Monthly Archives: March 2015

25 Years Ago, A Mad March

In the spring of 1990, every kid on the playground played basketball for Loyola Marymount. Here were the starters: high-scoring Bo Kimble, sharp-shooting surfer Jeff Fryer, token Swede Per Stumer (yes, that’s his name), lockdown defender Tony Walker and … at 5-foot-7 … Continue reading

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Seven More Take Their Posts

 Casualties are an accepted element of realistic training, but that doesn’t make them any easier to take. This Washington Post article tells the stories of the Marine Raiders killed in last week’s helicopter crash off the coast of Florida.

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Dangerously Delicious Pies

Chairman does pies, not cakes or puddings. Hence the wife’s visit to Dangerously Delicious, a D.C. pie joint that has made area foodie nerds hyperventilate with delight. The below pie welcomed me into my kitchen on my birthday weekend several … Continue reading

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