Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Supplier of cupcakes to Stacy’s Coffee Parlor in Falls Church and owner of Springfield-based Lily Lane Cakes, Kathy Paz-Mingledorff gives a few tips on how to decorate holiday cupcakes your friends and […]
The Italian Café’s interior is reminiscent of an old family bistro in which you gather around a magnificently set table with close relatives and old friends, dining on rich, meaty pasta dishes served with heavy sauces.
Following Tuesday’s court decision to dismiss the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia’s case against the breakaway Truro Church, supporters of the “Continuing Episcopalians” in the City of Falls Church told the News-Press that they remain hopeful, given the major historical and judicial differences between The Falls Church case and Truro, that […]
“Artisanal” is the buzzword along the stalls at Falls Church City’s weekly farmers market.
The Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce and the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce are co-hosting a “Young Professionals’ Mixer” at Clare & Don’s Beach Shack from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 17. Young professionals interested in networking with their peers from McLean and Falls Church are invited to […]
Forget the Wharton School of Business, Falls Church High School is the place to learn how to implement a successful business plan. In less than five months, students participating in the culinary arts, marketing and visual communication curricula have created Jaguar Joe, Falls Church High School’s own custom blend of […]
Virginia’s first Commission on Climate Change met in Richmond on Friday, and heard a warning from Governor Tim Kaine that climate change is the environmental issues of this and the next generation. In the absence of action at the federal level, Governor Kaine said, Virginia’s actions can and must be […]
Geography bee contestants at Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School prepare to take their turn at the microphone. Seventh grade student Phoebe Galt took home the gold, winning the championship and will advance to the state competition. (Photo: Karen Acar)
Small Sample Shows Spending Down, As Shoppers Search for Winter Bargains The holiday season has begun and with it comes the shopping frenzy that regularly accompanies the month of December. Where are locals shopping this season? By visiting some familiar Falls Church hangouts, Stacy’s Coffee Parlor, Starbucks and Panera, the […]
Thanks, Nick, but no thanks. No offense to the City of Falls Church, but I don’t want to be Mayor! Last week’s editorial in the News-Press did just what editorials are supposed to do: encourage thought and debate. In case you missed it, the editorial suggested that the City of […]