A little-known book of all-but-forgotten folk music is brought to life by two members of a country-rock band. Professional musicians throw open the doors of a church in small-town Pennsylvania and invite locals to listen, and even play along. An 8-year-old fiddle prodigy is discovered. It’s no wonder David Bielanko […]
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There’s no doubt that New York-style pizza is revered. Even hundreds of miles away from New York City, D.C.-area...
By Gretchen Powell I am always the first to admit, as some of you may already know, that exercise is certainly not my...
It’s Dude Fest time again! The yearly tribute party to “The Big Lebowski” at the Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse...
What’s not to love about gourmet burgers? When the All-American burger is reimagined with a foodie focus, the diner wins. The result is an epicurean delight with big flavor at a small price. Many gourmet burger spots take charge, crafting chef-inspired topping combinations and letting customers decide which best suits […]Read more ›
Booze, glorious booze. This weekend is Mad Fox’s 4th Annual Barleywine Festival featuring more than 30 sweet, sweet barleywines from the Falls Church brew pub and other breweries across the country. Throughout the festival, beers will rotate on draught and cask and will be served in 4 oz. sample glasses […]Read more ›
Creed Bratton: Dunder Mifflin quality assurance director. Possible cult leader. Definite spider solitaire enthusiast. A drug-addled klepto and ex-con with shaky moral footing. This was the beloved creep that millions of TV viewers invited into their living rooms during the nine-season run of the Emmy-winning TV show “The Office.” On […]Read more ›
Falls Church newcomer Saathi Indian Restaurant is serving up curries, tandoori-cooked treats, biryani, and more in the Seven Corners area. The restaurant has set up shop in a space once home to Kabob Express in the shopping plaza between Wilson Boulevard and Route 50 that’s also home to Gold’s Gym. […]Read more ›
As partisan political bickering is common, it’s rare that two parties find an issue they can both get behind. It’s even rarer that two parties jointly take action in support of that issue. But City of Falls Church volunteers have found a cause that’s brought not only its Democratic and […]Read more ›
Just because there’s a little snow on the ground, doesn’t give you an excuse to forego your Valentine’s Day duties on Friday. If you’ve spent all your time and energy on prepping for the storm, have no fear – I’ve got your February 14 plans covered. As part of their […]Read more ›