I’m calling it. Time of death, 9:15 p.m. The playoff curse of Washington sports is over.
Those interested in hearing the rekindled roar of early 90s rock and roll flavored with a touch of D.C.’s early punk roots ought to make their way to the Black Cat on March 27 to savor the release party of Falls Church-based Death By Sexy’s debut LP.
Public/Private, at the Arlington Arts Center (AAC) (3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington).
“Watchmen” director Zack Snyder (300) was faced with a difficult task – condensing a 12-issue comic book epic, considered by many as the greatest ever written, into a feature length motion picture.
Longtime Falls Church resident Elmer Leonard “Snake” Layman, 95 of New Market, Va. died Jan. 11 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
Last weekend, ESPN looked back on the epic clash in the National Football League’s 1958 Championship, known today as “The Greatest Game Ever Played.” The game carries that reputation in large part because it was the first football championship game to be decided in sudden death overtime.
“What is it about gay sex that makes U.S. health officials want to play Chicken Little with AIDS prevention and public safety?” Tony Valenzuela writes in the latest Poz magazine, where he criticizes, “The clueless tabloid and public health hysteria over man-on-man sex.”
Beverly (Bev) Ann Deacon-McNickle, 60, resident of Falls Church, Va. since 1976, passed away in her home Sunday, May 4, 2008 of congestive heart failure.
It has been a remarkable week culturally for the Bartons, and another reason why Arlington is such a great place to live.
Going into next Tuesday’s Virginia statewide elections, both candidates running to fill the shoes of retiring Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney Robert Horan have said publicly that they will revisit a criminal investigation into the June 2005 shooting death of Falls Church city native Jack Stephen “Steve” Cornejo.