For an authentic Thai dinner, T.H.A.I. in Shirlington hits the spot. Nestled in the middle of Arlington’s Village at Shirlington, it is extremely identifiable by its bright yellow awning. T.H.A.I., an acronym standing for “Tasty Thai Cuisine, Hospitality and Warmth, Architectural Elegance, Innovative Seasonal Menus,” mixes those ingredients well to […]
The 16th Annual Capital Jazz Festival Friday through Sunday, June 6 – 8, at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia MD. Peformers include Average White Band, Chris Botti, Jonathan Butler, Randy Crawford and Joe Sample, Brian Culbertson and the Funk Experience, Down to the Bone, Roberta Flack, Ken Ford, Four80East, Howard […]
The World Series of Poker, poker’s most prestigious event, will kick off in a few short weeks. The WSOP features world championships in various forms of the game, all leading up to the granddaddy of them all, the $10,000 buy-in Main Event.
“How safe is my home?” It’s probably not something you consider often. If you did, it was more likely in terms of keeping the doors locked to prevent intruders. But there is another side to home safety, one that is less talked about but more likely to directly affect you […]
This might seem an odd time to think about apple ciders and apple wines, but don’t be surprised if you end up serving some at your Fourth of July backyard picnic.
Crime report for the weeks of May 20 – June 2, 2008
The dog days of summer will soon be upon us as the 2008 presidential and senatorial nomination contests slowly conclude.
What: 28th Annual Herndon Festival When: Thursday-Sunday, May 29 – June 1 Where: Downtown Herndon, Virginia See www.herndonfestival.net for hours, schedule and more information
Police Lawsuit Against F.C. Dismissed Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields announced at Tuesday’s City Council meeting that the lawsuit filed by four City police officers in 2005 alleging racial discrimination in the department was dismissed “with prejudice” in Federal District Court last week, clearing the City of the allegations. […]
Janice Mildred Eklund, 57, a longtime resident of the City of Falls Church and one of the first elected school board members in Virginia, died on Tuesday, May 6, 2008, of colon cancer at her home in Annandale, Va.