Ubiquitous Utility Trevor Young : Non-Places, at Flashpoint Gallery (916 G St. NW, Washington D.C.).
Originally built by William Harvey in 1845 and then valued at $665, the Cherry Hill Farmhouse on Park Avenue went through the Civil War and a handful of homeowners until it was turned over to the City of Falls Church government in 1968, and into a museum eight years later.
America has dug itself into the deepest hole it has been in since 1860 when the dispute over slavery reached its zenith.
Santana and the Derek Trucks Band, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD, Sunday, April 6, Gates open 5:30 p.m.
Each November, hundreds of county elected officials gather in Bath County for the Virginia Association of Counties’ (VACO) annual conference. The two-day meeting gives county Supervisors an opportunity to hear from each other about common issues of concern, as well as meet with state officials in preparation for the upcoming […]
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields hailed the use of “eminent domain,” the government’s right to force the sale of private property for public use, in two sessions discussing the proposed City Center plan for Falls Church last week. The sessions were called “Deliberation Days” and drew a combined attendance […]
City of Falls Church leaders, including of its local newspaper, saw enough architectural renderings of potential new commercial and mixed use buildings the first two days of this week to make their heads spin. Monday night at City Hall, the City Council and Planning Commission came together to get another […]
We abandoned Arlington last weekend for the Shenandoah Valley.
Big F.C. Downtown Plan Faces Long Road Before OKs A major downtown development proposal in the center of the City of Falls Church involves land already secured, plans already drawn up in collaboration with City planning officials, vetting and a favorable report by a citizen-based committee, and promises to bring […]