The George Mason High School girls varsity lacrosse team experienced a tough week, losing two very close and physical games, first to Loudoun County, 14-13, on April 30, and then 8-6 against Briar Woods last Monday.
Tournament spirit hit Falls Church High School last week as the boys and girls varsity lacrosse teams entered National District tournament play on May 1.
Coming off two big wins against South Lakes last week, McLean High School’s varsity softball team, number one in the Liberty District, were in position to take on George C. Marshall High on May 1.
I recently viewed the tape from the World Series of Poker final table when I won my record eleventh bracelet. There was one interesting hand that commentator Robert Williamson said I played poorly. Here’s how it went down.
Dean Dinning, the bassist for Toad The Wet Sprocket, gives the News-Press an exclusive look inside the band’s rumored reunion, the tolls of touring and everything in between.
F.C. U13 Boys Black For the first time this season, the U13 Boys Black lacrosse team was ahead 1-0 at the half against Manassas Battlefield at Moore Cadillac Stadium behind Raphe Schultz’s goal.
It’s a few hours before the Falls Church High School (FCHS) boys soccer team’s final home game of the season. Spirits are up despite the Jaguars’ 0-7 record. Star forward Will Parker is bumming around the gym lobby with goalie Michael Latham. He walks with confidence, and greets everyone with […]
Tennessee Williams’ “Small Craft Warnings,” now being performed through May 10 at Crystal City’s Clark Street Playhouse by the Washington Shakespeare Company, is one of Williams’ most self-revealing works, a gritty, unyielding pastiche of raw nerves and downtrodden lives taking place in a beach-side dive bar. The current staging of […]
Area Sports Roundup: Jaguar Boys Tennis Racks Up 1st Win; Statesmen Softball Goes 3 for 3 in Liberty District
Falls Church High Baseball (1-6): Rain forced the cancellation of games against Washington-Lee and Stuart to start the week.
After a careful review of the arguments from both sides, and with the benefit of following the issues week-to-week for over 18 years, it is our assessment that the City of Falls Church is in the “right” and Fairfax County in the “wrong” in the current, potentially very damaging water […]