Tuesday Dec 10
Three judicial nominees moving forward, it's time to start on the rest
Early Tuesday, the Senate confirmed the nomination of Patricia Millett to the D.C. Circuit Court, a nomination that Republicans had been obstruction for weeks.
Tuesday Dec 10
TV Terrors: The Initiation Of Sarah and Are You In The House Alone
The late-night TV movie of the week was an event not to be missed in the 1970s. Now this can be relived with "TV Terrors" , two films on one DVD disc that are prime examples of a long-forgotten time.
Peace House Residents Facing Eviction Lawsuit
The residents of Peace House got one step closer to eviction when owner Ellen Thomas filed a lawsuit against them yesterday in D.C.'s landlord-tenant court.
'Scream Factory Presents TV Terrors' gives viewers a mixed bag of thrills
Before the Lifetime Network and other cable channels began producing original features, the big three had their "Movies of the Week" events.
Teachers reach out to East Side resources
Field trips for students are common, but an East Side elementary finds great value in a field trip for its faculty.
In today's world we have access to hundreds of channels. Thanks to DVR technology, we get to watch what we want, when we want - but that wasn't always the case.
Star Kelly stages a comeback at school
SCOTS screen star Kelly MacDonald has returned to her former school to open a new drama studio and theatre named in her honour.
AV Jennings sees housing market recovery
But the house and land packages group, which has made a loss for two years running, says sales growth is coming off a low base.
St. Petersburg Times
As momentum for immigration reform dies in Washington, human costs build
As immigration reform was dying on Capitol Hill, a 6 a.m. knock on Jose Castillo's door delivered reality in the bluntest terms.
Inside Bay Area
Classic theater movies perfect gift for drama buffs
"Out, out, brief candle!" The ephemeral nature of the theatrical experience is part of its charm.