Organizers putting together a campaign to defeat the ill-conceived anti-development referendum on the May 6 ballot in the City of Falls Church have been mulling over options for a succinct slogan this week, something that would convey clearly why voting “No” next month is in the best interests of the […]
If the empty mantra, “Just Say No,” failed to keep teenagers off of drugs, it certainly is not going to work for sex.
Democrats getting jittery about the alienating effects of the endless soap opera they call their campaign should buck up. These “hand-wringers,” as the Hillary strategist Harold Ickes calls them, are not seeing the larger picture.
Dr. Warren Throckmorton, the shamelessly self-promoting “ex-gay” therapist, has stepped up his holy war against gay people. This week, he organized a pack of fundamentalist quacks to file a formal written complaint with the American Counseling Association. Throckmorton’s crew is upset because they believe the ACA is inhibiting their ability […]
Valentine’s Day, February 14
‘Collector’s Select’ Through March 29 at Arlington Art Center (3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington). Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Call 703-248-6800, or see www.arlingtonartscenter.org for more information.
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It’s no secret that many high schools are having a hard time filling out their wrestling lineups. For whatever reason, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find enough people to fill all 14 weight classes, which span from 103 lbs. to a maximum of 285 lbs. Even the biggest schools […]
Since the end of World War II, the private gasoline-powered automobile has become the center of life in America. Our suburbs, commerce, recreation, religion, indeed nearly every imaginable aspect of our lifestyles has been centered around the mobility the ubiquitous, affordable private car has brought us. The lure of the […]
The Falls Church City Council is working up a strategy to find a replacement for retiring City Attorney Roy Thorpe, who will be leaving his post as the longest-tenured leading city official next June. Thorpe came to Falls Church in June 1996 and became the chief stabilizing force at City […]