Assails ‘Sacking’ Of Planners by F.C. City Council Editor, By sacking Planning Commission members whose advice and recommendations it didn’t like and replacing them with hand-picked apparatchiks, the majority on the City Council, in true totalitarian fashion, has achieved its goal of absolute control over City entities with responsibilities for […]
Singer-songwriter Peter Bradley Adams has long been intrigued by wandering. He loves the idea of setting one foot before the other, no destination in mind, his steps more guided by a goal – find something better, anywhere but here.
The News-Press was fortunate enough to be granted an audience with this year’s King and Queen for the City of Falls Church’s 27th Annual Memorial Day Parade. In this Q&A with King and Queen Peter Davis and Olivia Scott, we delve into the royal recesses of their minds to see […]
Peter Don Rose, 57, a highly-popular and respected teacher in the City of Falls Church Schools since 1975, died Friday, Dec. 14, after a long battle with cancer. He taught at the Thomas Jefferson Elementary and, more recently, Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School in the city.
ATLANTA — Widely acknowledged for his beermaking skills, Brooklyn Brewery brewmaster Garrett Oliver recently presented his most ambitious beer to date – Brooklyn Local 1 – a champagnelike, Belgian-style beer that’s 100 percent naturally carbonated in cork-finished bottles. But Oliver is also a talented home chef and an expert on […]
Peter Pan is the imagination of abandoned street urchins. They are the real subjects of the story, which is more Dickins-esque than most people realize.
Upon first look, local website mywinterhill.com appears to be a detailed guide of the Falls Church area. Get to know the websites’ creators, Peter Van Buren and his daughter Sarah, however, and it seems it has also been a kind of diary for them, chronicling the family’s adaptation to life […]
The George Mason High School academic team ended its season undefeated with an incontestable victory in this year’s state scholastic bowl championship held at the College of William and Mary last Saturday.
The Falls Church/Annandale U11 boy’s lacrosse team placed 4th in the Annual Fall Brawl tournament on November 18. Competing in the tournament were teams from New York, Maryland, and Virginia. Team members included Caleb Britton, Jackson Cogar, Robert Doughty, Dan Dusenberry, William French, Austin Gogal, Kenny Jagim, Eriksen Johansen, Sebastian […]