“The Machine,” State Theatre, Falls Church, Saturday, Feb. 23, Doors open 7 p.m., concert at 9 p.m.
George Mason’s David Ray and Barratt Kennett captured individual championships at the Bull Run District wrestling tournament this past weekend. Ray, wrestling at 140 lbs., pinned Strasburg’s Darren Neff in the third period for the title and Kennett pulled out a 1-0 squeaker against Strasburg’s Jonathan Wilson at 171 lbs. […]
When the first legal absinthe in a century went on sale in the U.S. a few weeks ago, it kicked off a demand for the controversial liquor all across the country.
Historical narratives matter. That’s why conservatives are still writing books denouncing FDR and the New Deal; they understand that the way Americans perceive bygone eras, even eras from the seemingly distant past, affects politics today.
This is the City of Falls Church’s finest hour. Over the course of the next two months, the City Council will achieve a result of historic and nationally-significant proportions. It will execute the creation of a new City Center, realizing visions and dreams that local leaders were never able to […]
Few Remedies For Crazy Quilt Of Restrictions Once again, the Falls Church City Council began sinking in a quicksand of competing residential homeowner interests Monday night, and had to call off a vote on its latest stab at a comprehensive on-street parking restriction policy.
One of the quirkier debates in the world of spirits is whether absinthe is legal in the U.S.
WASHINGTON — It was too much to expect that Karl Rove — the architect of President Bush’s presidential victories — would depart the White House with grace and style.
“Stand fast. Stand firm. Stand sure. Stand true.” While these words are not some of the most famous or poetic in history, they do appear on a plaque attached to an imposing bronze statue planted on a large rock on the edge of Los Angeles’ McArthur Park. It is the […]
On 40th Anniversary of Israeli Attack on US Ship, Survivors Still Push for Investigation. Forty-two of the surviving crew members of the USS Liberty, a Belmont class technical research ship that was attacked by Israeli forces on June 8, 1967, gathered this past weekend in McLean to commemorate the 40th […]