When the soft-singing Joshua Radin brought his folk music to the Birchmere this past Tuesday, he brought with him the up-and-coming voice of Alexa Wilkinson. Wilkinson is the type of songstress that sits well with those that enjoy the “Grey’s Anatomy” soundtrack, spinning songs of her own life that resonate […]
An apartment fire at 6200 Wilson Boulevard early last Saturday morning proved fatal when Mark Christopher Williams, 39, of that address, died late Sunday night at the Washington Burn Center. Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department units responded to the fire at the 12-story Cavalier Club Apartments at 7:50 a.m. […]
Our Mason District residents are known far and wide, apparently. Imagine my surprise when I made a quick trip to my Oregon hometown this past weekend, and my sister pointed out a front page article in the Sunday edition of the Eugene Register-Guard, the local paper. The article, a reprint […]
About three years ago, I was lounging in a Montreal hotel room when I got a call from activist Mike Rogers. I was unaware of who he was, but this intense stranger began interrogating me for information about – well, I don’t even remember what the topic was anymore. […]
On July 28, local powerhouse McLean Freedom brought the 16U national championship to the Northern Virginia area, as the ladies defeated the Dallas Texans 91 Red, 3-2, to capture the victory in the final match of the 2007 US Youth Soccer National Championship Series in Frisco, Texas.
Busy Week The week of April 30 was a busy one for the General Assembly. After three years and $104.5 million, it was time to see the renovated Capitol building.
Paul Emmett Argo died suddenly on Wednesday, December 20, 2006 of apparent heart failure while on his daily bicycle commute from his office in Washington, D.C., to his home in Falls Church, Virginia. Paul was 58.
A listing of new openings, exhibitions and opportunities to show art.