Visitors to the Falls Church Community Center last week commemorated Black History Month at the fourth annual Black History Celebration and Celebrity Basketball Game, sponsored by Falls Church’s Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation.
For the second year in a row, a basketball game at the Falls Church Community Center pitting local celebrities against the Harlem Magic Masters from New York City will be held this Friday night, Feb. 29, at 7 p.m. The event, sponsored by the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation and the […]
Virginia’s first Commission on Climate Change met in Richmond on Friday, and heard a warning from Governor Tim Kaine that climate change is the environmental issues of this and the next generation. In the absence of action at the federal level, Governor Kaine said, Virginia’s actions can and must be […]
There are few plants on the Earth that somewhere, some time, somehow, someone hasn’t tried turning into an alcoholic beverage.
As I was retrieving an array of domestic and imported beers from the fridge and setting the bottles down next to a stack of pizzas, the words of comedy essayist Dave Barry came to mind: “The greatest invention in the history of mankind is beer. Oh, I grant you that […]
‘Fresh Paint: Process and Possibility’ Through January 27 at Arlington Art Center, 3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Virginia. Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (703) 248-6800, or see www.arlingtonartscenter.org.
It was standing room only early Friday morning when the Urban Land Institute 5-Day Advisory Panel (ULI) presented the results of its intensive review of the opportunities for revitalization and redevelopment in the Bailey’s Crossroads area. The long-awaited consultant study was commissioned by Fairfax County to develop a comprehensive strategy […]
WASHINGTON — The blue-ribbon Iraq Study Group has told the American people they can look forward to more war and bloodshed in Iraq for at least another year.
WASHINGTON — The voters have sent a clear message to President Bush: It’s time to pull out of Iraq.
October has already been the third most deadly month for American troops in Iraq. Since the invasion, 2,814 brave soldiers have lost their lives. Sectarian violence between warring Iraqi factions is spilling out from urban centers into more rural communities. Innocent civilians are caught in the crossfire because there is […]