It was a perfect Saturday night for a bridge raising – velvety black sky, warm spring temperatures, and no wind. Bright orange and white barrels, backed up by the flashing blue lights of police vehicles, punctuated the area now occupied by a 150 ton crane in the middle of Arlington […]
Our environment is literally choking on plastic bags.
At 93, Walter Mess is of an age where he wouldn’t know a Google if it bit him.
This might seem an odd time to think about apple ciders and apple wines, but don’t be surprised if you end up serving some at your Fourth of July backyard picnic.
Last Sunday, many meetings were held throughout Virginia’s Eighth Congressional District to launch a new voter identification, get-out-the-vote campaign for the district’s Democrats.
WASHINGTON — Let us hope that the next president of the United States knows some history.
‘The Narrative Figure: Work by Lee Arts Center Workshop Artists’
Signe Olson Eskildsen, long-time resident of Falls Church, passed away in the early hours of Oct. 27. She was born in Fargo, North Dakota, in 1914. She graduated from Fargo High School and received a Bachelor of Education degree from Moorhead State Teacher’s College in Moorhead, Minnesota. During her senior […]
WASHINGTON — During the Cold War, President Dwight D. Eisenhower often said that he would go anywhere, any time, any place in pursuit of peace.
A long-time consultant retained by the City of Falls Church to assist in devising strategies for its city center redevelopment raised eyebrows at City Hall last week when she remarked, “The time may come soon” for the City to “take over” space planned for a town center and “develop it.”