What’s the most underdiscussed issue of this presidential campaign?
The challenge of being P.C. refers in this case, not to “political correctness,” but to the Planning Commission, Falls Church’s to be specific. The Planning Commission is reviewing the ambitious Atlantic Realty-City of Falls Church City Center Plan this month after a unanimous, preliminary vote of approval by the City […]
When nothing appears to be going right, players often begin to question their own theories about the game of poker. More often than not, it’s just a bad run of cards. But as one who doesn’t rely too heavily on luck, I try to look within myself when things aren’t […]
The only true way to get better at poker is to dedicate lots of hours to practice.
In a major court ruling this week that could impact an anticipated fall court decision in Virginia on ownership of The Falls Church property, the California Fourth District Court of Appeals sided with the national Episcopal Denomination’s Diocese of Los Angeles in its effort to recover property occupied by congregations […]
WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y. has great political skills, but her war-and-peace compass leaves something to be desired.
Big Decisions Loom As City Center Set For Transformation The Falls Church City Council and Planning Commission gather at a joint work session at City Hall tonight to hear the latest assessment of how to best cope with the traffic consequences of the new City Center redevelopment. Ian Lockwood of […]
There’s a small sign on my kitchen wall, located where I can’t avoid seeing it when I stumble in for my morning coffee. Picked up from some curious place in Rehoboth Beach, it reads, “Another day in paradise.” Of course, the phrase could be taken in a cynical way, like […]
Mason’s only All-District golfer, senior Andy Pribulka, sat down with the News Press’s Alex Prewitt to chat about a little golf, a little cartoon fast food, and the coolest bus driver ever.