Mild Weather in Store, Food Drive Launched Again A 12-page special insert in this week’s edition of the News-Press, functioning as an official guide to Monday’s 38th Annual Falls Church Memorial Day Parade and Festival, spells out the full range of activities that are expected to draw over 10,000 non-residents to the [...]
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Protein Bar, a Chicago-founded chain that set up shop this winter in Arlington, has latched onto the relatively recent...
Shenandoah Run will be bringing 150 years of performing experience to the stage for a show Monday morning at the City...
Dr. Gordon Theisz of Family Medicine in Falls Church, is again coordinating the free Concerts in the Park sponsored...
Well you know what you should be doing on Monday (see Memorial Day special section inside this edition), so I’m going to tell you what to do this Saturday. Sure, you could grill out and get your burger and hot dog on, but that’s so unoriginal. How about staggering around [...]Read more ›
The D.C.-area burger chain Z-Burger made its Northern Virginia debut last month when they opened a location in Virginia Square. The opening was long-awaited, as the Arlington site has been under construction for about two years. Z-Burger is known for its burgers and shakes and, in keeping with the classic [...]Read more ›
The influence of classic country on Canadian musician Daniel Romano is apparent before listening to a single note. When you pick up a copy of his latest album, Come Cry With Me, it looks like a vintage record store find with bold western lettering and the track listing on the [...]Read more ›
Fat Shorty’s made its debut last month, bringing the favorite cook-out fare of grilled sausages and beer to Clarendon just as warmer weather was approaching. But the new restaurant is more than brats and Buds. Fat Shorty’s has several different varieties of sausages (even some that use uncommon meats like [...]Read more ›
An entertaining and ambitious production of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” was staged by the George Mason High School drama department last weekend that included an array of creative features. Above all, the musical score accompanying the play by Mason senior Tyler Waters and its execution was unique and stunning. Waters, on a [...]Read more ›
Rebecca Davis was a freshman at the University of Virginia, freshly graduated from George Mason High School, when two planes hit the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers in the terrorist attacks that claimed nearly 3,000 lives on Sept. 11, 2001. Six photographers, who would later become her colleagues at the [...]Read more ›