News-Press’ Nick Gatz Wins Nationals Art Contest

June 4, 2015 9:30 AM0 comments

The News-Press’ own graphic arts designer Nick Gatz has won the first prize in the Washington Nationals’ #VoteNatsArtwork contest, and as a result he is invited to go onto the field prior to Friday’s Nationals game and present the Nationals’ line up card to the umpires. Gatz’ art highly creative […]

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One More Page Books Hosts Several Authors This Week

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One More Page Books, located at 2200 N. Westmoreland St., Arlington, is hosting several authors for book discussions and signings over the next week, starting with an appearance by Eric Lotke tonight at 7 p.m. Lotke will be discussing and signing copies of his new book Making Manna, a tale of triumph […]

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FCCPS Honors 16 Employees at Retirement Celebration

June 3, 2015 2:56 PM0 comments

Ten of the sixteen employees retiring from the Falls Church City Public School system were honored at the school system’s 2015 Retirement Celebration on Tuesday evening in the Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School cafeteria and auditorium. The ten employees were recognized at the ceremony were George Mason High School counselor Nancy Goldman, […]

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Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Hosts Chamber Music Recital

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Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, located at 3022 Woodlawn Ave., Falls Church, is hosting a Chamber Music Recital this Sunday, June 7, 3 p.m. The concert is free open to the public and will feature The United States Army Field Band. Performers in the band include master sergeant Reis McCullough on clarinet, […]

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Dulin United Methodist Hosts ‘Folk Revival 2015′

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Dulin United Methodist Church at 513 E. Broad Street is hosting a the Oshkosh Youth choir under the direction of James Jenson for a program entitled Folk Revival 2015. At the concert, which is scheduled for Monday, June 15, the youth choir will sing music by Peter, Paul and Mary, […]

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More Classes Start at NVCC on June 29

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Registration is open for a six-week summer session of classes at Northern Virginia Community College, which is set to kick off on June 29. Prospective students must register for classes by 11:59 p.m. on June 28 to enroll in the classes. The six-week session is a convenient time for college students […]

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Providence Players Open ‘The Glass Mendacity’

June 2, 2015 1:39 PM0 comments

The Providence Players of Fairfax opened a new play last Thursday, May 29, called “The Glass Mendacity,” which poses and, perhaps, answers the question “What do you get when you put the characters of A Streetcar Named Desire, The Glass Menagerie and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in the […]

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500 Participate in Relay for Life at George Mason HS

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Over 500 people from Falls Church and surrounding areas participated in the American Cancer Society’s Falls Church-Vienna Relay for Life last Saturday at George Mason High School. Participants walked the track from noon – midnight at Mason as a symbol of the journey cancer patients undergo. Falls Church City Mayor David Tarter and […]

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FIRST Friday Jamboree to Honor Bobby Joe Small

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Stifel & Capra at 260 West Broad Street is hosting a jamboree honoring local musical icon Bobby Joe Small and his wife Patty for their contributions to the city over the years. Andrew Acosta will be one of Small’s many musician friends who will be present at the jam, which […]

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Boy Scout Troop 895 Honors Vets

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BOY SCOUT TROOP 895 from Falls Church honored military veterans on Memorial Day with an early morning flag raising ceremony at Veterans Commons on the Washington & Old Dominion Bike Trail and, by placing American flags on the graves of fallen veterans at National Memorial Park. Boy Scout troop Ben Dillard lays […]

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