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Press Pass: Nicholas David

November 12, 2014 10:44 PM0 comments

Singer-songwriter Nicholas David told the News-Press in an interview ahead of his Wednesday show at The Hamilton in Washington, D.C. that the past couple of years have been crazy. He was a finalist on the third season of NBC’s “The Voice,” and has been enjoying a noticeable increase in demand […]

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Sean Follin to Present on Millenials at F.C. Chamber Luncheon

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Sean Follin of the New Rise Strategy Group will present on attracting, hiring, and motivating Millennials at the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce’s Nov. 18 networking luncheon. Follin is the principal of New Rise which works to help business leaders address generational differences in the workplace to generate results, increase […]

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Doodlehopper 4 Kids Offers Free American Girl Doll Crafts

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Doodlehopper 4 Kids is offering free American Girl doll crafts on Saturday, Nov. 15, from 2 – 3 p.m. at their Falls Church location. Bring an American Girl doll into the store and make two crafts for the doll. Those who register in advance will be eligible to win Samantha […]

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2nd Annual Little City Shop Hop is This Weekend

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The second annual Little City Shop Hop is taking place Friday, Nov. 14 – Sunday, Nov. 16. As an incentive to shop local, shoppers are invited to stop by any of the participating businesses for a passport, visit and have at least six of them initial the passport, and then […]

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One More Page Hosts ‘Kids Love to Write’ Competition

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One More Page Books, located at 2200 Westmoreland St. #101, Arlington, hosted the Kids Love to Write competition on Saturday, Nov. 1, in partnership with Thomas Jefferson Elementary School. As part of the writing competition, two Thomas Jefferson students per grade were selected to read their works in front of […]

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F.C. Library Logs Busy Summer

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It was a busy summer at Mary Riley Styles Public Library in the City of Falls Church. Over 2,000 readers of all ages signed up for the library’s Summer Reading program, according to a report from City Hall. Of those, 124 adults and 726 kids and teens successfully completed the […]

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Gross Elected President of Va. County League

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Fairfax County Supervisor Penelope A. “Penny” Gross, representing the Mason District adjacent the City of Falls Church and a long-time News-Press columnist, was elected president of the Virginia Association of Counties for the coming year at the organization’s 80th annual conference in Bath County on Nov. 11. She becomes the […]

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Weir TV Documentary Hits Putin LGBT Woes

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Two-time Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir, at 30 now retired from the sport but elevated to the lofty heights on NBC’s official prime skater commentator team, pulled another one of his unpredictable moves this month by premiering a new television documentary dealing with issues surrounding gay athletes at the Sochi […]

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Residents Hear Plans for Parks, Library at VPIS Meeting

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by Patricia Leslie New officers, awards, parks, and an expanded library were on the agenda at the fall membership meeting of the Village Preservation and Improvement Society, which met Sunday, Nov. 9, at the American Legion Post 130 on North Oak Street. About 80 people came to hear the ideas […]

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Yellow Decal Required by Nov. 15

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All cars, trucks, and motorcycles normally garaged within the City must be registered and clearly display a 2015 yellow City decal. The City’s parking enforcement officer will ticket cars without decals properly posted on front windshields. The treasurer’s office mails the current year decals with the personal property tax bills each year. […]

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