Posts Tagged ‘rfk’

District Line Daily: Housing Horrors

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The third part of the Washington Post series on tax liens reports that the District put [...]

D.C. United Signs On For Two More Seasons At RFK

The AP reports that D.C. United—which has played at RFK Stadium since 1996—just signed a contract to play two more seasons at the aging venue, as it seeks greener pastures down at Buzzard Point. There, developers hope to build out a new neighborhood, the Post noted:
The stadium would have team offices, a club venue and [...]

Dan Snyder Steals From a Dead Kennedy?

For the impossibly scrutable print platform of Washington City Paper, I wrote this week about Dan Snyder's pinching the good name of Robert F. Kennedy.
OK, just the guy's good initials. But still. Snyder named the new party deck at FedExField the "RFK Standing Stomping Club" but never asked permission from the Kennedys or RFK Stadium's [...]

Cheap Seats Daily: Gary Clark’s Party’s On AGAIN?

Former Redskins great Gary Clark has just issued another party promo:

2009 Redskin Players of the Year Awards and Gridiron Super Bowl Tribute

A GRIDIRON AFFAIR
In a time when some doubt the DOMINANCE of the BURGUNDY and GOLD, we must remember where the fear and the Dominance of the Burgundy & Gold came... It [...]

City Desk’s Futbol Diplomacy Plan Falling Into Place!

Turns out Manuel Zelaya WILL be in DC tomorrow. That's when the Honduras national team, which Zelaya used to control before his military gave him a red card and booted him out of the country, will face the US squad in a CONCACAF Gold Cup game at RFK.
Zelaya flew out of here on Sunday, headed [...]

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