Stories for September 2004

September 29, 2004

A Baseball Team by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet

After 33 years, baseball is returning to Washington. And now that it’s a done deal, let’s get to the good part: naming our home team. Choosing a team mascot is an art. It takes some creative thinking to come…

September 25, 2004

The Theatre of the Barely Socially Acceptable, Act 5

After a brief hiatus, we open a new season of The Theatre of the Barely Socially Acceptable. With the change in seasons comes the desire for change. Based on an overheard cell conversation this week on the subway I…

September 19, 2004

What I Learned on My Summer Vacation by Jeff Gates

Planning large-scale family vacations is an art. But like any endeavor of this magnitude good project management is key. So when my sister informed us my niece would be getting married over Labor Day weekend, we began to plan…