Falls Church’s Creative Cauldron, glowing from the four Helen Hayes Award nominations racked up this past week, drew a sold out audience for the opening night of its steamy, torchy, sexy and energetic musical ensemble production, “Blues in the Night,” at the ArtSpace Falls Church on Saturday night. The show, […]
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JAY TRAN shows off his bubble tea at TeaDM in Eden Center. (Courtesy Photo) At five o’clock every morning, Jay Tran...
Falls Church’s Creative Cauldron theater program took another big leap toward a proud regional profile with Monday...
When temperatures hit 70 in Falls Church last month, Bennett Kimmel went for a leisurely winter-time stroll through...
Michael Clem of The Michael Clem Band moved away from Northern Virginia nearly a decade ago, but he hasn’t been a stranger to the region since relocating to Charlottesville in 2008. And he will be coming back to his old hometown on Saturday, Jan. 7 for a special birthday show […]Read more ›
THIS IS WINSTON. He’s a 9 year old Doxiepoo. He loves to lay around and bark at every single noise or movement he hears. He is most definitely a momma’s boy and is one of the most stubborn dogs you will ever meet.Read more ›
There is a prolific improvisational band in Falls Church, though they are largely unknown. The band’s name is Conduit and they have produced 56 CDs in the last 12 years and have a 57th on the horizon. Since the group is improvisational, every CD is distinct from all of the […]Read more ›
Book Review: How to Survive a Plague, The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS By David France (New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2016)
David France has been involved in the New York gay scene since, by coincidence, almost precisely the time that the AIDS epidemic was first noted in the press in July 1981. So, aside from the previous decade following the 1969 Stonewall Riots, as a journalist he saw the plague and […]Read more ›
NRBQ, the rock band that’s celebrating 50 years since its founding in 1966, is known for its tendency to include antics in its already rollicking stage show. Some of the highlights include performing in their pajamas and exploding Cabbage Patch Dolls on stage. Terry Adams, the founder of the group, […]Read more ›
THIS GUINEA PIG IS DRESSED AS SANTA CLAUS, but its name is Oreo. It was dressed up by local children who were feeling festive with the Christmas holiday right around the corner. Oreo’s partner-in-crime, Rocky, will be featured in an upcoming edition of the paper.Read more ›