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Seve Ballesteros first showed off his magic to a worldwide audience as a 19-year-old at the British Open, playing with touch and imagination, bouncing shots between bunkers and finishing second to Johnny Miller.
Home sellers are told by their Realtors to spruce up the outside of their property and declutter the inside to appeal to buyers, but it is obvious the owners of the home at 2303 Nottingham St. in Arlington needed no such reminders.
A sprawling wooded property on the market in Bowie has enough space for the new owners to bring their horses along. The 26-acre property off Central Avenue offers a brick ranch-style home complete with a horse farm.
Kelly Krauskopf still remembers those tough old days at Texas A&M.
Friday, Mike Brey coaches Notre Dame, a No. 2 seed, against Akron to open the NCAA tournament at Chicago's United Center. Despite an unheralded roster, Brey led Notre Dame to 26 wins and its seventh appearance in the tournament in his 11 seasons as coach. Last week, he was voted the Big East coach of the year.
During dreary February, many Washington-area residents spend hours perusing travel brochures and websites, dazzled by visions of sunny skies, sandy beaches and colorful flowers. Older residents, tired of slushy commutes and long days at the office, may be expanding their vision to encompass a new lifestyle filled with pleasurable activities and the chance to stroll on the beach in any season.
The neighborhood of Sleepy Hollow in Falls Church, Va., has become legendary for the residents' sense of community. The owners in this tightly knit cluster of single-family homes come together for holidays and community meetings, baby-sit each other's children and work together to preserve a strong citizens association.
The Wesley Heights neighborhood in Northwest Washington may not be as well-known as Georgetown, yet the homes in this elegant community are among the most sought-after in the city.
Everyone has his or her own idea of the ideal retirement. For some people, an active lifestyle of fishing, golf, tennis, swimming and hiking represents a dream come true. For others, spending time reading, in quiet conversation with friends or taking classes in a wide range of subjects would be perfect. At Shenandoah at Lake Frederick, an active-adult community restricted to residents age 55 and older, all of these activities and more are close at hand.