The “Anchorman 2: Legend of Ron Burgundy” promotional march has been going on for what seems like months.
More than 20,000 volunteers will head to Arlington National Cemetery Saturday to lay wreaths on the headstones of fallen heroes.
Leave it to my fiance Steadman to have hidden cameras catching multiple angles of my dream proposal at the Spanish Steps in D.C. last month.
There are likely many awards and accolades now collecting dust in a basement, storage unit or other repository of yesterday.
The National Park Service will light the National Christmas Tree for the 91st time this Friday on the Ellipse at President’s Park.
“Man Day” is designed to promote the positive role and contribution of men in society, as well as promoting awareness for and consideration of men’s health.
Our own Kelly Collis is hoppin’ mad about the prospect of a “It’s A Wonderful Life” sequel that’s slated for 2015.
On Wednesday’s The Tommy Show, we got a visit from one of the cast members of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”
The much-anticipated “Anchorman: The Exhibit” is now open to the public at the Newseum.
Johnny “Joe” Jones — an Alexandria vet who served and lost his legs in Afghanistan — talked with The Tommy Show Monday morning.