News Jack-the-Ripper Certified Arborists Inc. won the business category of Fairfax County’s 2008 Environmental Excellent Awards which recognize advancement or support of Fairfax County’s environmental goals and policy statements; dedication of personal time and expertise beyond normal fiscal or civic responsibilities; and leadership as a role model for others.
More than 200 whiskies were considered for this year’s edition of the World Whiskies Awards, sponsored by Whisky Magazine, the U.K. publication that sets the pace for the international whisky coverage.
A new Hair Cuttery Salon will be opening May 15 at Vantage at Merrifield located at 8190 Strawberry Lane in Falls Church. Hair Cuttery salons offer the full complement of services, including cuts, color, styling, texturizing and waxing services at an affordable price. Hair Cuttery Salons, which also offer an extensive assortment […]
Chantilly Cleans House at NSPA Chantilly High School took two first place awards at the National Scholastic Press Association conference held recently in Anaheim, Calif. Chantilly High’s “Andromeda” snagged first place for literary magazine. The magazine is overseen by Advisor Bretton Zinger, with An Ly serving at its editor. The […]
Spanish-speaking clowns of Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey performed for Luther Jackson Middle School students and their families, teaching them about circus history and its deeply-rooted Latin American Heritage. (Photo: Courtesy Lauren Dyke)
December 6 – 12, 2007
Local Student Performs in Concert Nora McCulla, an Earlham College senior and daughter of William and Cheryl McCulla of Falls Church, performed Earlham’s Gospel Revelations, Percussion and Jazz Concert on Oct. 27 in Goddard Auditorium. McCulla is a member of the Gospel Revelations, which presented five selections including Friend of […]
A flurry of late entries led to some stiff competition for honors at the 2nd Annual Falls Church Film Festival that will be presented along with the screening of the winning films Tuesday at the State Theatre.
September 20 – 26, 2007
“It’s hard to even begin to explain how much the Women’s Sports Foundation has changed things for women in sports,” said Janet Guthrie, the first woman driver to compete in the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500.