Lillian Hull Delegate Bob Hull’s mother died last week. She had been ill for some time. I was indeed saddened by her loss.
As the City of Falls Church ushers in a new era, the era of “branding” and marketing the city’s attributes to the outside world, the man retained to spearhead the effort offered some astute insights during his interview on the “Falls Church News-Press Live” television program last week.
Halfway Home This past Tuesday was Crossover in the General Assembly. It has nothing to do with the River Styx; it is the legislative half-way point.
Hopefully the weather will be perfect this Saturday for the third annual Taste of Falls Church, being held in conjunction with the City’s annual Falls Festival, in the parking lot behind City Hall.
Buoyed by the news that revenues from the meals tax in the City of Falls Church was up dramatically through June, despite poor economic times, participating restaurants in the fourth annual Taste of Falls Church are expecting a record turnout this Saturday in the parking lot behind City Hall.
Arbonne sales director Mary Anne Carlson is offering a unique opportunity to save money and generate product donations in honor of the 4th of July. Now through July 10, purchases made through Carlson directly of $200 or more will receive a 50% discount (not including shipping) and generate a product […]
Those of you who follow the actions of the Virginia General Assembly know that progress is often slow and incremental in nature.
On the corner of 17th and Wilson in Arlington lies one of the county’s best kept dining secrets and the most amazing steak restaurant you’ve never heard of: Ray’s the Steaks.
The hunt is always on for the trophy Sonoma red from Chateau St. Jean. Called Cinq Cepages, French for five grapes, it is a perennial candidate for wine of the year. It’s difficult to find, even at $80 a bottle, and that’s considered good value compared to top French prices.
The hunt is always on for the trophy Sonoma red from Chateau St. Jean. Called Cinq Cepages, French for five grapes, it is a perennial candidate for wine of the year.