Call it “eminent domain” or call it “condemnation,” the terms stand for the same thing, and could become household words in Falls Church as plans for the new City Center redevelopment move ahead.
The weather will cool down to the upper 80s starting Thursday, and I cannot recommend stepping out into it before then, but it means the final four days of this annual classic lead-up to the U.S. Open should fully rival past seasons, even if defending champ Andy Roddick has withdrawn […]
What: Todd Glass at DC Improv When: Thursday – Sunday, August 3 – 6, Where: 1140 Connecticut Ave, NW, Washington, DC Cost: $15 See www.dcimprov.com for tickets Todd Glass, known for this appearances on comedy specials on HBO, Comedy Central and Last Comic Standing, is appearing now through Sunday (and […]
I’ll admit it: I’m not a huge fan of Japanese food, especially sushi. I’ve never been too thrilled at the idea of eating raw fish. I was pleasantly surprised, therefore, at Genji Japanese Restaurant. Specializing in sushi and other Eastern fares, Genji Japanese Restaurant is an excellent source for affordable, […]
A vacation I took in 2003 serves as the best argument for using a digital camera instead of film.
“Concerts in the Park” at Cherry HIll, Capital Fringe Festival, Conversions, Salve Regina Gallery Show, and auditions for Anton CHekhov’s ‘The Seagull.’
When “Clerks” debuted in 1994 it was widely held as one of the finest films to emerge from the independent film ranks. Though it was released in only a limited number of theaters, the film garnered much praise from critics and took home awards from nearly every film festival. Many […]
For the legendary Yardbirds, there have been precious few constants to mark a career of change. Most of those notable changes have come to the band itself, where only Chris Dreja and Jim McCarty remain from a lineup that once included the likes of Keith Relf, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck […]
Democrats are in a solid position to reclaim control of the House of Representatives this November, and could also take control of the Senate, U.S. Rep. Jim Moran told a crowd gathered in Falls Church last Saturday morning at Stacy’s Coffee Shop.