Yet another college theatre troupe revival of the 1971 Broadway musical “Godspell” at Catholic University last weekend featured a radiant performance by Falls Church’s Nathan Ward, who played and sang the lead role of Jesus.
5 x 5 (x5), at the Target Gallery in the Torpedo Factory Art Center (105 N. Union St., Alexandria). The exhibit runs through this Sunday, Jan. 11. Gallery hours are noon – 5 p.m.
Local Skater’s Ice Feats Capture Medals Hannah Schlesinger, 9, of Falls Church was the overall champion of the Pre-Preliminary free skate at the Hershey Open Figure Skating Competition held in Hershey, Pennsylvania this week.
It’s going to be an electric world. For those of you who have been following the peak oil story, it is becoming increasingly clear that liquid fuels for the average person’s transportation has a very short half-life. It won’t be long before we figure out that natural gas is too […]
Explore the diversity of art expositions across NoVA: Full-blown Vogue Neo Indie Arts Festival, at the Jefferson Community Center (3501 S. 2nd St., Arlington) on July 26, between 6 – 11 p.m.
Canadian Jeffrey Buttle, after winning the men’s World Figure Skating Championship in Sweden last weekend, noted in a TV interview that he’d come a long way since starting to skate at age two.
A resident of Northern Virginia for a year now, and becoming a familiar presence in Falls Church, U.S. Men’s Figure Skating phenom Parker Pennington is intent on making his athletic talents work for a good cause.
WASHINGTON — Russell Berman, a young reporter for The New York Sun, trailed Bill Clinton around Maryland all day Sunday. The former president was on his best behavior, irritating the smattering of press.
Three-time U.S. figure skating champion Johnny Weir was unceremoniously stripped of his crown a year ago, when his arch rival on the ice, Evan Lysacek, prevailed at the 2007 championships in Spokane.
‘The Narrative Figure: Work by Lee Arts Center Workshop Artists’