“Clifton and I have fond memories in Falls Church and it is bittersweet to be leaving; however, I look forward to returning and celebrating the opening of the new facility.”
Early 2020 taught me to be careful what you wish for…
We couldn’t agree more with Washington Post columnist Margaret Sullivan’s latest column, calling on her media colleagues to break up “cold turkey” with the defeated Donald Trump.
Renamings are unfolding all around us.
Last week, I presented a portion of my annual State of Mason District Report, usually given in-person at the annual Mason District Holiday Town Gathering, and promised to include a second portion in this week’s column.
The coronavirus pandemic is changing a lot of holiday celebrations and traditions, and one casualty is the annual Mason District Holiday Town Gathering.
‘Tis the season — and the era in history — to pay it forward.
One of the responsibilities of the General Assembly that I have been focusing on more and more over the past several sessions is criminal justice reform.
“While I love all these traditions, I see Hannukah’s beauty in the simplicity of its essential ritual: lighting candles each night for eight nights and setting the menorah in the window, in view of the street.”
The board vote Tuesday was another step in the spirit that Mason and Jefferson sought to advance with their great seminal achievement.