One More Page Announces October Events

September 28, 2015 10:00 AM0 comments

One More Page, which sits on the edge of Falls Church City at 2200 N. Westmoreland St., Arlington, announced its October slate of events on Thursday, Sept. 24. The local bookstore will open October with a launch party for the newest edition of Aois21 Annual, a collection of poetry, short […]

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Providence Players Kick Off Season with ‘Calendar Girls’

September 25, 2015 3:29 PM0 comments

The Providence Players are set to kick off their 18th season with their production of Tim Firth’s “Calendar Girls,” which opens on Friday, Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the James Lee Community Center, located at 2855 Annandale Road, Falls Church. Opening in the same week that the McLean Community […]

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23rd Annual Farm Day Will Feature Apple Cider Pressing

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The City of Falls Church’s 23rd Annual Farm Day, scheduled for Oct. 10 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., will feature apple cider pressing among the other activities celebrating farm life. Cherry Hill Park at 312 Park Avenue will once again play host of the event. Andrew Acosta & The New […]

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Faces of Falls Church: September 24 – 30, 2015

September 24, 2015 1:57 PM0 comments

“I started painting when I moved into my new house that had no art. I started to really enjoy it so I kept painting but I had no wall space left. I continued to paint and ended up with a roomful of paintings that I wanted to sell. So I […]

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Area Residents Gather in F.C. for an Eventful Saturday

September 23, 2015 3:33 PM0 comments

The 2015 Taste of Falls Church and Fall Festival brought residents from around the region to the Little City on Saturday, Sept. 20. In addition to the Taste, which featured some of Falls Church’s top restaurants, and the Fall Festival, which featured local bands, crafts, moon bounces of various kinds […]

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George Mason High School Class Learns on Potomac

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One section of George Mason High School’s international baccalaureate environmental systems and societies class traveled on the Potomac River with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation on Monday, Sept. 21. The students learned about watershed science and how to determine the health of the river and bay by running nutrient tests, determining pH […]

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Francisco Durán Named Chief Academic Officer for FCPS

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Fairfax County Public Schools superintendent Karen K. Garza has named Francisco Durán, who currently serves as superintendent of Trenton Public Schools in New Jersey as the County’s new chief academic officer, effective Tuesday, Oct. 20, the county announced in a press release on Tuesday, Sept. 22. Duran will replace Kim […]

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New Manager Chosen for Bailey’s Community Shelter

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Northern Virginia Family Services has been chosen by the Fairfax County Office to Prevent and End Homelessness to manage the Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter, the county-owned 50-bed emergency facility for single homeless men and women, located at 3525 Moncure Ave., Falls Church, according to a press release sent out by Northern Virginia […]

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Over 4,000 Pounds of Food &Toiletries Delivered During Day to Serve

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Over 4,000 pounds of food and toiletries were delivered to local food banks on Saturday, Sept. 19 during this Falls Church City’s day to serve. This year a food drive sponsored by the Falls Church Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints proved no different. Mayor David Tarter […]

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League of Women Voters Registers Mason Students

September 22, 2015 4:05 PM0 comments

As part of National Voter Registration Day, the League of Women Voters assisted students at George Mason High School with registering to vote. Members of the organization were in the Mustang Cafe lobby on Tuesday from 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Students who successfully registered to vote will be eligible […]

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