Monthly Archives: July 2010
>The Folger Library has a particularly interesting exhibit on right now, accompanied by a lecture series. Originally posted here. The Sea’s the thing at the Folger Library By: Jeremy Skog Special to The Examiner 06/30/10 1:43 PM EDT Summer is … Continue reading
>Some of our local politicians like to take their power to extremes. One example is Arlington, VA banning all forms of fireworks and making their possession a misdemeanor. I take a look at the history of the law and explain … Continue reading
>With the opportunity to get a free showing to Red Cliff, a movie I’d longed to see in its full-length format I attended and viewed the premier of the Freer Gallery’s 2010 Hong Kong Film Festival. Originally posted here. Made … Continue reading
>It’s often been argued that the Washington DC area has several features which make it exceptional when it comes to unemployment. I examine some of the statistics. Originally posted here. Unemployment: Washington metro region vs. the nation By: Jeremy Skog … Continue reading
>I attended a barbecue hosted by one of the candidates to take on Moran for Virginia’s 8th District Congressional seat. He did not win, but Patrick Murray continues the fight this fall. Posted here. Berry’s Barbecue provides calm before primary … Continue reading
>I have recently expanded my literary endeavors by blogging on DC-Related events at The Washington Examiner’s Local Opinion Zone. It may take a while depending on my schedule, but I will attempt to re-post the updates here.