It’s a three-dog day. Pals (left to right) Scout, Diamond and William Wallace like to hang out together, enjoying lovely, sun filled afternoons. On afternoons like this one, after a full day of play, the feisty threesome sit down to take a brief puppy break.
Popular syndicated cartoonist Nick Galifianakis signed prints and answered questions from the audience at a “Meet the Artist” last Thursday at ArtSpace.
From the News-Press trick-or-treat photo post last Sunday to the annual City of Falls Church Halloween Carnival on Saturday night, treat seekers hit the streets of F.C. over the weekend.
Students from George C. Marshall and McLean High Schools will learn the importance of quality customer service while taking part in an educational tasting of the food offered at Coastal Flats at Tysons Corner Center on Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 9:30 a.m. Students from the two Fairfax County Public Schools study […]
Longfellow Middle School in Falls Church captured first place in the You Can Do the Cube competition at the U.S. Science and Engineering Festival. Teams competed to see which group could unscramble 25 Rubik’s Cubes the fastest.
Thomas Jefferson and Mt. Daniel Elementary School students are invited to participate in the national Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) arts program, PTA Reflections.
Longfellow Middle School in Falls Church held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday to celebrate the grand opening of its newly renovated library.
George Mason High School’s Red Ribbon Week kicked off Monday, with “Wear Red” Day. Sponsored by the SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) club, the week is dedicated to advocating students’ smart decisions about drug awareness.
Fifth-grade students at Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School learned about Native American culture during the first Native American Day last week.
An opening-night reception for the Thomas Jefferson (T.J.) Elementary School Student Art Show will be held this Thursday, Nov. 4 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Mary Riley Styles Public Library.