pick for today, [...]

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