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Walker Wednesdays: Gamergate

—In this section I will attempt to take a public issue that I find interesting and lend my opinionated perspective to it. I would like to promise that there will be a post every week, but I am not nearly that naive as to believe that life won’t put some road blocks in my way, so bear with me if a Wednesday should come and no post appears!— 1,209 more words

Children

Despite occasional brilliance, 'Evil Within' falls short of its horror game predecessors

My play sessions with The Evil Within unintentionally developed into a nightly pattern. I’d start up the game and play through two or three chapters, only to find myself facing an annoying enemy. 1,122 more words

News

My Stuff: The Sports Junkie

David Goren is so into sports that he has dedicated a room in his Silver Spring home to his vast collection of memorabilia—and he only watches games and other events on the flat-screen TV that’s hanging on the wall. 570 more words

Bethesda Magazine

Cool Companies

Cooking competitions, treadmill desks, unlimited vacation—here are five local companies with great perks

WEDDINGWIRE Friendship Heights

COOL PERKS: Game room, free catered breakfast every morning, unlimited vacation and beer-, wine- and bourbon-tasting clubs… 1,557 more words

Bethesda Magazine

Sarah Ferris on HEDDA GABLER | Quotidian Theatre Company

Quotidian Theatre Company’s production of  Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen updates the action of the play to the socially relevant climate of D.C.’s Georgetown, 1963. The production opens Friday and runs October 24 – November 23. 962 more words

Theater

Evil Within (Xbox One) Review

“Sebastian Castellanos is leashed to the controller, a figidity detective senselessly holding onto reality amongst a swarm of demons while cloaked in garb best meant for a cop cosplayer on a convention floor. 94 more words

Video Game Reviews

Stephanie Mumford on HEDDA GABLER | Quotidian Theatre Company

Quotidian Theatre Company’s production of  Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen updates the action of the play to the socially relevant climate of D.C.’s Georgetown, 1963. The production runs October 24 – November 23. 640 more words

Theatre