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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Mclean
Not too long ago, craft beer lovers seemed to be at a consensus that brews are best served in bottles.
Mitt Romney won Virginia's Republican presidential primary on Tuesday but with less than overwhelming support, in a race that highlighted the difficulty the former Massachusetts governor has had in consolidating support among rank-and-file GOP voters.
Realtor Hans Wydler and his brother, Steve, have worked as the Wydler Brothers Realty Team since 2002.
The program that offers free cab rides home to people in the Washington area who have celebrated Independence Day with too much alcohol will continue, thanks to donors.
Lev Aronson is not exactly a household name in nonmusical circles, but the story of his survival in Nazi Germany and eventual emigration to America, where he became a respected orchestra cellist and teacher, if not the soloist he had once aspired to be, is gripping.