Here it is, the second week of the tournament, and Cinderella’s ride to the ball is back to being a Halloween decoration. Goliath is peeling David off his heel and using his sling to pick his teeth.
Anything But Straight: Religion and Republicanism Have Lost the Future
In pandering to the fanatical and the fearful – both religion and Republicanism may have compromised their future.
Mason Boys Hoops Coach Upbeat on Team’s Future
The second half of its Bull Run District season stalled by the weather-induced postponement of last night’s scheduled game at Madison County, the George Mason High School boys basketball team awaits Clarke County this Friday night at home.
School News & Notes
McLean High School Winter Concert At 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 18, the McLean High School Orchestra is performing its Holiday Concert in the McLean Auditorium (1633 Davidson Road, McLean).
Picking Splinters: Savor vs. Save the Spotlight
This Saturday brings one of the top college football match-ups of the season and with it the first round of playoffs for the sport.
Anything But Straight: Exodus: ‘A Loving Call To Battle’
Sporting a fog machine for its smoke and mirrors routine and an extravagant stage that would make The Rolling Stones blush, the “ex-gay” group Exodus International held its glitzy annual conference in Asheville, North Carolina. I was in town all week to partner with regional and state organizations to oppose […]
Delegate Scott’s Richmond Report
Do or die for transportation? By the time you read this, Virginia’s 2008 Special Session may have ended. If so, you can skip the next couple of paragraphs.
Community News and Notes
FC Arts Gallery Exhibit Opening Falls Church Arts, looking to expand the art culture of Falls Church with its Da Vinci Passport series of arts events, is celebrating the opening of its latest gallery, Perspectivo: Unexpected Views of Nature. The exhibit features over 60 works by more than 30 members […]
Winter Sports Briefs
McLean Boys On Friday night, the McLean Highlanders finished up their regular season with a heart-rending 52-50 loss in overtime, but they wouldn’t have to wait long for revenge. In the first round of the Liberty District playoffs, the No. 5 Highlanders ousted No. 4 South Lakes 55-53. At halftime, […]
Marshall Boys Hoops The Marshall Statesmen found themselves in a defensive battle at South Lakes on Thursday night, ultimately falling to the Seahawks, 44-37. South Lakes entered halftime with a four point lead, up 26-22, and after the half, both teams began playing lockdown defense to lead to a low-scoring […]