“Educated” and “wealthy” probably come to mind when thinking about the people of Falls Church, while “funny”…not so much. But don’t tell local improv comics Lauren Morrell and Peter Narby that, as they found the Little City to be the perfect setting for their podcast.
Author: Matt Delaney
Detectives are looking into a series of robberies carried out in the Culmore area by a man with a knife, according to authorities.
The shared hope of teachers and parents alike is that their children retain what they’ve learned long enough for it to be useful. For the students at CommuniKids, a full language immersion preschool in Falls Church, neither group of adults need to be anxious about seeing results.
This week’s summer-like storms weren’t without some damage, as one single family home in Idylwood caught fire after authorities said it was struck by lightning.
The February 2020 release of Michelle Swan’s newest album, “I Feel,” was naturally going to be followed by a promotional tour around the region, until the pandemic put that on hold. Now she’s making up for lost time, with her latest stop coming to Falls Church Distillers tonight.
Integrating the experiences of African Americans into the history curriculum has been an ongoing mission for Falls Church City Public Schools, but that effort will take a major step forward by introducing a high school class dedicated to African American studies next school year.
A fire that started outside and mainly damaged the exterior of a West Falls Church house has left a family of three displaced, according to authorities.
The final nights of Ramadan are being celebrated by the Muslim community worldwide, with the Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center in Seven Corners welcoming back congregants and their a stronger attachment to the faith after a year away.
Unfortunately, the traditional Memorial Day bonanza won’t be taking place for the second year in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic. What the City won’t allow itself to do is completely punt on the festivities as it did previously, and is instead bringing it to each and every resident in town.
When you have to wait for something, it makes it all the more sweet when you finally get to enjoy it. That’s definitely the case for the fourth annual Women’s Walk through the City of Falls Church on Sunday, which hasn’t been able to be enjoyed by citizens for the past two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.