F.C. Musical’s Lead Actor Wins Coveted Helen Hayes Award

April 6, 2015 8:30 PM1 comment

Alan Naylor, the male lead of last fall’s production by Falls Church’s Creative Cauldron troupe, was presented with the prestigious Helen Hayes Award for outstanding male actor in a musical for his role in “Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris.” The award was presented during Monday […]

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Press Pass: Eliane Elias

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Brazilian jazz pianist, singer, arranger and songwriter Eliane Elias returned to her native land for her new album, Made in Brazil, which she released last Tuesday with Concord Music Group, and now she’s bringing Brazil to the masses. And she’ll be bringing Brazil to Washington,D.C. on April 14, when she performs […]

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Where to Eat on Easter in Falls Church

April 2, 2015 12:34 PM0 comments

After an exhausting morning hiding and hunting eggs, spending the next few hours in the kitchen preparing an Easter-worthy meal just isn’t very appealing. That’s where the following Falls Church restaurants come in to play. Rather than stressing over roasted lambs and hams, let the professionals do the hard work […]

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Restaurant Spotlight: Paddy Barry’s

April 1, 2015 6:47 PM0 comments

It’s almost impossible not to compare Paddy Barry’s to a certain Little City Irish pub. Formerly Finnegan’s Pride, the new restaurant from Falls Church native Brendan Barry opened its doors last September just up Route 7 in Tysons and has the same feel, atmosphere and a very similar menu to […]

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Jody’s Jam of the Week: Virginia Strong Beer Tasting

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Next Wednesday, the ABVs will be through the roof as Mad Fox – fresh off its Best Beer Program Rammy nomination – holds its Virginia Strong Beer Tasting showcasing double digit selections from top Virginia breweries. Hosted by D.C. beer guru Bob Tupper, the tasting will give craft beer lovers […]

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Critter Corner: Clifford and Rockford

March 30, 2015 9:39 AM0 comments

Clifford and Rockford are 1-year-old standard poodle brothers from the eastern shore who were on a search for spring off Broad Street and they found it.

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Press Pass: The Machine

March 26, 2015 9:43 AM0 comments

Tahrah Cohen, a founding member of the Pink Floyd tribute band The Machine, said that the band has about 100 songs in their repertoire and keeps records of their set lists from each show – so that they can give the audience a unique experience every time. “We know what […]

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Restaurant Spotlight: Teaism

March 25, 2015 6:40 PM0 comments

Teaism mainly markets itself as a “collection of Asian-inspired tea houses,” as it says on one part of the “About” page on its website. But it’s also one of D.C.’s coolest regional restaurants. The tea house-eatery franchise, which has four locations in the region – three in D.C. and one […]

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Jody’s Jam of the Week: Falls Church Restaurant Week

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If you’ve been doing it right, you should already have three days of Little City wining and dining under your belt. The best part, however, is that there’s still four more days left in Falls Church Restaurant Week so there’s plenty more eating to do. On the menu, there’s tacos, […]

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Critter Corner: Blue

March 24, 2015 3:33 PM0 comments

Here is Blue on top of the Blue Mountain Conservatory hike.  The 7-year-old dog of the Sirotas, Blue is not a cold weather fan. He loves to sunbathe on his family’s deck or lay in his bed next to the fireplace.

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