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For the second straight autumn, the World Series offers a dandy chance to boo our fool heads off until or past midnight. Call it the bitching hour.
The first 36 hours after mock-Hurricane Zoe pummeled the District were the hardest for the city. Evacuation attempts were blocked in Southeast. Thousands of residents were sleeping on cots underneath gymnasium roofs and officials were struggling to move 37 bodies from a flooded morgue.
There isn't much Dwayne De Rosario hasn't accomplished in his decorated MLS career.
For the past two seasons, D.C. United defender Marc Burch's career has been stuck in neutral.
Fifty years ago, on Sept. 21, 1961, the old and new Washington Senators met in the last baseball game at Griffith Stadium, the old ballpark at Seventh Street and Florida Avenue Northwest where Howard University Hospital now stands.
When you're 5-foot-7 and 170 pounds dripping wet, you don't become the all-time leading receiver at a Division I-AA college and reach the NFL, albeit briefly, unless you're tougher than men twice your size. So no one questions the heart and intestinal fortitude of Gary "Flea" Harrell, the former Howard University standout who later spent time with the New York Giants, Montreal Alouettes (CFL) and Frankfurt Galaxy (World League).
Skateboarders from around the globe rolled into Washington on Sunday to compete for one of the sport's biggest cash prizes and properly scuff up the city's newest skate park.
The MLS game between the Portland Timbers and D.C. United on Saturday has been postponed because of Hurricane Irene.
School Without Walls, a high school in Northwest, remained closed Friday while crews repair its chimney and bell tower damaged in Tuesday's earthquake.