The observance this week of the great spiritual holidays of Easter and Passover offers an opportunity to contemplate some of the significant contributions that faith-based volunteer groups add to our community.
Didn’t Attend Because Nothing Will Change Editor, In response to your comment that the low turnout to the City Council’s town meeting was probably due to Falls Church City residents “fundamentally trust their elected officials and paid staff to do the right thing”; I couldn’t disagree with you more.
In 38 years, I’ve only once dressed in drag.
The Impressionists were the first generation to break with rote realism as proffered by the traditional Academy.
Inner Womanhood “Role Models; Feminine Identity in Contemporary American Photography,” at National Museum of Women in the Arts (1250 New York Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.).
Children with life-threatening illnesses that receive health care through Medicaid often rely on the emergency room for basic treatment.
Autism is a genetic brain disorder whose occurrence has increased significantly in the past decade.
“The Future of the Falls Church City Center” is the topic of Round Two of “Deliberation Days” in F.C., with a session slated for tonight at 7 p.m. and repeated Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. at the M. E. Henderson Middle School. The “Deliberation Days,” co-sponsored locally by the F.C. […]
Last week, President Bush vetoed the popular, bipartisan, state-federal Children’s Health Insurance Program known as SCHIP; legislation that would provide 10 million low income children – 211,000 in the Commonwealth – access to government financed, private health insurance. The President’s reasoning? He claims the bill is too expensive.
In the wake of sex scandals involving children, the Roman Catholic Church should either change its mores or close its doors. Since 1950, the United States arm of the church has paid an astounding $2 billion to settle claims of childhood sexual abuse. Yes, that is billions with a capital […]