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  • Director Linklater's singular approach to 'Boyhood'

    By Kelly Jane Torrance SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES - The Washington Times

    "Boyhood" only opened in theaters today, but it's already made history. Published July 17, 2014

  • Country Times: British legend 'The Guv'nor' takes fans well beyond folk


    'The Guv'nor" is still writing, playing, recording and touring — just don't dismiss his work as "only folk." Published June 9, 2014

  • Republicans push for bill to allow military aid to Ukraine

    By Guy Taylor - The Washington Times

    A group of Senate Republicans called on the Obama administration Wednesday to take more aggressive steps toward containing Russian President Vladimir Putin and preventing military aggression in Eastern Europe. Published May 4, 2014

  • The sun also rises on Easter in the District

    By Meredith Somers - The Washington Times

    People of any faith are invited to attend this year's Easter Sunrise Service, one of many special events around the District to mark Holy Week and Easter Sunday. Published April 17, 2014

  • UPDATE: Kite festival swoops, soars into D.C. on Sunday

    By Emily Hoosier - The Washington Times

    Flying a kite at the Blossom Kite Festival on the Mall would have gotten you arrested in 1970, but it's perfectly legal now. Published March 27, 2014

  • The way we were (in pictures)

    By Roland Flamini — Special to The Washington Times

    You remember cameras — those mechanical devices that take photographs, but can't be used for phone calls, texting, or listening to the latest Lady Gaga hit? You may even recall black-and-white photographs, once the dominant kind, now relegated to a few fuzzy news shots in the newspapers. Published March 6, 2014

  • 'Pompeii' is a true disaster of a disaster movie

    By Peter Suderman - Special to The Washington Times

    Spoiler alert: At the end of "Pompeii," Mount Vesuvius blows its top and wipes out the ancient title city. There's fire, and flooding, and lots of people die. The problem with the movie is that it doesn't happen fast enough. Published February 20, 2014

  • Have a Heart, have a Ball

    By Emily Hoosier - The Washington Times

    If you're looking for a date night redemption because you blew it on Valentine's Day last weekend, the American Heart Association might just have the ticket for you. Published February 20, 2014

  • MOVIE REVIEW: 'Winter's Tale'

    By By Kelly Jane Torrance - Special to The Washington Times

    There's magic in "Winter's Tale," in the book that inspired it and, above all, in the city that inspired the book. The first, however, contains the least magic. Published February 13, 2014

  • Watch live: Jay Gruden's introductory Redskins press conference

    By The Washington Times

    Watch Jay Gruden's introductory Redskins press conference Published January 9, 2014

  • Fed judge: Texas abortion limits unconstitutional

    By Chris Tomlinson - Associated Press

    New abortion restrictions passed by the Texas Legislature are unconstitutional and will not take effect as scheduled on Tuesday, a federal judge has ruled. Published October 28, 2013

  • Maryland AG Gansler says breaking up boozy teen party wasn't his responsibility

    By Associated Press

    Maryland Democratic Attorney General Doug Gansler is discussing his brief appearance at a teenage party at a beach house, the latest distraction for his campaign after reports surfaced about how he told state troopers escorting him to events to drive. Published October 24, 2013

  • Test:Lorem Ipsum

    By Stephen Dinan and Jorge Carrasquillo - The Washington Times

    Lorem — ipsum — dolor "sit amet", ac in. Phasellus nunc risus lectus, nec in justo, eu mattis in ligula elementum. Cursus l Test Published September 13, 2013

  • Poll: McDonnell's popularity in Virginia takes a hit

    By The Washington Times

    New poll numbers show Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell's popularity plummeting among Virginia voters, even as the GOP's gubernatorial nominee began running an ad Thursday distancing himself from the man he hopes to replace. Published August 22, 2013

  • Web Test

    By Jerry Seper - The Washington Times

    It was the trash that first drew Roger Barnett's attention. Published March 28, 2013

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