BETHESDA – The Landon Bears beat the Bethesda – Chevy Chase Barons at home Saturday by a score of 30-14 to improve to 3-2 on the year. BCC fell to 1-4. “We made plays when we needed to on defense and special teams to put the game away,” said Landon head coach Paul Padalino. “Our special teams played really well, with three blocked kicks and turnovers. That’s what let us separate a little bit there at the end.” The Barons had a rough start as senior quarterback Ryan Dimmick threw an interception on BCC’s first possession of the game. Bears senior quarterback Griffin Brown capitalized on the mistake by running to BCC’s 30-yard-line for a first down. Sophomore Joseph Epstein punched the ball in from the 10 yard line for the first score of the day and junior Aaron Broner made the extra point. Landon was back in the red zone as the second quarter...Read more
Actors, singers and dancers will bring life to the stage at Rockville’s F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre in the coming weeks.
ROCKVILLE - At Meryl Hathaway’s fifth-grade graduation from Luxmanor Elementary School, she told the class she wanted to be in a movie. Years later, Hathaway is achieving part of her dream as a cast member on Fox’s “Riot”, a show that Hathaway describes as a mix of ABC’s “Wipe Out” and improvisational comedy. The show is produced by actor/comedian Steve Carell and will feature a celebrity host every week.
BETHESDA- Theater enthusiasts who want to attend the world premiere of a provocative new play have no need to travel to Broadway this month. From March 20-April 12, the Writer’s Center in Bethesda will host the Doorway Arts Ensemble’s production of the new play Morning, Miranda.