Articles by: Orrin Konheim

J.E.B. Stuart Rowing Team Reunites for 50th Anniversary of World Championship

July 6, 2018 12:00 PM0 comments

Dave Foulis and his friends of five decades look back at their world championship crew team as a group of rebels. “When we were rowing, we were not a recognized club; we were renegades,” Foulis said. “We had never won a varsity race before the season, we didn’t know how […]

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Audacious Aleworks Welcomed Into F.C.’s Brewery Scene

June 21, 2018 10:30 AM0 comments

Though Audacious Aleworks had their ribbon opening ceremony earlier this month, co-owner Brian Reinoehl won’t pinpoint that as the opening date of Falls Church’s new microbrewery. “We’ve been open for a couple months and because we have a number of beers, we’re still bringing in and expanding our space, we […]

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‘California Suite’ Offers Up Character-Driven Treat

June 11, 2018 1:40 PM0 comments

For their final production of the 2017-2018 season, the Providence Players have opted for one of the classics in Neil Simon’s “California Suite”. “It’s fair to say it’s hard to have a proper theater education without Neil Simon,” Janet Koehler Dueweke, who plays the actress Diana, told the News-Press. The […]

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Blind Hockey Team Doesn’t Let Lack of Vision Impair Their Game

May 4, 2018 9:30 AM0 comments

At the Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Ballston, most people who pass by the westernmost ice rink en route to see the Capitals scrimmaging on Sunday mornings might be astonished to know they’ve just witnessed blind people playing hockey. “The biggest misconception is that they cannot play hockey full-speed without help. […]

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Providence Players’ ‘The Front Page’ Brings The Life of 1920s Journalists to the Masses

April 11, 2018 7:27 PM0 comments

In their penultimate play of the 2017-2018 season, the Providence Players of Fairfax tackle the world of yellow journalism and Chicago crime in the classic 1928 stage comedy “The Front Page.” The original play, which is presented word-for-word here minus the racist language, is a significantly different beast than the […]

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Local Filmmaker’s New Documentary Explores Artist’s Connection to Family

March 29, 2018 2:47 PM0 comments

Falls Church’s native son Bob Burnett will be premiering his short film, “Edward Hopper and the Marshall House” at the 4th Annual Northern Virginia International Film Festival this Monday, April 2 at the Angelika Film Center and Café at Mosaic District.

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Town Hall Reflects on Gun Violence at Schools & Prospective Solutions

March 19, 2018 11:46 AM0 comments

A crowd of 1300 attended a town hall meeting with U.S. Representatives Don Beyer (D-VA) and Ted Deutch (D-FL) in addition to featured speaker Fred Guttenberg at T.C. Williams High School on March 7. Guttenberg lost his daughter Jaime in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in […]

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Northside Social Trending Toward April Opening

March 15, 2018 1:00 PM0 comments

The Northside Social on Park and North Maple Avenues will be opening by mid-April at the latest according to the upcoming café’s co-owner Stephen Fedorchak. Along with chef Matt Hill and business partners Brian Normille and brother Mark Fedorchak, the restaurant group also owns the new Liberty Barbecue in Falls […]

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Wiz Kids Turn Classic Toy into Tool for Success

March 8, 2018 3:00 PM0 comments

Standing around an elongated table, seven middle school students and their faculty advisor Jim Bradford eagerly uncover a stack of Rubik’s Cubes and get to solving. The students work the cubes seemingly faster than the speed of thought, shout across the table and pass the cubes around. A little over […]

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Unfilled Construction Jobs Causes Ripple Effect in Country

January 12, 2018 2:30 PM0 comments

Affecting everything from the fulfillment of national infrastructure projects to the industry’s ability to stock residential developments with capable workers in metropolitan suburbs, including the City of Falls Church, multiple reports from the development sector have shown a shortage of skilled labor in the area. Associated General Contractors of America […]

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