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Local Teen Lands Himself on NYC Fashion Week Runway


CJ Hancock, a junior at Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria used to a life of school and sport, stepped into a new world this February, taking to the catwalk for the first time during New York City’s Fashion Week.

Falls Church Business News & Notes

News Christopher Bergin, president and publisher of Tax Analysts, participated in the 125th edition of Columbia Business School’s intensive month long Senior Executive Program (CSEP) designed to help business leaders “maximize their leadership potential within their organizations.”

Falls Church Business News & Notes

Curves of Falls Church is hosting a grand reopening on Saturday, May 10 at 240 W. Broad Street. New owner, Kathy Hamor has revamped the workout facility and is offering new members a $100 discount off of the service fee on Friday and Saturday, May 9 and 10. A number of local businesses are participating […]

Anything But Straight: Between the Wild Party & the Wedding Party

  When I first came out in 1988, if two young gay people met, the reaction often was, "You too! I thought I was alone." As my 20-year high school reunion approaches, I witnessed an identical response in a seminal New York Times Magazine cover story. At a coffee shop in Boston, two gay men, […]

Skater Scholar

Dan Reilly’s memorable first “set of wheels “ was not a car. In 1974, in Brooklyn, NY, he custom made his own skateboard out of roller skate wheels and a 2×4 piece of plywood. At the age of 12, this was just the beginning of a ride that would lead to his life long interest […]

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Nationals Vs. Orioles Spring Training Game, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Sunday, March 16, 2 p.m.


According to a report in Mobile Magazine, the average cost of maintaining a municipal wireless network is estimated at $150,000 per square mile over five years, based on a survey by Jupiter Research of 83 municipalities who have, or are in the process of installing them. While this may seem cost-prohibitive for larger jurisdictions, in […]

David Brooks: The Sidney Awards

Every year, The Sidney Awards go to the authors of the best magazine essays, and every year the psychic costs grow worse. The Sidneys have become so prestigious and so life-altering that the winners know that everything they produce hereafter will be anti-climactic. Some crack up — F. Scott Fitzgerald style — others simply endure […]