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One More Page Announces Additional Summer Events

July 27, 2015 10:13 AM0 comments

One More Page Books, located on the edge of Falls Church at 2200 N. Westmoreland St. #101, Arlington, announced additional summer events earlier this week. On Thursday, July 30, at 7 p.m. Washington Post Sunday Magazine staff writer and author Neely Tucker will be at One More Page to discuss and sign […]

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Critter Corner: Charlie

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THIS IS CHARLIE, a 3-year-old who enjoys running around the house like a maniac with his sister Sadie in the Madison Place neighborhood in Greater Falls Church, near Bailey’s Crossroads. He rarely comes out when company comes over, but he loves stalking around the house and lounging on the steps […]

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Former Falls Church Resident Wins Gold at Senior Games

July 24, 2015 2:23 PM0 comments

Former Falls Church resident Charlie Edwards, 96, of Springfield won a gold medal in the men’s compound release archery competition in the 95 – 99 age bracket at the 2015 National Senior Games held in Minnesota earlier this month. Edwards was one of the less than one percent of competitors […]

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F.C. Lions Announce More 2015 Scholarship Winners

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The Falls Church Lions Club announced four more local high school seniors as recipients of their 2015 scholarship awards in addition to George Mason High School senior Sara Campbell, who received a Donald S. Frady Scholarship in June. Mason senior Katie Cheney and Falls Church High School senior Julia Alexandra Rodriguez […]

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Prisoner Who Escaped Custody at Inova Fairfax Pleads Guilty to Firearms Charges

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Wossen Assaye, 43, of Arlington, a prisoner who escaped police custody at Inova Fairfax Hospital in late March, pleaded guilty yesterday to two counts of using, carrying, and brandishing a firearm during his assaults of two security guards when he escaped from custody.

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Hampton Honored by McLean Community Center

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The Friends of the McLean Community Center has named Mary Anne Hampton, one of two original staff members hired when the McLean Community Center opened in 1975, the recipient of its 2015 Friend in Deed award. Hampton is the 23rd person to receive this recognition “with gratitude for outstanding leadership and support […]

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2015 Sunset Cinema in the Park Movies Revealed

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This year’s lineup of films for the City of Falls Church’s 12th Annual Sunset Cinema in the Park were announced this morning and the selections include “Paddington” and “Ghostbusters.” Earlier this summer, the public was invited to vote on which films they wanted the City’s Recreation and Parks Department to […]

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Press Pass: Jimbo Mathus

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by Karim Doumar There are country singers, rock n’ roll artists and blues and jazz performers out there. Then there’s Jimbo Mathus who does it all. “My curiosity and my creative spirit [were] pretty restless and pretty eager to know about all of these things,” he said of the different […]

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City of F.C. Pilots Food Waste Composting Program

July 23, 2015 2:37 PM2 comments

The City of Falls Church announced this morning that they are piloting a food waste composting program for the City’s residents. Two gallon reusable composting bins will be available for $5 at the Falls Church Farmers’ Market beginning Saturday, Aug. 1, 8 a.m. – noon. This program is championed by the […]

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Three for a Song Kick Off Creative Cauldron Cabaret Series

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FALLS CHURCH resident musician and musical archivist Alex Hassan (right) and two colleagues he has worked with for a number of years, tenor Doug Bowles and soprano Kari Paludan, combined as “Three for a Song,” delighted full-house audiences at the Art Space of Falls Church earlier this month to kick […]

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