The Rundown…

Culture: The Hill unveils the “50 most beautiful” people on Capitol Hill. (The Hill).

Travel: Delta enhances its schedule out of Reagan Airport. (Airlines & Destinations)

Sport: Just over 36,000 soccer fans watched Inter-Milan defeat Manchester City. (USA  Today)

Media: Christiane Amanpour gets mixed reviews on her “This Week” debut. According to viewership figures, This Week came in third for overall viewers, but second in the A25-54 demo rating.  (Huffington Post/TV Newser).

More Media: Watching AMC’s Rubicon was similar to a chef extending pasta dough for yards. It was deadly dull from start to finish and never picked up. We looked forward to watching the pilot, but were disappointed. That’s one hour of our lives we won’t get back. Check out the Boston Herald’s review.

Retail: Reiss UK unveils their Autumn/Winter promotional video entitled “Elements.” I’m not sure whether it’s stylish/cool or just plain weird. Directed by Jamie Morgan. (Reiss Fashion)



The Rundown…

Here’s what we’re tracking.

Travel: Virgin America delays the start of new service to Orlando until October. Toronto is on track for a June launch. We wish V.A. would  launch more flights out of Dulles.

More Travel: Are Delta and U.S. Airways standing in the way of JetBlue from launching service out of Reagan Airport?

Entertainment: Screen On The Green returns to The Mall.

Etiquette: According to a study by GMAC insurance, D.C. drivers need to brush up on their knowledge of the roads.

Movies: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is released tomorrow. Produced by veteran Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Mike Newell. Jake Gyllenhaal (american) plays a persian prince with a british accent. What an internationalist!