It was a great week of “firsts” What a great time we had last week as the Democrats took control of the Senate for the first time in a decade. At noon on Wednesday, all newly-elected Senators took the oath of office, pledging to uphold the Constitutions of the United […]
Training for new Senate chairs was held in Richmond on December 20th.
Orleans House, an Arlington dining staple for over five decades, will be closing its doors this coming January 15th, so if you haven’t already I strongly, strongly, STRONGLY recommend you make a lunch or dinner reservation and get your butt over there before then. Located right across the street from […]
Iota Club and Café looks like your relatively typical café/music venue. Competent abstract art adorns the walls, and the lighting, consisting of rows of hanging Christmas lights and candles in jars, is kept relatively low at a hip, possibly romantic, level. Posters of bands that have played in the venue […]
Leftover snow clings to the ground, blustery winds hit the faces of Falls Church residents and temperatures keep dropping — and yet sounds of an island party can be heard not too far away. It sounds like Bob Marley and the Wailers and it smells like burning Tiki torches and […]