Hundreds of parents, students and members of the community came out on Sunday to celebrate J.E.B. Stuart High School’s 15th annual “Taste of the Town” and auction in the school’s cafeteria. Area restaurants and businesses participated in what has become the high school’s largest and most profitable fundraiser.
A BENEFIT “EVENING OF JAZZ” at the State Theatre in Falls Church last week raised over $30,000 for the City’s Winter Emergency Homeless Shelter. The City’s rich and famous hob-nobbed, bid on silent and live auction items and enjoyed an evening organized by Stacy Hennessey of Stacy’s Coffee. It was […]
Northern Virginia Art Beat
Well, it’s been an interesting week. Just so everybody is on the same page in regards to my review of the ‘I. Hate. You.’ piece at Fraser Gallery in the Artomatic show, through February 3. First of all, and probably most importantly, the photos of emails from a former girlfriend […]
Art for Life, Benefit for Whitman-Walker Clinic Latino Services, Friday, Nov. 17, the OAS Building, 17th and Constitution, Washington, D.C.
Community News and Notes
FALLS CHURCH’S OWN Tom Gittins Sr. (left) and Sue Gittins (right) chatted with Rep. Jim Moran and his special guest, Sen. Ted Kennedy, at a Moran event last week. (News-Press photo)
Picking Splinters: Fantasyland Notes
There’s a belief that the business world slows down around this time of year because lots of people are off on vacations. I tend to believe that they are merely drafting their fantasy football teams.