George C. Marshall High School senior Ashley Goh was barely walking when she began expressing herself through color and design.
There is a reason why Rush Limbaugh never made it on TV.
Yet another college theatre troupe revival of the 1971 Broadway musical “Godspell” at Catholic University last weekend featured a radiant performance by Falls Church’s Nathan Ward, who played and sang the lead role of Jesus.
Yesterday, President Obama’s White House Press Office issued its first “blast” e-mail to every regional and local newspaper in the U.S., containing a lengthy 67-page “fact sheet” attachment delineating the concrete impact of the $850-billion stimulus package broken down on a state-by-state basis for every state in the union.
“Picturing Politics 2008: Artists Speak to Power,” at Arlington Arts Center (3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington). Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit runs through Sept. 27. Call 703- 248-6800 or visit arlingtonartscenter.org.
Crash and burn. That’s what happened to the German hot air ship known as the Hindenburg in 1937, an event that rudely dashed false expectations and shocked the entire civilized world.
City of Falls Church residents should take heart from the fact that, in this gloomy, almost panicky economic climate, a major developer has come to City Hall wanting to build something big. The highly accomplished and respected Akridge Company came back to a joint City Council and Planning Commission work […]
U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson has a certain blunt style of speech, both in carefully-chosen words and a Soprano-like delivery, as exemplified by his speech at Chatham House in London yesterday.
As I watched the San Antonio Spurs eliminate the upstart New Orleans Hornets this past week, I got to thinking … I really don’t like the NBA.
WASHINGTON — The American people have heard President Bush and his spokespersons say many times that the U.S. government does not engage in torture.