In 1984, Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman published a small independent comic book depicting four genetically altered terrapins, trained in the ancient art of ninjitsu. Two years later, “Turtle Power” was sweeping through the nation faster than a hungry turtle devouring leftover pizza.
Fairfax-based rockers Welbilt should write a thank you note to beer. Seriously.
Celebrities once again highlighted the annual Falls Church News-Press holiday party, which drew almost 200 friends of the paper to its 17th annual event last week.
For music fans in search of some new tunes this holiday season, look no further than Jammin’ Java. This weekend the Vienna live music spot plays host to a pair of CD release parties, including one for owner Luke Brindley’s new solo CD.
December is Universal Human Rights Month, a time to recognize that all human beings have the right to live freely without discrimination and to enjoy life with inherent dignity.
If you can’t quite explain the Everyone Orchestra, your not alone. When asked for a description, Matt Butler, the quasi-conductor of the jam-band collaborative struggles as well. “It’s a … collaborative … in-the-moment … uh … celebration,” he finally spits out.