Early Briefing 11.19.2007: The Music Issue
On Mondays, we turn the Business section over to local news. Here's a sampling of what you'll find in today's Washington Business.
* Move over Beethoven: schools of rock are sprouting up around the D.C. area and putting a modern -- and profitable -- twist on music lessons. See story and video.
* A local woman has become an unofficial impresario for up-and-coming bands seeking stardom outside conventional music industry's channels. See story.
* The son of former Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke hopes to create world-class wines at his new Boxwood Winery in the Virginia horse country, and has spared no expense in the effort. See story.
* In today's Federal Diary, Stephen Barr introduces us to a government engineer who has been honored by the Defense Department for pioneering research into bomb-detection technologies. See column.
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