There’s a big difference between the Republican and Democratic campaigns: The Republicans have split on policy grounds; the Democrats haven’t. There’s been a Republican divide between center and right but no Democratic divide between center and left.
MCLEAN HIGH SCHOOL GUARD Peter Kannellias (left) drives to the basket during the Highlanders’ 51-48 victory over rival Langley. Kannellias, a senior, hit a pair of critical three-pointers during the contest, including the game-winner with four seconds left in regulation. Kannellias also hit a half-court shot to end the first […]
The pass went up, a perfect spiral over the shoulder of two defenders gasping for breath, and was hauled in by the receiver in the back of the end zone for the 20-yard score. Then it happened. The receiver stumbled down to the turf and lay motionless, as an ambulance […]
The long-awaited and controversial lane-closure construction work in the 400 block of W. Broad St. (Rt. 7) will officially commence this Friday, Oct. 12, City of Falls Church officials announced Tuesday. One lane of the four-lane road will be closed in each direction while the road bed is rebuilt, […]
The deal was all lined up. Ryan Montbleau and his band mates were just one confirmation away from inking a deal with an independent label that would have propelled the band out of debt and into, at least temporary, financial security. However, the next time the label made contact, the […]
Before the opening kickoff of George Mason High School’s football meeting with host Stonewall Jackson High last Friday, Mason lineman Brady Hatfield bellowed out a soliloquy for his teammates in the huddle, whose spirits were not dampened by the constant downpour and frigid winds.
We now have something purportedly definitive about the cause of left-handedness, a characteristic of somewhere between 8% and 10% of the population worldwide. This week, news has come of an Oxford University study that claims a gene that causes left-handedness has been discovered, and that it is associated with a […]
Three ‘Must See’ Summer Movies: Homer, Harry and Moore.
“This is an unheard of situation. I have never heard of a case where a non-profit organization has been left to negotiate the terms of a proffer made by a developer to the City of Falls Church.” So Laura Hull, the executive director of a non-profit arts organization, told a […]
“Game Theory” by John Fasano is one of 15 recent RISD graduates on display at KNEW Gallery in Georgetown through June 24.