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Arlington Gallery Exhibiting ‘Art Brut’ in New Show

July 30, 2014 8:26 PM0 comments

Gallery Underground opened a new show on Monday in partnership with Art Purple, an art therapy program that works with the unique cultures both of individuals with disabilities, and of military members and their families. The show, entitled “Making Their Mark: Art Brut”, features work described as “raw art” – […]

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Arlington Naturalists Group Announces Fall 2014 Course

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Arlington Regional Master Naturalists, a corps of volunteers who provide education, outreach and service dedicated to beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas, will be holding training sessions for anyone interested in becoming a Master Naturalists volunteer. Experts in a range of disciplines related to natural history, such as […]

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FC Resident Receives Award for Play About Autism

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Falls Church City resident Bernie DeLeo received the Grassroots Award from the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) on July 23 for a play he wrote based on his son Chris DeLeo, who is on the autism spectrum. DeLeo, the drama director at West Springfield High School, wrote “Nerdicus […]

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Former FC Councilman Authors Book

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Gary Knight, member of the Falls Church City Council and vice mayor in the 1980s, has published a work of fiction, entitled Forgotten Brothers. Knight previously wrote a non-profit book entitled How to Treat a Woman, which advises professional men on how to successfully establish meaningful relationships with women. His […]

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Body Dynamics Works with George Mason HS Athletes

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Staff from Body Dynamics, a Falls Church gym whose mission is to integrate physical therapy with complementary medicine, health promotion and wellness services, gave an eight-week strength and conditioning clinic to George Mason High School’s student-athletes. Members of the Mustangs’ baseball, basketball and football teams were trained by Patrick Suarez […]

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Creative Cauldron Announces 2014-15 Season

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The not-for-profit arts organization Creative Cauldron announced their 2014-15 season last week, which will include a diverse range of programming, including adult theater with professional casts and family-friendly shows presented by Creative Cauldron’s Learning Theater Ensemble. The organization will kick off the season with a production of “Jacques Brel is […]

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City of Falls Church Accepting School Supplies Donations

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The City of Falls Church Housing and Human Services (HHS) department is holding a school supplies drive for students in need. Donations are being accepted through August 20 in the HHS office at City Hall (300 Park Ave., Room G04, Falls Church) Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 […]

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Tax Free School Supplies This Weekend

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For the ninth straight year, many clothing items, shoes, and school and office supplies will be sales tax-free in Virginia during the first full weekend in August, which is this Friday, August 1 – Sunday, August 3. During the three-day event, most school and office supplies that cost $20 or […]

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Ebbin Calls on GOP State Treasurer to Resign

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State Sen. Adam Ebbin, a Democrat, has lashed out at controversial comments posted on Facebook by the secretary of the Republican Party of Virginia this week, calling for his resignation. The posting by Bob FitzSimmons, treasurer of the GOP state organization and deputy clerk of the circuit court for Prince […]

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Spectrum Hearing Re-Set for Aug. 11

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At the request of the developer, Spectrum Development, a scheduled public hearing and vote on its request for a “first reading” approval of its large mixed-use plans for the intersection of W. Broad and N. West Streets by the Falls Church City Council last Monday was postponed until Aug. 11. […]

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