Tuesday Aug 19
Lone Star Cinema: Giant
The poster hardly exaggerated. Running more than three hours, starring three of Hollywood's biggest stars of the era, spanning more than two decades and set against the vastness of a cattle ranch, Giant seemed as big as Texas itself when it was released in 1956.
Newberg's 99W Drive-In Theatre named to National Register of Historic Places
Brian Francis, owner of the Newberg 99 W Drive In, watches a movie from the projection booth in August 1999.
The Before Recess D.C. Bucket List
As recess approaches, it's always useful to have a list of only-in-D.C. activities at the ready as one faces the prospect of time away from the capital, whether spent on the campaign trail, the beach or otherwise.