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Letters to the Editor: The State Theatre Should Think More About Acts It Books

February 11, 2016 9:53 AM0 comments

Letters to the Editor: February 11 – 17, 2016   The State Theatre Should Think More About Acts It Books Editor, The State Theatre shooting will not affect my decision to attend shows there in the future.I have been going to the State Theatre for the past 15 years. I mainly […]

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New Cauldron Musical ‘Hayes Recommended’

February 10, 2016 9:25 PM0 comments

“Monsters of the Villa Diodati” opened to a full house last Saturday night and to critical acclaim. Broadway World hailed it “a must-see.” D.C. Metro Theater Arts hailed is as “mesmerizing” and and “irrefutable success.” Writers Matt Conner and Stephen Gregory Smith were applauded by D.C. Theatre Scene for their […]

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Richmond Agreement Reached on I-66 Plan

9:21 PM0 comments

State officials in Richmond announced a bipartisan agreement yesterday to reduce traffic congestion on Interstate 66 in Northern Virginia. The Transform 66 project includes widening I-66 eastbound on a four-mile stretch from the Dulles Connector Road to Ballston, improving public transit and adding options for single drivers. Under the project […]

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Editorial: Baseball, Symphonies & More Swimming Ideas

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As imaginations run wild concerning proposals for development of the 36 acres ceded to the City of Falls Church by Fairfax County as part of the water sale deal in 2014, one viable opportunity lies in what was a hot-button issue over that property two dozen years ago. It was […]

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Stifel & Capra Looking for New Shop Location

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Theresa Stifel has announced that Stifel & Capra will be closing at 260 W. Broad Street at the end of March due to a lease increase. Stifel & Capra will remain in business and is seeking a new location. All planned events through February and March will take place as […]

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Studios for Lease at Art & Frame Falls Church

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Art and Frame of Falls Church has several art studios available for lease at 205 W. Jefferson Street in Falls Church. The Jefferson Street Artists’ studios range from 75 to 120 square feet with a 15-foot ceiling. Each studio has a window, a locking door, and access to a breakroom […]

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F.C. Dentist Wins Angie’s List Award

8:38 PM0 comments

Falls Church dentist Dr. Katherine Dang has earned the dental industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2015. According to Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks, only about five percent of dental […]

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Dancing Mind & South Block Juice Co. Team Up

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Dancing Mind and South Block Juice Company have partnered to provide Dancing Mind clients with access to healthy food and drinks before or after their workouts via a vending machine, the “Juice Box.” To compliment this new offering, Dancing Mind will host special classes and nutrition workshops geared toward South […]

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F.C. Police Chief to Present at F.C. Chamber Luncheon

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The Falls Church Chamber of Commerce is hosting a luncheon on Tuesday, February 16 from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Italian Café, 7161 Lee Highway. Falls Church Police Chief Mary Gavin will present on emergency preparedness for the business community. Tickets with advanced registration are $27 for members, […]

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F.C. Project Management Firm Names New VP

8:36 PM0 comments

Markon Solutions, a Falls Church-based project management consulting firm, named Matt Slingwine a vice president. He is responsible for overall customer satisfaction, employee and contract health, and portfolio growth with a focus on the intelligence community. Since joining Markon in 2009, Slingwine led multiple contract engagements for the firm including […]

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