In prioritizing the health and safety of students, families, faculty and staff, NOVA’s upcoming graduation will be conducted in a series of online ceremonies for graduates of May 2021, December 2020 and May 2020.
David Thong, a local musician, recalls playing a show this past winter when it was only 38 degrees outside, saying he was surprised just how many people came out in the cold to see live music. Now Covid-19 vaccinations increasing, he’s eager to see droves of fans return to shows after a long year.
While appointments may still be scheduled ahead of time, the former Lord & Taylor site in Tysons is offering first-come, first-served walk-in appointments Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
New entrance IS coming along. Mary Riley Styles Public Library is starting to look unrecognizable — which means that the project’s completion date slated for this summer should be right on track.
Visiting Falls Church from her current home in Charleston, South Carolina, Donna Englander (right) met with former Council member Hal Lippman (center) and current City Treasurer Jody Acosta.
Team 1418 finished the 2021 FIRST Infinite Recharge season last weekend by winning the D.C. FIRST Robotics Challenge Invitational Scrimmage in Maryland.
Though Ireland’s Four Provinces has been a staple of the Falls Church scene since 1997, Kevin has been manning the helm for over 10 years.
Lawn equipment was stolen from an unsecured garage in this week’s Crime Report.
Bella had a play date with her brother, Ollie, in this week’s Critter Corner.
KC Rajendra is holding Plein Air painting classes, when the weather is agreeable.