Choralis, an energetic volunteer choral program based out of the Falls Church Presbyterian Church since 2000, culminates its seventh annual Summer Festival Week for 36 high school students this Friday night.That’s when the students will join with more than 70 adults and three professional soloists for a performance of Franz […]
The George Mason High School girls varsity tennis team advanced easily over Goochland to claim the Region B title and earn a berth in the semifinals of the Virginia Group A State Tournament.
The 16th Annual Capital Jazz Festival Friday through Sunday, June 6 – 8, at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia MD. Peformers include Average White Band, Chris Botti, Jonathan Butler, Randy Crawford and Joe Sample, Brian Culbertson and the Funk Experience, Down to the Bone, Roberta Flack, Ken Ford, Four80East, Howard […]
The gloom of an eight-hour workday can dull the five senses, but a sweet escape to Caribbean Breeze is sure to set your taste buds tangoing with its Latin-inspired lunch specials.
A fundraiser will be held Friday, May 16, at 7 p.m. at the Chesterbrook Elementary School, 1753 Kirby Road, McLean, to benefit the Escuela Caracol, a school in Guatemala founded and run by George Mason High School graduate and long-time Falls Church resident Josh Wilson and his wife Courtney. The […]
Cruz Wins Outstanding Educator Award Jane Cruz, coordinator for adult high school completion programs of Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Adult and Community Education (ACE) program, recently received the Outstanding Educator award from the Martin Luther King, Jr., Cultural Center. Cruz is also the principal of Woodson Adult High […]
Providence Players’ ‘Steel Magnolias’ Opens This Friday The new theatre at the James Lee Community Center on Annandale Road between Rt. 29 and Rt. 50, just beyond the Falls Church City limits, will again be the venue for a lively production by the Providence Players theatre troupe. This time, Robert […]
One of the best things about this region of Virginia is being able to have authentic cultural cuisine at your fingertips without needing a passport. I have never been to Peru, but if the food there is anything reminiscent of that which I had at Fairfax’s Cuzco Restaurant, then consider […]
The Mason High varsity baseball team scraped out a pivotal win over district opponent Rappahannock on Wednesday, April 23, the first of two Bull Run District wins on that week.
Despite being truly tested for the first time in Bull Run District play this season, the George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team posted a pair of wins to remain unbeaten since beginning the district schedule.