In one of the most important articles of the year, Walter Isaacson wrote in Time Magazine about the shredding of the newspaper business.
David Craig Welch, 42, recipient of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce’s special James Elkin Humanitarian Award last spring for his Web site work to provide better information, awareness and communication among brain tumor victims, died Jan. 7 at the home of his mother in Annandale.
One of the nice things about watching movies at home is that you can relax with something to eat plus sip a cocktail, wine or beer while you’re viewing.
As Residents Seek Voice in Community Discussions, Blogs Are Becoming the Means to an End For a city of around 10,000 citizens, Falls Church boasts a citizenry intent on engagement. With the most Starbucks per capita for a city of its size, the physical plane has plenty of room for […]
When I was a teenager, one of our fads was to use a beer tap handle on our car’s gearshift lever. Mine said “Schlitz.”
District-area songsmiths Luke Brindley and Andy Zipf are featured in an online voting competition hosted by Paste Magazine to perform at the Cayamo Festival.
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.
January 24 – 30, 2008
Vacationing in Montreal this weekend, I had a computer glitch that made it impossible to connect online. The experience made me think about how much the world has changed since the beginning of the technological revolution, particularly for the GLBT community.
The only true way to get better at poker is to dedicate lots of hours to practice.