Whatever folks are planning to do this Labor Day Weekend, it should be in the spirit of taking a deep breath while summoning energy for an incredible two-month sprint that will begin on Tuesday.
In 2001, David Bianco was at the pinnacle of his career in GLBT journalism. He was the founder of Q Syndicate, a content provider for gay media, and wrote, “Past Out,” a widely distributed GLBT history column. He was also the author of, “Gay Essentials: Facts for Your Queer Brain.”
You’ve been to the beach. You’ve seen New York City. Now let the News-Press show you some attractive alternatives to the usual summer hot spots just a short drive away.
PHOTO GALLERY: George Mason High School Seniors said goodbye to their fellow Mustangs and hello to new beginnings on Wednesday, June 11 at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. during their graduation ceremony where GMHS principal of 28 years Robert Snee (center and bottom center) gave his final speech before […]
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 […]
Last week’s municipal election in the City of Falls Church will be remembered in years to come as a major inflection point defining the character and viability of the independent jurisdiction going forward into the 21st century.
WASHINGTON — Sad to say, with the popularity and availability of email, personal letters may soon be a thing of the past.
On Monday, the Washington Post carried a provocative story about the perennial debate in the college and university community about the nature of an undergraduate curriculum.
George mason high seniors (left to right) Nikki Williamson, Kristie Southern, Kate Root and Sam Shaw, joined by English teacher Ms. Allisa Mears (middle), delivered a meal to the Falls Church Winter Shelter this past Tuesday. GM seniors deliver meals every Tuesday to volunteer. (Photo: Ron Brousseau)
In basketball jargon, “the team that rules the paint, rules the game.”