Few people can claim the varied skills and experiences of Falls Church resident Bill Abel.Read more ›
Articles by: Patricia Leslie
The head chefs at the Mad Fox Brewing Company, Argia’s and Dogwood Tavern don’t have much time to cook at home or shop for groceries.
When you’re in the kitchen 10 hours a day, six days a week, it’s hard to find a minute for much else.
This year marks the seventh annual Northern Virginia Housing Expo designed to educate and inform home buyers and apartment seekers.Read more ›
The first-ever Mardi Gras parade in Falls Church will kick off this Sunday at 5 p.m. on Broad Street with so many floats (20 and counting) that the parade will exceed the route. Having too many floats for the route is “a really good problem for the first year,” said […]Read more ›
Falls Church, along with much of Northern Virginia, voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton in November’s election and as Donald Trump prepares to be sworn into office Friday, some customers at the market were asked about their plans for the inauguration.Read more ›
Celebrating the New Year in Falls Church should be a pleasant affair with forecasts of clear and mild weather for this Saturday during the City’s annual Watch Night festivities.Read more ›
It was a cold and windy day on Saturday, Dec. 3 at the first of three Falls Church Holiday Farmers Market, but the weather didn’t stop customers from buying cold gazpacho soup at Chris’ Market. “I sell it now [but] my customers demand it year round,” says Chris Hoge, the […]Read more ›
Congressional School on Sleepy Hollow Road in Falls Church “is not ‘one size fits all,’” says Janet Marsh, head of the school. “We care about everyone here, and we get to know each child and their family,” said Marsh, explaining her school’s “very individualist approach” to education. Congressional has recently […]Read more ›
“Guys and Dolls” won’t “Shrek” in “Urinetown” if they “Don’t Drink the Water” served by a “Sea Cook.”Read more ›
It will be the concert heard around the nation this Sunday when thousands of performers, including George Mason High School’s jazz ensemble, play throughout the U.S. at free “End Gun Violence” shows, including four at Falls Church locations.Read more ›