It does not take much thinking about the implications of peak oil before the concept of sustainability arises.
But Requires Optimism from Its Lenders The Akridge Company, the highly-regarded Washington, D.C., development company, came to City Hall in Falls Church this week confirming its eagerness to build a large, mixed-use project in the teeth of the current housing downturn, and cautiously optimistic that it can sell 150 condominiums.
If you’re looking for an old-fashioned diner that still retains its historical authenticity without selling out and becoming a chain like a certain metallic-named hit, then look no further than Tastee 29 Diner.
What’s the most underdiscussed issue of this presidential campaign?
Playing hot and cold hands refers to the strategy of entering into a pot solely on the basis of the hand’s merit before the flop. Running a hand hot and cold generally means that you’re willing to play out your cards with no more betting after the flop.
There was a time when the only debate surrounding Roger Clemens’ enshrinement into baseball’s Hall of Fame was over what hat he would wear. After Clemens and more than 80 other active and former players were named as users of performance enhancing substances in the 409-page investigative report by Senator […]
Election Day 2007 is relegated to the pages of history, and what a history was written on November 6! The Virginia State Senate is now in Democratic hands, with State Senator Dick Saslaw, whose district includes 16 precincts in Mason District, the new Majority Leader in the State Senate. Does […]
Sources have reported to the News-Press this week that the Shreve family property on the southeast corner of N. West and W. Broad in Falls Church, including the site of the Currle family-owned City Sunoco, has been sold to the B. F. Saul Company for a rumored $8 million, although […]
Italian Women Artists from Renaissance to Baroque, National Museum of Women in the Arts, now through July 15.
Having sailed through a preliminary approval from the Falls Church City Council last week, Hekemian Company officials were slated to run the gamut of city advisory bodies this week, hopeful that their new plan for a large mixed-use project on the site of the old Pearson Funeral Home will continue […]