No sooner than they’d completed an exhaustive process of adopting a difficult budget for the coming fiscal year than the Falls Church City Council got a sensory overload at a work session this Monday with back-to-back-to-back presentations of three conceptual plans for development around the East Falls Church Metro station, […]
While waiting to find out how many million barrels of daily oil production OPEC says it will cut, it’s a good time to review the financial-energy situation as the two are now inextricably linked.
American presidential politics went from the sublime to the ridiculous within little more than 12 hours last week.
Nearly 50 years ago, inside an old-time white framed building, Molly Vick founded the McLean Arts Center and McLean School of Ballet and Jazz. After five decades of serving as a hub for the arts in Northern Virginia, the center will close on June 1 due to the unavailability […]
Compared to last week’s high octane contest this game was a comparative dud for the George Mason High School JV football offense. Last week the Mustang offense scored 34 points — this week the offense coughed up the ball four times and scored only once. Mason searched for consistency all […]
Every fan felt they got their money’s worth. Unfortunately, the George Mason High School JV football team fell just a little short to Potomac by a score of 39-34 Tuesday night.
A 58-year-old Leesburg man whose death due to a fall from the Waxpool overpass onto a busy Route 28 corridor in Loudoun County last week was ruled a suicide by authorities has been identified as a long-time associate of political extremist Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Tuesday marked the 4th Anniversary of the House vote to authorize the President to go to war in Iraq. I sided with those opposed to granting this authority. It was one of the most important votes of my career and one that I do not regret.