WASHINGTON — The dying months of the disastrous Bush presidency are beginning to resemble the twilight of the Clinton administration.
A new name has appeared alongside the small handful of late-night restaurants open after shows in downtown Washington D.C. It used to be that the Old Ebbitt Grill and the Kramerbooks restaurant were the only places folks knew of to bathe in the afterglow of a great show or concert […]
About a year ago, the News-Press got in trouble with some folks (we’re always so bad!) for publishing an exclusive report on declining trends in the regional real estate market that included expert insights from inside the realty business. Lots of real estate types got their knickers in a twist […]
It was my own experience, as a late 1960s anti-war, pro-civil rights activist who came through a complicated maze to align with the then-socialist designs of one Lyn Marcus, a.k.a. Lyndon LaRouche, that informed my exclusive journalistic exposé this April. I broke the news of the link between the suicide […]
July 2, 1908 – January 14, 2007
Sarita Elizabeth (Graybill) Hammer, 80, formerly of Falls Church, Va., died Friday, December 15, 2006, at INOVA Loudon Hospital Center.
Nestled in the back corner of Idylwood Shopping Center, one of Falls Church’s best small-town bars, Mark’s Pub, is proof that great things come in small packages. In contrast to some of the coat-and-tie venues of Falls Church City, this is a pub without pretension and with all the comforts […]
McLean Claims Second Straight on Senior Night; Falls Church Rallies, but Can’t Overcome Deficit
Matthew Ryan is an idealist, a fact that may surprise those familiar with his work. Never mind that his albums are laden with ballads, or that he sings like he sports a leg iron from his right ankle, or even that he openly says he has never written a “feel […]