The timing could not have been better. In the afterglow of completing the approval of the transformative $317 million City Center project, arts and culture leaders in the City of Falls Church reached out to the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce this week in hopes of forging a novel alliance.
The last 10 days marked the conjunction of three momentous and, to our minds, interrelated developments in the City of Falls Church.
December 27, 2007 – January 2, 2008
Handel’s “Messiah,” National Symphony Orchestra, Kennedy Center Concert Hall, through Sunday afternoon.
Last week the Democratic-led Congress passed H.R. 1429, the “Improving Head Start for School Readiness Act,” legislation which increases the federal government’s investment in early childhood education.
Joan Lucille Olander earned her first public attention at age 15 when she was named Miss Palm Springs, Calif.
Conserving land, and its favorable effects on water quality and quantity, were issues front and center last Friday at the Potomac Watershed Forum V, held at the Prince William Campus of George Mason University, and attended by nearly 200 people from around the region and as far away as Westmoreland […]
July 26 – August 1, 2007
The Orendain family has been an economic and political force in Mexico’s Tequila city and Jalisco state since 1926.
‘Rising’ by Len Harris, made of laminated wood strips.