When Jesse McCartney titled his latest album Departure, he did so intending to indicate a change from the singing style that planted him on the pop scene with the release of 2004’s Beautiful Soul and also to note a recurring thematic element on the record. Now, with fans swooning over […]
F.C. ‘Arts District’ Push to Begin Sept. 8 Two leaders of the City of Falls Church’s burgeoning arts community will be addressing the F.C. City Council at its Sept. 8 meeting, reporting on progress in the development of an arts center at the new Pearson Square mixed use project and […]
As the nail biter of a presidential race becomes more uncertain, the only thing guaranteed is a good cry on Inauguration Day. Electing our first woman or black president will bring sobs of joy, just as the election of a Republican will usher in wallowing wails of woe.
Raymond J. Evans of Falls Church, Virginia, died March 6, 2007, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born September 27, 1938 in Arlington, Virginia. He was the son of Alicia Brown and the late Jesse Evans. He attended George Mason High School and was an Air Force veteran. […]