Facing an appeal filed this week to the Virginia Supreme Court of decisions made in their favor at the circuit court level last year, defectors from the Episcopal Church, USA, occupying the historic Falls Church property downtown in the City of Falls Church, are asking parishioners for permission to loot […]
In basketball jargon, “the team that rules the paint, rules the game.”
Would it have any impact whatsoever on the incredibly shallow mania currently driving Barack Obama’s campaign if it became better known that he’s the preferred candidate of Wall Street?
Eartha Kitt’s 80th Birthday Tour, Warner Theatre, Washington, D.C., Saturday, Nov. 13, 8 p.m.
F.C. Back in Court Vs. Fairfax Water ‘Cherry Picking’ Refusing to take “no” for an answer, City of Falls Church officials filed an appeal in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday to overturn a ruling two weeks ago by a judge to dismiss its suit against Fairfax County’s water […]
You want to know what “drawing power” is? Consider this story: After taking ownership of Scoop Beauregard’s, a tiny ice cream a coffee parlor nestled in Arlington’s Westover Plaza, new owners Kris and Michelle Rowley wanted to freshen up their new shop. As the couple started repainting the walls, they […]
My favorite line from “The State of the Union,” now being performed at the Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., is this (paraphrased fairly accurately), spoken a political operative promoting a campaign for the presidency:
Mason’s only All-District golfer, senior Andy Pribulka, sat down with the News Press’s Alex Prewitt to chat about a little golf, a little cartoon fast food, and the coolest bus driver ever.