Transform, Transport, Transpose Works by Leigh Taylor Michelson, Judit Varga, and Lars Westby. Through January 12. McLean Project for the Arts, on the second floor of the McLean Community Center (1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean). Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., and Saturdays 1 – 5 p.m. […]
While, admittedly, the brief 60-year retrospective on the history of NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Nov. 18 was a genuine tour de force, sometimes watching the Sunday morning blab shows can be downright depressing. It is often evidence of a painful disconnect between Washington’s insiders and the real grass roots […]
Equality and empathy among persons is, I can safety say, probably more at the core of my being than anything else, as no doubt it is for many others, as well. No matter how twisted some of my views may have been at certain points in my life, this one […]
Women spend endless amounts of time, energy and money on transforming their hair into glorious coifs and for many women it is a source of confidence and beauty. However, a growing number of women afflicted with cancer have found that same confidence and beauty by shaving it off.
‘Taste of Falls Church’ and Fall Festival, outside the Falls Church Community Center, 223 Little Falls St., Saturday, Sept. 15, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
When Corey Harris hears the blues, he knows exactly what he wants.
You don’t have to look far to find the recurring theme of Laura Veirs’s latest release, Saltbreakers. There’s the title of the album, which is the same as the seventh track, which is the same as the band name. “Saltbreakers,” Veirs’s eloquent name for waves, are clearly very important to […]
To no fault of his own, John Edwards morphed into the “Breck Girl” in 2004 during his nearly successful drive to get the Democratic presidential nomination. The sliming of Edwards started when an anonymous Republican source telegraphed to The New York Times how the Party planned to attack the surging […]
“I don’t love rock songs so much,” The Frames’ Glen Hansard says over the phone prior to a Tuesday night show in Minneapolis. “I know I should … I’m in a rock band.”
Deciding on a restaurant in the busy Ballston area on Wilson Blvd. can be difficult with dozens of restaurants, lounges and cafes to choose from, but Thai Terrace, at the corner of Wilson and Quincy St. helps to make the choice much easier with its inviting atmosphere and its affordability […]