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PNC Bank Hosting Webcast Featuring ‘Shark Tank’ Star

April 16, 2014 7:54 PM0 comments

PNC Bank is hosting “Driving Your Business: Fast Forward and Focused,” a live webcast scheduled for May 21 from 12:30 – 2 p.m. The event will feature Robert Herjavec, star of ABC’s “Shark Tank” and founder and CEO of The Herjavec Group. Those interested can register at pnc.com/4yourbiz for the […]

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F.C. Police Officer Raising Funds at Four P’s

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Falls Church Police Officer James Brooks will be raising funds for the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV at Ireland’s Four Provinces on Friday, April 25 from 8 – 10 p.m. Officer Brooks, who will ride his stationary bicycle training while guests enjoy themselves at the Irish Pub, has dedicated his […]

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BJ’s Now Carrying Crumbs Bake Shop Items

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BJ’s Wholesale Club is now carrying Crumbs Bake Shop items including cupcakes, ice cream cupcakes, ice cream sheet cakes, and Crumbnuts— a cross between a croissant and a donut. Crumbs’ desserts, which were only available at Crumbs Bake Shops until now, will be carried in all 201 BJ’s Wholesale locations […]

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F.C. Chamber Mixer Hosted by Eagle Bank Next Tuesday

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EagleBank is hosting a networking mixer for the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, April 22 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. The event is free to members of the business community but guests are asked to bring gently used shoes to donate to the bank’s efforts to support Soles4Souls […]

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The Family Values Charade

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The conservative “Family Values” charade is one of the biggest political scams in history. For three decades, mostly Republican lawmakers exploited the alleged threat of single moms and gays to distract the electorate from their greed-inspired pilfering of our financial system. In a classic bait and switch, these charlatans would […]

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Congress Moran’s News Commentary: Fighting to Close Guantanamo Bay

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Last week I introduced an amendment that would have given the Obama Administration the autonomy needed to decide how best close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility and transfer out the remaining prisoners.

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Mason Boys & Girls Soccer Teams Drub Clarke Co. Rivals

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By Drew Costley Both of George Mason High School’s varsity soccer teams routed Clarke County High School’s varsity soccer teams last Wednesday. The boys soccer team bounced back from its first loss of the season with a 5-1 win over Clarke County last Wednesday. George Mason (6-1,6-1) Head Coach Frank […]

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Church Defectors Acted Immorally, Part 6

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(The sixth and final part of a series following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling earlier this month to let stand the lower court decision that the property of the historic Falls Church in Northern Virginia belonged to the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, and not an arch-conservative pack of defectors from […]

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After Repeat Concussions & 2 Years’ Recovery, Mason Goalie Makes Triumphant Return

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By Drew Costley In early December 2011, George Mason High School senior Rebecca Moot suffered a concussion after being elbowed in the head while defending an opposing team’s guard for George Mason’s varsity basketball team. As a result, Rebecca, a sophomore at the time, was sidelined for 12 days, but […]

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Restaurant Spotlight: Brunch at Dogwood Tavern

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For the month of April, the Restaurant Spotlight will be focusing on brunch at restaurants in the City of Falls Church. This week, we explore Dogwood Tavern’s Saturday brunch. Diners at Dogwood Tavern who visit early on Saturdays and Sundays could order from the restaurant’s full lunch menu, but they’d […]

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