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Author: Amanda Snead
MHS Students Bring New Twists to Classic Shakespeare
What comes to mind when you think of Shakespeare? For me, I remember struggling to read Romeo and Juliet in high school and wishing we could study anything else. However, when I spoke to Meridian High School’s theater director, Shawn Northrip, ahead of the play, my interest was piqued.
NOVA Nightsky Delights With New Play ‘The Feral Child’
NOVA Nightsky’s newest play follows the story of a young girl named Mary who disappeared in India with her family at a young age. Ten years later, she’s discovered to be in the jungle being raised by tigers and believes she’s a cat.
‘The Adventures of Mr. Toad’ Is Fun for the Whole Family
Based on the book “The Wind in the Willows” by Kenneth Grahame, Creative Cauldron’s play “The Adventures of Mr. Toad” is an action-packed adventure put on for kids, by kids and perfect for the whole family.
Meridian Opens New Spring Play Tonight, This Weekend
Live theater has returned to Meridian High School with the first spring play since the grand opening of Meridian and the new school building. This year’s spring play is the “Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).”
The Pros and Cons of Remodeling Vs. Building From Scratch
Is it better to remodel or rebuild? There are many factors to consider when looking into these projects. From upgrading appliances to building a new home from the ground up, different projects will work better for different people.
Falls Church Ranked Most Charitable in Virginia
In a recent study conducted by SmartAsset, the City of Falls Church ranked the highest in the Commonwealth and fifth nationally on an index of charitable giving.
Camps Are More Important Now Than Ever After Months of Isolation
March 2020 marked many changes, particularly for youth as schools began to operate virtually and extracurricular activities came to a halt. However, things appear to slowly be returning to “normal” in the Falls Church area and camps will be back in full swing this spring and summer.
Scarlett Williams, F.C.’s Event Planner Extraordinaire
Falls Church native Scarlett Williams graduated from George Mason University with a B.S. in Tourism and Event Management and decided to bring her skills back to the city that she was raised in and loves dearly where she now works as the Special Events Program Supervisor and Preschool Director for the Falls Church Recreation and Parks Department.
F.C. Civil Rights Icon Honored in D.C.
In the context of Black History Month last Saturday, the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) renamed its sports complex after the late Falls Church civil rights icon Dr. Edwin Bancroft “E.B” Henderson, also known as the “Grandfather of Black Basketball.” Henderson’s grandson, Edwin Henderson and his wife Nikki are currently prominent community activists in the City of Falls Church.