“I was so impressed with this brief outline of her life and it was so unique, it just touched me, it’s an overdramatic and touching story,” author Eleanor Cripps said.
Author: Orrin Konheim
He often goes to the Library of Congress to scour treasures and is connected to fellow collectors. He even met his wife through a mutual collecting friend and the two merged catalogues when they married. Recently, a good friend of his passed away and he has tens of thousands of pieces of sheet music in his garage.
Courtney, 45, will be running the Safaricom Marathon, listed by Runner’s World Magazine as one of the world’s top 10 “must do” marathons.
Beyond the typical emotional support that Ebert gives to other cancer-stricken musicians, he also offers them something special as part of his non-profit foundation Cancer Can Rock — a free chance to record a song.
The common perception of many home buyers is that having low credit makes owning prohibitively expensive, but that isn’t as clear-cut as it’s made out to be.
In this spirit, “Alice in Wonderland” isn’t just a performance but a showcase for the Creative Cauldron’s Learning Theater program which is an intensive eight-week children’s theater course for kids ranging from age 7 – 13.
Happy Tart owner and operator Emma Cech, who has a degree in food science, wanted to close down the shop in Alexandria’s Del Ray neighborhood to focus on the research and product development on running a shipping business.
The play, about a professor named John (Christopher Crockett) on the verge of tenure and a student named Carol (Amanda Ranowsky) who accuses him of sexual harassment, is something that the Providence Players board felt the production would be better in a more intimate environment.
The Northern Virginia market and, particularly, Falls Church, continue to remain among the stablest and most healthy markets in the region heading into 2019. The 2018 data released by the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors shows that the area continues to be a sellers’ market with a tightening up of […]
For its holiday-themed play of the season, the Providence Players of Fairfax chose an extremely ambitious adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” by Rob Zapple that’s set in Missouri during the Great Depression. The classic Dickens iteration follows a miserly businessman in 18th-Century London, Ebenezer Scrooge (played here by […]