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Russian Propaganda, Part 3

November 15, 2017 9:25 PM0 comments

The remarkable if often misunderstood anti-fascist modern German-born American political philosopher Hannah Arendt (1906-1975), best known for her study and critique of Naziism in her work, “The Origins of Totalitarianism” (1951), wrote in that book that a decisive step in the demagogue’s authoritarian rise is “the murder of the moral […]

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Mason’s Season Ends in Opening Round of Playoffs

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The George Mason High School football team fell behind early and couldn’t catch up in their opening round playoff game against the Robert E. Lee High School Fighting Leemen on Nov. 10, ending their season with a tough, 49-21 loss in Staunton. With the loss, Mason’s record fell to 6-5, […]

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Crime Report: Cash Register Stolen from F.C. Restaurant, Packages Swiped from Front Door & More Lawn Equipment Theft

November 14, 2017 3:53 PM0 comments

An entire cash register, along with everything inside, was stolen from the Caribbean Plate restaurant sometime between Nov. 4 – 7, according to the latest City of Falls Church crime report released today. Also in the latest report, another incident of lawn equipment theft, this time from a shed on […]

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Our Man in Arlington

3:06 PM0 comments

Fear, loss of livelihood, hunger, separation from loved ones. That’s what the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown has brought to a slice of Arlington residents. Passionate testimony on their behalf was delivered Nov. 8 at the Arlington Public Schools Career Center after a dinner served by culinary arts students. The event […]

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Broad & Washington Project Wins Preliminary OK

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By a 5-2 vote, the Broad and Washington large scale mixed-use project finally won a preliminary approval from the Falls Church City Council Monday night.

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Water Main Break Causes Mt. Daniel to Close Early

November 13, 2017 3:01 PM0 comments

A water main break has cut off water service to Mount Daniel Elementary (2328 N Oak St., Falls Church) and surrounding neighborhoods. As a result, Mount Daniel Elementary will dismiss today at 2:15 p.m. Students not in Day Care will be bused home. However, if a parent is unavailable at […]

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Local Accountant Recognized as ‘Indispensable Citizen’

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Honored as an “Indispensable Citizen” by his fellow community members is certified personal accountant, Michael S. Diener (center) and he is flanked by (from left to right) Richard Rankin, Jerry Barrett, Ken Feltman, Amanda Lovins, Melissa Robinson and Robert Sheretta at his award presentation.

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Critter Corner: Daisy

10:00 AM0 comments

The delightful daisy, seen here among some of her favorite foiliage. The blue-eyed beauty is open to becoming friends with anyone who happens to toss her tennis ball, and has been enjoying the fall by munching on scoops of pumpkin as treats.

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Lincoln Avenue Christens New Crosswalk

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The families of Lincoln Avenue gathered on Friday afternoon to celebrate the completion of the neighborhood’s new crosswalk. After a group effort speaking at a City Council meeting last year about the dangers for pedestrians in the neighborhood, the local families are now thrilled with the life-changing, and life-saving, crosswalks. […]

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Shooting in Bailey’s Crossroads Leaves One in Critical Condition

November 12, 2017 4:41 PM0 comments

At 2 a.m. Sunday morning Fairfax County Police responded to a call about a shooting at the Palenque Restaurant in the 5800 block of Columbia Pike that resulted with one man being taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries after suffering a gunshot wound to the upper body. The suspect […]

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