George Mason High School’s girls and boys swim teams are off to equally hot starts this winter, each one undefeated through seven meets.
There used to be a relatively simple formula for success in the music world. Craft a memorable single that a record company executive’s teenage son or daughter would enjoy, sign a record contract with said parent, tour to promote the record then sit back and collect pay checks and groupies […]
THE FALLS CHURCH YOUTH LACROSSE CLUB recently started their fall clinics with a record number of new and experienced players, according to Coach Mark Johansen, via the help of Marymount University coaches.
When I was a teenager, one of our fads was to use a beer tap handle on our car’s gearshift lever. Mine said “Schlitz.”
It is a generally overlooked fact, obfuscated perhaps by all the attention being given to the upcoming election and the global, national and regional economic struggles, that the Washington, D.C., region is poised to undergo a massive turnover in population over the next few months.
Following their respectively undefeated 2007 summer swim season, both Lee Graham Pool and High Point Pool in Falls Church moved up divisions in the Northern Virginia Swimming League (NVSL). With the move, both pool teams – each nicknamed the Dolphins – faced stiffer competition during the 2008 competition.
The picture is not a pretty one at Nationals Park and those at home holding the remote control are inclined to agree.
There was a point in the past year where all Zach Rogue could do was pray for more time to spend with Pat Spurgeon. Spurgeon, Rogue’s creative partner in the Northern California-based band Rogue Wave, needed a kidney transplant to replace the failing organ he received from his first […]
The U11 girls began the playoffs last Thursday as the fourth seed and beat fifth seed Fort Hunt 21-3 to advance at Moore Cadillac Stadium. Falls Church was paired with Braddock Road in the next game, which was rained out, and under the rules, higher-seeded Braddock Road advanced.
The girls varsity lacrosse team of Falls Church High School defeated Centreville 9-7 Tuesday night, marking the first time ever the program has beaten a team from the Concorde District.