From the Front Row: Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

November 7, 2018 7:45 PM0 comments

As a member of the Joint Health Care Commission, I requested a two year study on the Medical Aid in Dying legislation being adopted by a notable number of states across the country. My question was: What has been the outcome of this legislation? Is this a step that we […]

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Guest Commentary: Shaping the Future Leaders of Our Little City

November 1, 2018 11:30 AM0 comments

By Hannah Jordan Raising kids — the responsible, caring, and well-adjusted kind — is a daunting task, especially in this fast-paced age of social media, video games, affluence and political divisions. Parents and children can feel overwhelmed by the constant news coverage which often instills fear and leads to immobilization […]

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Senator Dick Saslaw’s Richmond Report

11:00 AM0 comments

I am at a loss for words trying to address the crisis this nation is facing. Bombs being sent to elected officials, including former presidents, people being gunned down in their sacred place of worship… enough! Let this country come together in peace. Stop the now daily experience of violence […]

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Editorial: Your Special Power: Your Vote!

10:27 AM0 comments

The Human Rights Campaign’s tweet yesterday was the best. Concerning the critical upcoming midterm elections next Tuesday, it showed a GIF from the Harry Potter movies with the text, “We’re all gifted a special power and it is not magic…it’s our vote.” Yes, it is like magic, though. If you […]

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A Penny for Your Thoughts: News of Greater Falls Church

9:58 AM0 comments

Hate is a four letter word. So is love. Both can be powerful forces in human emotions. Tragically, it was hate that propelled Robert Bowers to massacre 11 worshippers as they prayed in their Pittsburgh synagogue on a quiet Sabbath morning last week. And it appeared to be hate that […]

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Our Man in Arlington

October 31, 2018 4:58 PM0 comments

Competitive sports, unsurprisingly, were central to the historic desegregation of Arlington schools. On Oct. 11, a roster of players from both realms of that 1960s drama reunited to blend glory-days of athletic feats with sometimes-painful memories of tough social change. I heard humor, camaraderie and confessions at the panel arranged […]

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