Press Pass: Zoe Muth

May 14, 2014 5:07 PM2 comments

Seattle’s Emmylou. It’s the name singer-songwriter Zoe Muth earned playing bars in the Emerald City where an Americana scene thrived. The first part of the moniker boasts some hometown pride; the second likens her brand of classic country to songstress Emmylou Harris. But the past year has brought change on […]

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Jody’s Jam of the Week: Mosaic Central Farm Market

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Falls Church has an amazing farmer’s market. One of the best in the whole D.C. area.

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Restaurant Spotlight: 100 Montaditos

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Like variety? At a new eatery in Rosslyn, you have your pick of 100 unique sandwiches, priced and sized so that you can try many different selections when enjoying a meal here. It’s right in the name: 100 Montaditos. The Arlington outpost, which opened at the end of March, is […]

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Clark’s Weekly Arlington Columns Now a Book

May 9, 2014 10:19 AM0 comments

Charlie Clark is a combination of Arlington County’s ultimate “home town boy” and an ink-in-the-veins journalist. That becomes clear from reading the collection of 106 of the more than 150 weekly columns (and counting) that he’s written for the Falls Church News-Press since 2010 that he’s compiled into a single […]

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Jody’s Jam of the Week: Mother’s Day Cruises on the Potomac

May 7, 2014 5:48 PM0 comments

From the moment you wake up this Sunday, it’s all about the Moms. There are innumerable ways to celebrate Mother’s Day and if you’re going conventional, there’s no shortage of brunches around Falls Church that will surely do her right. But how about taking it up a notch?

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Restaurant Spotlight: Four Sisters Grill

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Four Sisters has long been a Falls Church favorite. From its beginnings decades ago in Eden Center to its latest chapter in Merrifield, the restaurant has become a go-to spot for fine Vietnamese dining. It’s a reputation that makes the opening of Four Sisters Grill all the more exciting. Last […]

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Press Pass: The Motet

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A band that’s just starting out hits the studio for the first time and records some tracks. It’s their debut album, and it’s a self-titled release. That’s not a surprising scenario; in fact, it’s common. What’s surprising is when a band that’s been around for 14 years decides that its […]

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FCNP’s Benton Among 2014 ‘Capital Pride Heroes’ Honorees

May 2, 2014 4:08 PM0 comments

WASHINGTON, DC — Capital Pride is proud to announce the recipients of the Annual 2014 Capital Pride Heroes Award, the TransPride Engendered Spirits, and the winners of awards named for the late founding board members of the Capital Pride Alliance, Bill Miles and Larry Stansbury. The recipients will be honored […]

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Jody’s Jam of the Week: 2nd Annual Mad Fox’s Spring Bock Festival

April 30, 2014 5:48 PM0 comments

The beer festival season rolls on! After last week’s SpringFest in Shirlington, Mad Fox Brewery’s Spring Bock Festival is back for its second annual installment in Falls Church this Saturday.

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Restaurant Spotlight: Yayla Bistro

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Just over the Falls Church City line into Arlington, a new restaurant has opened in a familiar space. Yayla Bistro made its debut this spring, setting up shop in what was once the private dining room of the French restaurant and neighborhood stalwart La Côte D’Or. Already the Mediterranean restaurant, […]

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