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It’s true that having an elderly parent presents many challenges. However, there’s also a lot of laughs because at some point they totally lose their P.C. filters. (And yes—some never had them). Also, an older parent keeps you humble. My dad is 99 years old, still mobile, and resides in the memory care unit of […]

private school or public school

Parents all over the country are at some point faced with the question: public school or private school? It can be a difficult decision for parents to make, and should be made after careful consideration of what is best for your child and family overall. There are many advantages and disadvantages to both public and […]

If anything in the summer of 2017 points to evolving homeowner expectations, it may be the frequency with which locals are integrating screen porches, patios, and outdoor kitchens into original landscaping that artfully marries the house to its setting.

Thinking about spending a day touring wineries and tasting some Virginia vintages? How about trying out the selection of restaurants offering dinner with wine pairings? Enjoy stories flavored with the fruits of the vines in mind to enjoy this summer. Nothing found.

Thanks to venues like the Kennedy Center, Signature Theatre, Shakespeare Theater Company, Ford’s, Arena Stage, and the National Theatre, there are loads of opportunities for theater lovers in the DC area to catch a Broadway-quality production close by.

When he was growing up, Terry Fator was such a fan of ventriloquism, that his parents used to let him watch the mature TV show “Soap,” but only the parts that Jay Johnson as Chuck (and his popular puppet Bob) were in. “My parents would watch and every time he came on, they would call me into […]