Getting a bit of an early start on this post. Hey, Christmas is coming!
The first sentence (more or less) of the first post of each month from this blog:
- 2 January: Bands of showers, clouds, and a little sunshine passed over us on Sugarloaf Mountain, on an ANS hike led by Cathy Stragar.
- 2 February: Passive clauses are explained, defended by Geoffrey K. Pullum.
- 1 March: “There was a certain coherency in [John Maynard] Keynes’s (the intellectual godfather of the IMF) conception of the [International Monetary] Fund and its role. “
- 2 April: My term project, an analysis of the Comprehensive Plan for Fairfax County’s Area II, has been submitted for my class.
- 1 May: When I hear on the radio the voice of an artist that I haven’t heard in a long time, it’s rarely happy news.
- 4 June: Benjamin R. Freed covers Capital Talent Agency, Roger Yoerges and Jeremy Skidmore’s nascent representation outfit for local professional actors.
- 1 July: Director Michael Kahn and his cast give a cool, clean, faithful reading of Harold Pinter’s enigmatic exploration of memory and friendship.
- 1 August: Plays at this year’s CATF are dominated by grim themes of black-white race relations, with the concomitant issues of money, power, and social class.
- 6 September: Metro map designers are floating the possibility that the line won’t be silver after all.
- 2 October: My first of two walks under the auspices of WalkingTown DC was a quick spin through Fort Totten led by Mary Pat Rowan, with an emphasis on the woody plants of this semi-preserved area.
- 2 November: Two treasuries of Washington photography…
- 4 December: This ratty old building, window glazing missing from the upper stories, most recently was put to temporary uses like political campaign offices.