Fab food, John Woo: 5 fun blog posts
Here I thought we’d covered all possible angles on the World Cup. I was wrong. The good folks at Endless Simmer offer “The World Cup of Food,” a mouthwatering primer on World Cup eats. I’ll pass on the Vegemite (Australia), but seconds please on the Advocaat (The Netherlands.)
If you’re a fan of Hong Kong action flicks, you’re in luck. Penn Quarter Living reports that the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery’s annual “Asia After Dark” film festival will open this Friday. John Woo’s “Red Cliff” will kick off the event. Want a preview? Here's the official HD movie trailer.
Congress Heights on the Rise is remembering Michael Jackson and offers this “Throwback Thursday” video clip of him in younger days with the Jackson 5. Presenting: "I'll Be There."
If you’re still trying to figure out how to celebrate Father’s Day – the Best Bites Blog has information on D.C. area restaurants offering specials for Dad’s big day. (And what dad doesn’t appreciate a good deal?)
The McLean Ear writes about a McLean teacher who won $2,000 in the Virginia Lottery without even buying a ticket. Read how Rasmi Bacon, a fourth-grade teacher at Kent Gardens Elementary School, snagged the prize.
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