Clay Cafe Studios, John Rodock of Ober Kaler, the Original Pancake House, and Upton Hill Regional Park are all supporting the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce‘s annual Mini-Golf Family Fun Night scheduled to take place from 6 -8 p.m. Tuesday, September 30 at Upton Hill Regional Park.
Eclipsing even the most memorable performances at the Beijing Olympics, the record-smashing achievements of Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt and the breathtaking opening and closing ceremonies, was the grand and triumphant appearance of Sen. Teddy Kennedy at Monday’s opening night at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.
FC Arts Gallery Exhibit Opening Falls Church Arts, looking to expand the art culture of Falls Church with its Da Vinci Passport series of arts events, is celebrating the opening of its latest gallery, Perspectivo: Unexpected Views of Nature. The exhibit features over 60 works by more than 30 members […]
Heroes of the Negro Leagues Art Exhibit, March 29, 2 – 5 p.m. at ArtInsights in Reston
Roger Brown, William Christenberry, and local works from the WPA Art File Roger Brown, William Christenberry, and local works from the WPA Art File Through March 22, May 11, and March 23 respectively. At American University’s Katzen Arts Center (4400 Massachusetts Ave., D.C.). Museum Hours: Tuesday through Sunday 11 […]
W.T. Woodson High School senior Matt Savoca was riding the bus home from a chorus trip when he first conceived what has now blossomed into a completely student-run, -directed and -choreographed production. Complete with 18 performers, a full pit and a constantly growing technical crew, “Pippin the Musical” is the […]
December 27, 2007 – January 2, 2008
So there you sit, in your latest ugly Christmas sweater that already has a splotch of holiday gravy on the front, wondering how to avoid looking like a schlub when you uncork the champagne you’ve been assigned to purchase for the next family inquisition commonly known as New Year’s Eve.
“A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens, performed by the Synetic Theatre, Rosslyn Spectrum, Preview Friday, Nov. 23, Opening Night Saturday, Nov. 24.
If there was any question as to whether Monday’s Merriweather Pavilion concert was a double bill or a straight up Shins show it was answered with the first spacy sounds of the Portland-based band’s set-opening song “Sleeping Lessons.” When the lights came up, so did the happy hands of the […]