Donors interested in contributing $15 or more to The Arc of Northern Virginia during the month of March, “Intellectual and Development Disabilities Awareness Month,” will receive a certificate for a free large pizza from Vocelli Pizza of Falls Church. The Arc of Northern Virginia supports people and families living with […]
LESS THAN SIX MONTHS AGO, new Pizzeria Orso corporate chef Bertrand Chemel had no experience with pizza. Today, he’s...
(Photo: Courtesy of Ari Autor) After a postponement over the weekend due to inclement weather, George Mason High School’s...
Callie Stapp, curator of collections at Alexandria’s Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary, will be giving a talk called...
The Alden Theatre in McLean is accepting applications until Friday, Feb. 13, for its James C. MacDonald Fine Arts Scholarship Compeition. High school students in the Dranesville 1A tax district are eligible for the competition, which seeks to aid students who wish to further their interest in the fine arts. […]Read more ›
Seth Haverkamp taught his popular Portait Painting Workshop this past weekend. Many fine portraits were developed with the personal instruction of the internationally-known Haverkamp. He will return to teach a Still Life and Backgrounds class for Falls Church Arts on April 11 and 12 at ArtSpace Falls Church.Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: January 15 – 21, 2015 Thanks for Help With Tinner Hill Anniversary Editor, This past weekend Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the group that became the first rural branch of the NAACP. We celebrated the dedication of the […]Read more ›
Last Thursday afternoon, dozens of George Mason High School students volunteered to help the Falls Church Lions Club unload a truck full of fresh citrus fruit from Florida. The Lions citrus sale, which was originally scheduled for only last weekend, was extended to this Saturday, Dec. 13.Read more ›
Arlington-based musician Michael Mattice has been taking a break from touring over the past few months to work on his sophomore solo album, which doesn’t have an official title. He told the News-Press it’s going to be a departure from his debut album, Comin’ Home, which he released in 2013. […]Read more ›
Students in Rob Carey’s 4th grade class at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School learn to code as part of Computer Science Education Week last week. Also, many Jefferson students and their parents participated in two Hour of Code events held at Jefferson last week.Read more ›