Quickway, a Japanese hibachi restaurant chain, recently set up shop in the Willston Centre II shopping plaza on Arlington Blvd. in Seven Corners. Despite several locations in Maryland and Northern Virginia, the glossy flyer left at the News-Press offices earlier this month was my first introduction to the local chain. […]
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Gerald Albright (Photo: Courtesy of Lori Stol) Jazz musician Gerald Albright spoke to the News-Press two days after...
This is Henry, a Glen of Imaal Terrier who was adopted by the Sutch family 11 years ago. Here he is posing for the Sutch...
Time to put away those TV dinners and make some reservations – D.C. Winter Restaurant Week is here again. In its 15th...
Wasabi Modern Japanese Cuisine is in the center of a busy part of Tyson’s Corner Mall. Because of that, there’s a lot of foot traffic around Wasabi – people carrying bags from Forever 21 or Barnes and Noble, looking curiously as they pass by or ride the escalators that are […]Read more ›
Who would do a bluegrass rendition of “Anaconda” by Nicki Minaj, perform a Motown tribute to Nickelback or slow jam the theme song for “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”? Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox, that’s who. Since 2009 Bradlee, a pianist, composer and arranger, been composing and arranging genre-melding mashups and […]Read more ›
“Tinner Hill: Portraits in Black and White” played to standing ovations when it premiered at Falls Church ArtSpace in 2011. Through a series of monologues, vignettes and blues-inspired music, audiences encounter the inspiring stories of local African American heroes who overcame slavery, segregation and racism and forever changed the course […]Read more ›
This is Pinto and Oreo, the 6-year-old mini rex and holland lop mixes who love to spend their time chasing each other, exploring and relaxing under the shade of a big tree on South Spring Street, where they live with the Diz family. The brother-sister duo were adopted from the […]Read more ›
The J.E.B. Stuart High School Choral Department is presenting “Broadway Desserts,” a night of Broadway music and Decadent Desserts, next Saturday, Jan. 17 at the school’s auditorium, located at 3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church. There are two performances scheduled for next Saturday: one at 2 p.m. and another at […]Read more ›
Travis Book, who plays upright bass for The Infamous Stringdusters, said that the band’s latest album Let It Go (2014) is the “most essentially Stringdusters” record they’ve ever made. The record was self-produced by the five-piece band, which may be one reason it’s the most honest expression of the group’s […]Read more ›