A man dining out at the Wharf Saturday night is being credited with saving a boy’s life after the child fell into the Washington Channel.
Around 100 people, crosstown rivals, players from different sports deemed high-risk and their parents, gathered in Rockville Sunday to protest COVID-19 restrictions placed on some high school sports.
Wind, warmth and dryness prompt â€˜red flag warningâ€™ as brush fires burn in Montgomery.
That Mumford & Sons banjo guy is a pathetic weenie who the left hates and who we despise, and who now has to live forever as a groveling coward nobody likes. Yeah, he was in Mumford & Sons and managed to find a way to make people like him less. What did he do? He gave in. He submitted. He begged for forgiveness instead of telling the fussy rage mobs to kiss his smilin Schumer.
At the independent, fundamentalist Baptist church I grew up attending in the 1980s, legalism was a staple, and the rules were seemingly endless. Skirts (or something called culottes) for women and girls, long pants only for men and boys, and dresses and ties on Sunday morning. Good Christians didnt dance or go to Hollywood movies. They didnt smoke, cuss, or drink or hang around with those who did. Music wasnt allowed unless it was Christian, and regardless of the lyrics, it wasnt Christian if it had drums, an upbeat tempo, or was written after 1895 (or thereabouts).
In light of recent events, it is worth wondering whether there was some hidden wisdom in the old interdiction on British royals marrying American divorcees. And yet Edward VIII, when faced with a choice between the monarchy and the woman he loved, at least chose to abdicate rather than throw the British government into crisis.