Dark Star Orchestra Thursday, Dickie Betts Friday, State Theatre, 220 N. Washington St., Falls Church.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
10 New Projects Said ‘Visionary, Ahead of Curve’ Usually when the word “billion” is used with a dollar sign, it’s in reference to some big spending in Washington, D.C. Seldom is it relevant to anything pertaining to little Falls Church. But that’s what they were talking about at the Greater […]
The Washington Post announced yesterday that it has retained Michael Gerson, a former G. W. Bush speech writer, as a regular columnist.
May 17 – 23, 2007
Death should be wished upon no one. It, after all, takes away the greatest gift imaginable, life itself. But alas it appears inevitable, as it came to be for a delicious foe, the Rev. Jerry Falwell, this week.
Tuesday’s “Developer Showcase” presentation at the luncheon of the Greater Falls Church Chamber of Commerce was veritably breathtaking. A full house watched five different developers put forth every new development project that’s now underway in the commercial zones of tiny Falls Church, and taken cumulatively, it was stunning.
Peter Pan is the imagination of abandoned street urchins. They are the real subjects of the story, which is more Dickins-esque than most people realize.
Read Building Is Unique to Entire Region The big banner hanging off the new building reads that the first occupant, a boutique fitness facility, will be open for business in May. Well, it’s May!
In his TV interviews this week following the release of his new book, former CIA chief George Tenet reveals a deeply troubling account of his agency’s assessment in early 2003 that Saddam Hussein indeed was stockpiling weapons of mass destruction.
While proper enforcement of existing laws would have kept weapons out of the hands of the student who killed 32 others at Virginia Tech last month, three legislative priorities of gun control advocates would surely have prevented that tragedy, the head of the nation’s most visible gun control organization told […]