Planning Meeting for New Arts Center Falls Church’s only space for the visual and performing arts will soon begin construction at Pearson Square (410 S. Maple Ave., Falls Church), with an opening planned for summer 2009. At the March Falls Church Arts (FCA) Artists’ Roundtable Laura Hull, Creative Cauldron’s producing […]
One of the nice things about watching movies at home is that you can relax with something to eat plus sip a cocktail, wine or beer while you’re viewing.
Maller Down on Wall Street Bailout Plan Editor, Like all Americans and indeed the entire world I have watched with fascination the financial turmoil of the past weeks and months.
Congress held the first hearing last week on the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) policy since it was enacted in 1993. As you may know the law, signed by President Clinton, was the compromise reached after attempts failed to end the ban on gays and lesbians from serving in the […]
The House this week approved a resolution I offered to credit a lesser recognized group of people affected by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan–the children of American service members.
Mike Sherwood admits to creating “kind of a tease” with his artisan vodkas.
SHANGHAI, China — Let’s say you were born in China. You’re an only child. You have two parents and four grandparents doting on you. Sometimes they even call you a spoiled little emperor.
November 29 – December 5, 2007
The final of this year’s Legg Mason Tennis Classic in Washington, D.C., Sunday was one of the more entertaining in years. Andy Roddick was pitted against an upstart newby who was on the verge of “tournament darling” status, and seemed on a mission to “school” the boy and impose on […]
Murder, mystery, a cantankerous parrot and a visit from the Grim Reaper himself help to make this laugh-out-loud Southern spoof a buoyant and enjoyable way to spend a winter evening.