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Hoang’s Grill Closing Thursday, Sports Bar Taking Its Place

October 15, 2014 3:49 PM0 comments

Falls Church’s Hoang’s Grill and Sushi Bar’s will be closing its doors tomorrow for the last time, Thursday, Oct. 16. An announcement from the restaurant’s management released today says “On behalf of the Hoang family and staff, at the bottom of our hearts we thank you for your loyalty and patronage. We are […]

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D.C. Central Kitchen Gives Demo at Farmer’s Market

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The next Falls Church Farmer’s Market Chef Demonstration is this Saturday, Oct. 18, from 9 – 11 a.m. and will feature Ed Kwitowski, executive chef of D.C. Central Kitchen. He will be creating a seasonal salad with sweet potatoes and spinach accented with roasted pumpkin seeds, answering questions about modifying […]

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Press Pass: Chris Knight

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Singer-songwriter Chris Knight started teaching himself guitar on his older brother’s guitar by learning the songs of country/folk singer-songwriter John Prine. So it was a dream come true when Prine heard the title track off of Knight’s latest album Little Victories (2012) and decided he wanted to sing on the […]

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Mason XC Takes On Muddy Course At Glory Days Meet

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With the rain starting Friday night at Mason’s Homecoming game, the Mustang runners knew they were heading off for a soggy day when they boarded their buses Saturday morning. Still just how much thick, deep mud awaited them at Bull Run Park was a surprise to everyone. With rain during […]

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Mustang Field Hockey Beats Patriot HS on Senior Night

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by Ian Graig The George Mason High School varsity field hockey team finished its regular season with a strong 11-3 record after an exciting and hard-fought 3-1 win at home on Tuesday night against Patriot High School. The win, which came before a big and boisterous Senior Night crowd, capped […]

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Parking Lane on N. Annandale Rd. Temporarily Closed

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The parking lane on North Annandale Road will be closed while a contractor does work on the sewer system associated with the development at 301 W. Broad Street. The lane will be closed starting at North Maple Avenue to the end of the project area. The work on the sewer system […]

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Arlington Fire Station 6 Hosts Open House With FCVFD

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by Liz Lizama A little rain did not stop the community from attending the Falls Church Volunteer Fire Department and Arlington County Fire Department’s open house on Saturday. More than 200 people attended the festivities held at Arlington County’s Fire Station No. 6 located at 555 N. Washington Street. The […]

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Falls Church Arts’ ‘ART 21′ Screening Series Starts Thursday

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Falls Church Arts is hosting a series of screenings of the PBS series “ART 21: Art in the Twenty-First Century” at ArtSpace Falls Church, beginning tomorrow night, Oct. 16. The event will start at 7 p.m. for a reception and the screening begins at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. […]

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Victorian Society Hosts Halloween-Themed Events

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The Victorian Society at Falls Church is hosting a night of the ghost stories of legendary writer Ambrose Bierce at the Cherry Hill Farmhouse, located at 312 Park Ave., Falls Church, on Friday, Oct. 24, from 8 – 10 p.m. Reservations are recommended and admission to the event is $6. […]

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Siegel, Benton Make Virginia School Boards Association 2014 Media Honor Roll

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Stephen Siegel of the Falls Church Times was honored by the Falls Church School Board which nominated him for the Virginia School Boards Association 2014 Media Honor Roll. He’s shown here with School Board chair Susan Kearney. Falls Church News-Press publisher and editor Nicholas F. Benton was also honored this […]

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