Longfellow Middle School won third place in the U.S. Department of Energy National Science Bowl in Denver, Col. It is the country’s largest academic competition of its kind to test sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. (photo: courtesy Thulasi Ramnath)
THIS PHOTO OF A STREET SIGN with conflicting messages was taken by Falls Church resident Diann Watkins. The photo, which was snapped by Watkins while she, her son and her dog were traveling from Knoxville, Tenn., ran in the June 10 Snapshot Column of PARADE Magazine. (Photo: courtesy PARADE Magazine)
Congratulations Class of 2007 George Mason High School’s graduation will be held on June 14 at 5 p.m. at the Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Hall (1776 D St. NW, D.C.). Tickets are required for entrance to the ceremony.
LEE-GRAHAM POOL, YOUR PIZZA IS HERE – There’s nothing like swimming to work up a hearty appetite, and nothing like a delicious pizza to fill up hungry swimmers. Four of Falls Church’s finest pizza providers – Domino’s, Papa John’s Vocelli Pizza and Z Pizza – generously donated pizzas for a […]
FALLS CHURCH resident mystery novel author Wade Fleetwood made a special presentation of copies of his latest book that is based in Cherry Hill Park to the Falls Church City Council Monday. Copies of the book are on sale at Falls Church Art and Frame.
Susan Diane Kaye of Falls Church, Va. passed away on Sunday May 6, 2007 at Virginia Hospital Center. Susan Kaye, beloved wife of Ron Kaye and devoted mother of Alina and Hunter Kaye, was born on April 23, 1957, in Washington, D.C. the only daughter and middle child born to […]
The idea of the future has long captivated the minds of men, but it seems that looking ahead will soon become particularly fashionable to fans of the professional sports teams of Washington, D.C. The reason for the future-gazing is simple — the present stinks.
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