Olympic figure skater and News-Press columnist Johnny Weir’s film documentary entitled “From Russian With Love,” an examination of human rights through the lens of gay and lesbian athletes, will premiere on the EPIX cable channel next Wednesday, Oct. 29, at 8 p.m. EDT. Weir serves as host, interviewer and executive […]
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Robert Fonseca (Photo: Carlos Pericas) Latin jazz pianist Roberto Fonseca was surrounded by music from an early age....
House of Steep’s Veggie Wrap is hearty and packed with sweet, refreshing ingredients. (Photo: News-Press) House...
This is Mike, who passed away at the end of July after 15 years living with Gary and his wife. He dramatically changed...
At one point in time, there were 10 different places in the Little City to get pizza. It was a crusty, cheesy paradise. And while there have been a few closings and relocations in recent years, Falls Church still packs some serious pizza pedigree. But even in F.C.’s glory days […]Read more ›
If you’re feeling thirsty this weekend, strap on your drinking shoes and head on down to Centerville as more than 50 breweries are gathering for the 8th annual Northern Virginia Fall BrewFest. The festival will feature a lineup of seasonal craft brews, both local and national, including creations from The […]Read more ›
Singer-songwriter Chris Knight started teaching himself guitar on his older brother’s guitar by learning the songs of country/folk singer-songwriter John Prine. So it was a dream come true when Prine heard the title track off of Knight’s latest album Little Victories (2012) and decided he wanted to sing on the […]Read more ›
This is Ozzie, a miniature Australian Shephard. He’s just over 16 pounds and is 15 months old. Though he may seem quiet in this photo, he has lots of energy, loves playing with other dogs at the dog park and loves travelling.Read more ›
This weekend, D.C.’s very own version of the Oscars is taking place right here in Merrifield.Read more ›
Enjera is a newcomer to the 23rd Street strip in Crystal City that’s been a fixture of Arlington nightlife for more than a decade. The Abyssinian restaurant, which opened in January 2013, takes its name from the Ethiopian/Eritrean spongy flatbread staple properly spelled injera. For the uninitiated, injera is used […]Read more ›