I spent last week in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for the final hours of my brother’s life and his subsequent funeral.
Patrick McDade, a candidate for Commonwealth’s Attorney of Fairfax County in this November’s election, vowed a fresh review if elected of the case for a criminal prosecution in the 2005 shooting death of popular Falls Church resident Steve Cornejo. McDade made the promise this week in a letter published on […]
Harry Potter mania has struck Falls Church like the lightning bolt on the kid-wizard’s forehead. Dubbed “Harry-est Town in America” by Amazon.com, the City of Falls Church holds the record of pre-ordering the most copies per capita of J.K. Rowling’s highly-anticipated “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” the seventh book […]
In an environment such as Washington, D.C., with only one major newspaper with one major critic that everyone defers to, it can be a rough go for any theatre production that does not live up to that one particular person’s preferred cup of tea.
Vetoes and Amendments Readers will see the News-Press—and this column—the day after the General Assembly acts on the Governor’s amendments and vetoes.
There are many aspects to why the new film, “Factory Girl,” is opening to less than rave reviews this week. It’s an unsettling docudrama set in the 1960s Greenwich Village, about Andy Warhol (played by Guy Pearce), a Bob Dylanesque character (Hayden Christensen) and the lesser-known real life person Edie […]
So what if he’s never publicly called himself gay. He’s called himself a princess more than once. That should be good enough, and probably more precise.
Wyatt Shields was officially retained as the City Manager for the City of Falls Church by a vote of the City Council Monday night. Shields, who came on as the assistant city manager in 2003, had been serving since July as the acting city manager following the death of City […]
A listing of new openings, exhibitions and opportunities to show art.