On Friday, Nov. 2, at the McLean Hilton, the Center for Multicultural Human Services (CMHS) celebrated its 25th Anniversary, by holding “We Are America Now,” an event created to help send a positive message about immigrants and recognize their contributions in Northern Virginia.
Democrats Prevail “We made history tonight,” exclaimed Governor Tim Kaine on Tuesday night as Democrats regained a majority in the state Senate.
4-3 Vote Stalls Push to Open Program to All Shying away from its earlier vote, the Falls Church School Board decided by a 4-3 margin Tuesday to send back to the drawing board plans to open up its day care program.
Earmark reform is a hot topic inside the beltway. Republicans, after six years of busting the budget, increased the use of earmarks to unprecedented levels during their reign. For example, the Labor Health and Human Services bill went from having very few earmarks in 1995, to containing $1.2 billion in […]
Important election on Tuesday On Tuesday, June 12, there will be two important elections in the Dranesville and in Providence Districts. Remembering my 1-vote margin in my first race for the House, I know these low-turnout elections can be decided by a few votes, I urge all Democrats living in […]
Fifty Years later In 1957, I was a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As a member of the Men’s Glee Club, I spent a fall week touring and singing in Virginia. I remember two things from the end of that trip: attending the Maryland-North Carolina […]
April 26 – May 2, 2007
As he cooks the evening meal, Falls Church author, singer and at-home-dad James Oglethorpe can be heard talking or singing to himself as he develops plots and characters for a new book or prepares for his next concert.
Moving Pictures: American Art & Early Film
So Long, Old Friend I was saddened to learn that Delegate Vince Callahan announced that he has decided not to run for re-election.