New Falls Church Senate District Becomes Primary Battleground On Tuesday, Falls Church resident Saddam Azlan Salim announced a primary challenge to State Senator Chap Petersen, to represent Virginia’s newly-drawn 37th Senate District, which now includes Falls Church. Only about 44 percent of the new district is within the current district. […]
Author: Brian Reach
2023 General Assembly Begins Last Wednesday marked the beginning of the 2023 General Assembly legislative session in Richmond, which kicks off in a year where every seat in both chambers will be up for election in November – including many newly drawn districts – in addition to numerous local contests. […]
Is there an LGBTQ+ community beyond drinking? This was the question posed at a panel event last Thursday at Busboys and Poets, which brought together a selection of DC’s LGBTQ+ bar owners and event promoters to discuss the unique role that bars and clubs have played in LGBTQ+ history and […]
The New Year often comes paired with myriad resolutions to improve ourselves: quitting smoking, losing a few pounds, learning a language, etc. Whether one believes in resolutions or not, a new year typically brings with it feelings of a fresh start, and is often a time of self-reflection and self-improvement. […]
On the eve of special elections that delivered Democrats two early victories in what will be a remarkably busy year in Virginia politics, the Fairfax County Democratic Committee (FCDC) held its Road to Richmond Legislative Brunch, an event held annually on the eve of the legislative session in Richmond. Democrat […]
Volunteers are knocking on doors today across Virginia’s 35th House District in Vienna, which will select its new House Delegate on Tuesday.
Talking to Pamala Stanley, you wouldn’t believe she’s been getting people on the dance floor for over forty years.
By Brian Reach The last time the big star dropped at the intersection of W Broad and Maple, ushering in the New Year at the City of Falls Church Watch Night event that had become a 22-year tradition, everybody cheered as January 1, 2020 arrived… not knowing a global pandemic, […]