Falls Church local Anne Welles, a teacher by day and independent filmmaker by desire, saw her first area-based work screened at the Arlington Drafthouse and Cinema in mid-April.
Singer-songwriter Peter Bradley Adams has long been intrigued by wandering. He loves the idea of setting one foot before the other, no destination in mind, his steps more guided by a goal – find something better, anywhere but here.
Latin Bands Turning Up More & More Often At State Theatre, Bringing Big Crowds With Them Falls Church resident Joey Carrasquillo, 31, has been playing percussion in bands all his life but success has come much more readily to him in the last four years in his newly formed band […]
October 2-8, 2007
“Stand fast. Stand firm. Stand sure. Stand true.” While these words are not some of the most famous or poetic in history, they do appear on a plaque attached to an imposing bronze statue planted on a large rock on the edge of Los Angeles’ McArthur Park. It is the […]
It wasn’t the album Steve Berlin expected. When Berlin and the rest of Los Lobos entered the studio to record the album that became The Town and The City, he expected a more folkloric album, something that would behoove the band’s current acoustic tour.
Paul Emmett Argo died suddenly on Wednesday, December 20, 2006 of apparent heart failure while on his daily bicycle commute from his office in Washington, D.C., to his home in Falls Church, Virginia. Paul was 58.
Six hours away from Falls Church , down I-81, is a little town called Floyd . If Falls Church can be described as small, then Floyd is down right microscopic. With a population of just about 450 people, one-stoplight, two blocks, and the fact that four of ‘em could fit […]