Whereas the Crachits could hardly have contained their excitement at Scrooge’s gift of a large prize turkey, they would have been just fine with the lackluster Christmas goose – unlike in America, goose has been the norm for the Europeans, especially before the 16th century.
“We’re rolling out the blue carpet — or the blues carpet,” said Nikki Graves Henderson, Acting Director of the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation, of the upcoming Tinner Hill Heritage and Blues Festival, a tribute to the late Piedmont Blues legend John Jackson. The Tinner Hill 15th Annual Blues Festival will […]
The George Mason boys lacrosse team experienced the bitter taste of defeat for the first time this week, but not before registering another win in their already impressive season.
In their first four games to open up the 2007 season, the George Mason High School varsity girls’ basketball team had three contests on the road against much bigger AA schools. Despite the constant bus rides and matchups against opponents from a higher division, the Mustangs took all three games […]
After starting the season with an undefeated mark of 7-0 the girls varsity lacrosse team ended the season with a record of 8-6, dropping its final five games of the season.
26th Annual Alexandria St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Saturday, March 3 in Old Town Alexandria
Folks in the City of Falls Church are going to miss Dave Eckert and Annette Mills far more than any now can probably imagine (see story on Page One of this edition). The couple came to Falls Church in the 1980s and, while raising their child here, made an impact […]