When “Clerks” debuted in 1994 it was widely held as one of the finest films to emerge from the independent film ranks. Though it was released in only a limited number of theaters, the film garnered much praise from critics and took home awards from nearly every film festival. Many […]
Arts & Entertainment
For the legendary Yardbirds, there have been precious few constants to mark a career of change. Most of those notable changes have come to the band itself, where only Chris Dreja and Jim McCarty remain from a lineup that once included the likes of Keith Relf, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck […]
The Arlington Sage 10U Girls Softball team swept through the single elimination round by a combined score of 29-2 to win the NSA Mid-Summer Challenge in Glen Burnie, MD on July 22-23.
A thrilling 4-3 victory over Tuckahoe on Sunday morning kept Falls Church in the running to play on in the Little League Majors State Tournament at Richlands, Va. But when all the first-round games in Pool Three were done on Monday, FC Red was in a three-way tie for the […]
Red carpets. Players shaking hands with fans. New food menus. Clear signage. Red-themed giveaways. Heck, giveaway-themed giveaways. 21 runs scored during three wins. RFK Stadium was the place to be last weekend.
Six hours away from Falls Church , down I-81, is a little town called Floyd . If Falls Church can be described as small, then Floyd is down right microscopic. With a population of just about 450 people, one-stoplight, two blocks, and the fact that four of ‘em could fit […]
“Dog Sees God, Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead,” Play by Bert V. Royal, Studio Theatre, 14th & P Streets NW, Washington, D.C., thru Aug. 6. I saw this play in New York last fall and reviewed it in the News-Press then. It is a powerful but woefully misunderstood creation. Most […]