Planning Meeting for New Arts Center Falls Church’s only space for the visual and performing arts will soon begin construction at Pearson Square (410 S. Maple Ave., Falls Church), with an opening planned for summer 2009. At the March Falls Church Arts (FCA) Artists’ Roundtable Laura Hull, Creative Cauldron’s producing […]
News Christopher Bergin, president and publisher of Tax Analysts, participated in the 125th edition of Columbia Business School’s intensive month long Senior Executive Program (CSEP) designed to help business leaders “maximize their leadership potential within their organizations.”
Creative Cauldron & FCA Partner to Raise Funds Creative Cauldron and Falls Church Arts (FCA) are partnering to host various dinner parties/artist salons throughout the greater Falls Church area on Saturday, March 21.
GMHS Winner Advances in Shakespeare Competition Miles Butler, a junior at George Mason High School, won his school’s competition to advance to the English-Speaking Union (ESU) Washington’s 20th annual Shakespeare Competition at the Lansburgh Theatre in Washington D.C. Monday.
Local Students Make University Dean’s Lists Teresa Rose Crist of Falls Church earned dean’s list at Lynchburg College for the Fall 2008 semester.
News Falls Church-based CSC has named Bryan Brady vice president of Investor Relations, reporting to Mike Mancuso, chief financial officer.
George Mason High School’s girls varsity basketball team presses on to the Region B Tournament Championship following Thursday’s 62-35 victory over Dan River in the semifinals.
News Falls Church Arts is offering businesses a chance to participate in Gallery Without Walls.
Falls Church Arts Holds All-Member ShowFalls Church Arts will be hosting an opening reception of Illumination on Sunday, March 1 at Don Beyer Volvo Showroom (1231 W. Broad St., Falls Church) from 7 – 9 p.m. For more information, visit fallschurcharts.org.
McLean Rotary Awards Six Scholarships The Rotary Club of McLean earlier this month awarded six academic scholarships to recent graduates of Pimmit Hills High School who will use the funding for college-level courses.