By Lois Elfman One of the hottest shows on television today, The Americans, has a distinct connection to the city of Falls Church. Set in the 1980s during the Reagan era, the drama follows the lives and intrigues of KGB spies Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, who “the center” placed in […]
Arts & Entertainment
Creative Cauldron announced the world premiere of “Kaleidoscope,” a new musical written by Matt Conner and Stephen...
By J. Roslyn Sarah Denzil has written a fast-paced thriller that challenges what we believe about English village life....
Three of the mechanicals in a scene from McLean Community Players’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream: (L-R) Francis Flute...
By J. Roslyn I haven’t seen the movie version of “A Dog’s Purpose,” but I am going to go out on a limb and insist that, if you love dogs, you read this book whether you go to see the film or not. It will answer every question you have […]Read more ›
David and Rebecca Tax, owners of Clare and Don’s Beach Shack and Mike’s Deli in Falls Church, understand the importance of a good meal.
After all, the sibling duo has filled the bellies of hungry locals for over a decade.
In an effort to up your breakfast game, the News-Press has created a guide to help you kick-off the day on the right foot.Read more ›
The noxious combination of vanity and malfeasance results in near-disaster for the fantasy kingdom in Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fable, “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” rendered a delightfully entertaining production by the Creative Cauldron team of directors and musical innovators, now being performed through April 9 by the Learning Theater of […]Read more ›
Cleve Jones is the author of the current best-selling book, When We Rise, My Life in the Movement (New York, Hachette Books, 2016) that formed the basis for the recent TV mini-series by the same name on ABC. This memoir of his life in the gay movement is unique for […]Read more ›
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will be performed in Vinson Hall’s Community Building Ballroom (1735 Kirby Rd, McLean). It is usually dated 1595 or early 1596 and is one of the most widely performed of Shakespeare’s works. It will run weekends through Sunday, April 30. There will be no matinee performance […]Read more ›