There’s a growing, if idealistic, sentiment these days that unsigned, independent musicians are bridging the gap between their major label-backed peers. The belief is that Internet innovations and digital have leveled the playing field for financially constrained Indie bands, pushing labels to the margins of relevancy. Then you listen to […]
On Monday night, two D.C. sports teams reaped victories over their rivals thanks in large part to their role players.
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 […]
Last year, the first-ever Falls Church Film Festival at the State Theatre was a showcase for some locally-produced material. Next month, in only its second year, it will progress to a competition drawing some serious amateur talent from across the globe.
As a political junky, I was beginning to despair that there were no defining issues in this year’s County Board race. People here seem to be reasonably satisfied with the direction our government has taken over the last several years, and they should be.
With cloudy skies overhead on one of the biggest, most exciting days in Falls Church City, the George Mason High School varsity girls soccer team put on their own show, as they romped past Goochland High School, 8-1, in the first round of the Region B Tournament Monday afternoon.
Trailing 1-0 at the half, the George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team scored a pair of second-half goals to defeat Rappahannock 2-1 on Tuesday night, securing a victory that was vital to the Mustangs’ hopes of capturing the Bull Run District regular season title for a third-straight season.
The George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team pushed its record to 2-0-1 in the Bull Run District after a late goal by bruised and bloodied freshman Alex Casteuble lifted the Mustangs to a 1-0 home victory over the rival Clarke County Eagles.
The George C. Marshall boys varsity soccer team pulled its record back to .500 with a win in its first match since the spring break hiatus, 2-1 over Annandale Tuesday night.
A header by J.E.B. Stuart junior Leonardo Carbajal Gonzalez with just under four minutes remaining in the match gave the Raider boys varsity soccer team the only goal it needed to defeat George Mason High School and secure its first win of the season.