The children of Falls Church’s Dulin Cooperative Preschool were in a high-pressure situation last week, when firefighters from the Falls Church Fire Department paid a visit to the preschool.
James A. Keys died in his home in Falls Church on August 18, 2008 from hepatocellular carcinoma, a rare liver cancer.
Is ManHunt, the wildly popular online cruising site with the slogan “get on, get off,” a blessing or a curse for gay men? This is the question Out Magazine writer Joseph Gross posed in one of the most provocative articles of the year.
THE Falls Church News-Press held their annual summer mixer for the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce last Friday, July 25. Ledo’s Pizza provided the eats, and the News-Press provided the drinks. For their part, locals gathered in the office, coming from across the Falls Church community to dine and socialize. […]
Locals gathered ‘round, to hear blues singer and artist Michael Roach, bottom left, performed in Falls Church for a one-night, one-show, invitation-only concert at the historic Henderson House and Gardens to benefit the Tinner Hill John Jackson Blues Festival last Sunday, July 27. The festival is co-sponsored by Tinner Hill […]
When the price of fuel started its monumental climb a few months ago, The Influence, a Virginia Beach-based band, started looking for alternative ways to travel. Their solution: a tour bus converted to run on waste vegetable oil.
Fuel prices alone are unlikely to bring America to its senses.
Thirtieth birthdays usually carry a bit of anxious reflection with them. They spur a need to reevaluate what has come before and glean from the past a new direction forward. Last Friday, when Corey Smith hit the big 3-0, his outlook for the day bore no such grandiose introspection, nor […]
In recent years, numerous books have been written about life after world oil production peaks. Most depict radical change, as oil-powered transportation, suburban living, and large-scale food production and distribution wither. The truth is nobody really has a good idea about what is going to happen. The world has never […]
FALLS CHURCH, VA. – Repairs have been completed to the 6-inch cast iron water main break that occurred on eastbound Route 7 at Patrick Henry Drive in Fairfax County on Nov. 1, 2006. Eastbound lanes of Route 7 near Patrick Henry Drive have reopened to traffic.