For florists, Christmas comes in February, usually the time when lovers accelerate their flower power engines for Valentine’s Day. Carol Beales has owned Galleria Florist on Lee Highway for 15 years and knows a thing or two about the business. For flower buyers, she urges them to “be patient. It’s […]
Author: Patricia Leslie
Reboot for Youth is a non-profit that restores computers for area families who don’t have the financial means to buy a computer for their children to use for school work.
For area New England and Seattle fans, the wine and beer connoisseurs at Red, White & Bleu and Dominion Wine and Beer have ideas for you and your guests’ palates for the big game. Have you ever drank beer from New England? If not, now’s the time to try it. […]
Quick! What do an ear swab, a smartphone accessory and a math app have in common? They are all inventions conceived by Falls Church area residents, all of whom have raised money for their products through crowdfunding. (Crowdfunding is the practice of raising money for a project from many people, […]
Falls Church and area residents can renew “auld” acquaintances (and make new ones) on New Year’s Eve when the 17th annual Watch Night party lights up downtown starting at 7 p.m.
The Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority will clear the Washington & Old Dominion Trail of snow this winter, says Chris Pauley, the director of park operations. The trail, owned and operated by the park authority, runs through Falls Church and is widely used by bikers, runners, walkers, skaters, and dog […]
Falls Church’s homeless center may be homeless itself in the not-too-distant future.
Jack Lanouette and his mother, Libby Emge, of 510 East Broad Street, have some outdoor Christmas decorating advice. “I don’t have Martha Stewart tips,” Jack said. But who needs Martha when Falls Church has Jack? Supplies are available at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, Michaels, Home Depot and Lowe’s. 1) […]
Falls Church residents know the house with the biggest Christmas display around: the one at 510 East Broad Street, right across the street from Dulin United Methodist Church.