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Faces of Falls Church: September 24 – 30, 2015

“I started painting when I moved into my new house that had no art. I started to really enjoy it so I kept painting but I had no wall space left. I continued to paint and ended up with a roomful of paintings that I wanted to sell. So I decided to open up a […]

Faces of Falls Church: July 30 – August 5, 2015

“I come to the Farmer’s Market practically every Saturday and take a lot of photographs. At Christmas time, I give a copy of their photo to each vendor to let all the vendors know how much we appreciate them.”

Faces of Falls Church: June 25 – July 1, 2015

“I’m a local artist and my painting is called ‘The Last One Standing.’ The little white house belonged to Harry English, a long-term Falls Church City resident who took great pride in our city. The little house is surrounded by very large new homes now. The painting depicts the great loss to Falls Church City […]

More Than 170 Students Graduate from Mason

More than 170 George Mason High School seniors walked across the stage to receive their diplomas at DAR Constitution Hall on Wednesday at the school’s graduation ceremony. Check out our gallery of photos from the event below.

Performers Rock Cherry Hill At Tinner Hill Blues Festival

Performers and Blues lovers from across the nation converged on Cherry Hill Park on Saturday for the 22nd Annual Tinner Hill Blues Festival. Performers included Selwyn Birchwood, Shirleta Settles & Friends and Jimmy Thackery & the Drivers. Check out our gallery of photos from the event below.

Faces of Falls Church: May 28 – June 3, 2015

“I came to America 15 years ago from France for love. I like it here. It’s now nearly nine years that I’ve been running this traditional French bakery stand at the Farmer’s Market. Everyone knows us.”

Faces of Falls Church: April 30, 2015 – May 6, 2015

“I’m a mother. My baby is 20 months old and amazes me daily. In my work, I help adults learn English alongside wonderful colleagues and volunteers. My students want to improve their lives. I’m happy to be part of that.”