Afghan Kabob House might be owner Akbar Madany’s first business venture, but the seasoned restaurant manager knows how to appeal to curious palates.
Fairfax County is blessed with “a very unusual group of politicians,” according to the head of the county’s Economic Development Authority (EDA), responding to the recent remark by Sharon Bulova, new chair of the county Board of Supervisors, that she “will not vote for any cut in economic development” despite […]
President Bush Left Long List Of Farces Regarding his letter in last week’s edition, where was Mr. Flusche for the past eight years when we really needed him?
“Early to bed, early to rise, work like hell, and advertise!” This little ditty was quoted by Ted Turner in a recent interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” touted as a remedy for the small business person or entrepreneur struggling to make it during economic hard times.
Hopefully the weather will be perfect this Saturday for the third annual Taste of Falls Church, being held in conjunction with the City’s annual Falls Festival, in the parking lot behind City Hall.
This newspaper hit the milestone of 900 consecutive weekly editions last week, covering a span of almost 17 and a half years.
Artomatic and the Laws of Art Shows First of all, we have to say that Artomatic is an organizational tour de force. Each year’s event seems bigger than the last. Like all things in life, there are good and bad aspects to that.
It’s been a month since the most recent municipal election in the City of Falls Church, but attitudes around City Hall suggest the will of the citizens reflected in the vote have already been muddied and even lost.
Cite Impact on Taxes, Schools Of a ‘Yes’ Vote Fearful of the negative fiscal and quality-of-life impacts on the City of Falls Church that would occur if a charter-change referendum on the City’s May 6 ballot were to pass, leaders of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce moved swiftly […]
‘Sensazione: Awaken the Senses’