Fox loves Taco, and I do too.

I thought the perfect chai latte didn’t exist. I thought I’d be searching my entire life for the right balance of sweet and spicy, for a not-too-hot concoction, for something that didn’t taste like artificial gingerbread. And I thought I’d never find it. But when I came to DC, I found Little Red Fox. I...

The Weekly List: International Acts

If you find yourself falling into a musical slump, how about looking abroad for the next little something to spice up your playlist? 1. Man With a Mission: “Dead End in Tokyo” “Dead End in Tokyo” is a fun, pop-punk hit by Man With a Mission, a Japanese rock band that sings in English and...

The Rise and Fall of CONCACAF

The start of the 21st century was good for CONCACAF. The United States made the World Cup quarterfinal in 2002, only narrowly losing to eventual runners-up Germany. In 2005, Mexico and the US reached fifth and eighth, respectively, in the FIFA rankings. And then there was 2009. At South Africa’s Confederations Cup, the United States...

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Fox loves Taco, and I do too.

Fox loves Taco, and I do too.

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09/19/2017

I thought the perfect chai latte didn’t exist. I thought I’d be searching my entire life for the right balance of sweet and spicy, for a not-too-hot concoction, for something that didn’t taste like artificial gingerbread. And I thought I’d never find it. But when I came to DC, I found Little Red Fox. I…

The Weekly List: International Acts

The Weekly List: International Acts

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09/18/2017

If you find yourself falling into a musical slump, how about looking abroad for the next little something to spice up your playlist? 1. Man With a Mission: “Dead End in Tokyo” “Dead End in Tokyo” is a fun, pop-punk hit by Man With a Mission, a Japanese rock band that sings in English and…

The Rise and Fall of CONCACAF

The Rise and Fall of CONCACAF

By:
09/18/2017

The start of the 21st century was good for CONCACAF. The United States made the World Cup quarterfinal in 2002, only narrowly losing to eventual runners-up Germany. In 2005, Mexico and the US reached fifth and eighth, respectively, in the FIFA rankings. And then there was 2009. At South Africa’s Confederations Cup, the United States…

Emmys 2017 Predictions

Emmys 2017 Predictions

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09/17/2017

The Emmys are upon us, and with Game of Thrones ineligible this year, we are in for a wild ride that is sure to bring some welcomed surprises. This year has one of the stronger Emmy lineups in recent memory, which makes picking a possible winner all the most difficult, but at the same time…

The two kings of Oklahoma

The two kings of Oklahoma

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09/16/2017

If you happen to be a fan of a cellar-dwelling NFL franchise, such as the New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers, or my beloved Buffalo Bills, you have heard two names all offseason in an attempt to take your mind off the gruesome season your team is about to undergo: Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold,…

Tracy McGrady: A testament to ability over production

Tracy McGrady: A testament to ability over production

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09/15/2017

This past Friday, the Basketball Hall of Fame inducted Tracy McGrady, honoring a remarkable player with the sports equivalent of putting the tastiest possible cherry on top of a career sundae. Much of the chatter from the talking heads of the sports world over the last couple weeks has sought to put his tantalizing yet…

Why Liverpool should have sold Philippe Coutinho

Why Liverpool should have sold Philippe Coutinho

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09/11/2017

The summer of 2017 will likely be remembered as the summer that changed soccer transfers forever. Paris Saint-Germain’s newest attraction, Neymar Jr., was purchased from perennial superpower FC Barcelona for an earth-shattering €222 million ($267 million), while German contenders Borussia Dortmund sold wünderkind Ousmane Dembélé for a whopping €105 million ($126.3 million). The deal for…

<i>Spider-Man: Homecoming</i> is a Fresh Take on a Recycled Story

Spider-Man: Homecoming is a Fresh Take on a Recycled Story

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09/07/2017

Superhero movies are not hard to come by nowadays. With over five superhero movies coming out this year alone, it’s safe to say the genre has exploded, possibly to the point of oversaturation, and there is no better example of this than the Spider-Man franchise. Well, franchises. Spider-man: Homecoming is the second reboot of the…


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