Last weekend was a heavy political weekend for the Bartons.
So what have you been doing lately, Senator?
Those familiar with the area along Wilson Boulevard have surely noticed a change within the past few years. The once charming neighborhood of small shops and boutiques is slowly being overwhelmed by chain stores like Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma, Cheesecake Factory and Bertucci’s. There are, however, small pockets of familiarity […]
Sociologists say that there is at least one event in every generation that will remain forever burned in the memory of almost everyone. Pearl Harbor and the Kennedy Assassination are two obvious examples.
MAKING THE MOVE, friends from throughout the Falls Church community turned out this last weekend to help Tom Gittins move his Art and Frame of Falls Church shop from its Broad Street location to 111 Park Avenue, formerly home to Miniatures from the Attic. Tom was open for business Monday. […]
Labor Day opened with a cup of coffee and our putting out the flag. This has always been something of a ritual with us. We always fly the flag on our secular and patriotic holidays.
The 30th annual Arlington County Fair is opening today, and every Arlingtonian should make it a point to drop by sometime this weekend.
The annual Mid-Atlantic Skate Series kicked off at Arlington’s new skate park on Wilson Blvd. Saturday. 100s took part in the event sponsored by Ledo Pizza. See this week’s edition for more news and notes from the Falls Church Community.
The Arlington Sage 10U Girls Softball team swept through the single elimination round by a combined score of 29-2 to win the NSA Mid-Summer Challenge in Glen Burnie, MD on July 22-23.