Repressed desires, festering grudges and a few kids looking for power and attention. A dangerous mix in any century, J.E.B. Stuart’s recent production of “The Crucible” brought to life the consequences of such a situation and took them to their frightening conclusion.
The focus at last Saturday’s Peace and Justice Conference was on the many faces of the human family. The conference, sponsored by the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, was held at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Bailey’s Crossroads, and brought together social justice activists from many faith communities in […]
Memorial Day Parade and Festival, Park Ave., Falls Church, Monday, May 28, all day. Parade at 2 p.m.
Dark Star Orchestra Thursday, Dickie Betts Friday, State Theatre, 220 N. Washington St., Falls Church.
Past is Prologue to the Present In my last column, I stated that I was saddened by the recent split in the Episcopal Church.
CO-AUTHOR OF THE POPULAR new book, Applebee’s America, showed up for a book signing at the Falls Church Applebee’s on E. Broad Street last week. It turns out that Ron Fournier (center), a former Associated Press writer, signed autographs at the same establishment where he often brings his family to […]