Spring finally is here, bringing with it a potpourri of interesting items for discussion and consideration. If potpourri brings to mind sweet or spicy smelling dried flowers and herbs, take a deep breath. This potpourri uses the American Heritage Dictionary’s first definition: a combination of various incongruous elements – all […]
Originally built by William Harvey in 1845 and then valued at $665, the Cherry Hill Farmhouse on Park Avenue went through the Civil War and a handful of homeowners until it was turned over to the City of Falls Church government in 1968, and into a museum eight years later.
I can just picture the scene. A concerned parent is out strolling through the park with his/her offspring(s) when, suddenly, a wild-eyed pervert leaps out of the bushes and starts mixing a cocktail right in front of them.
Santana and the Derek Trucks Band, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD, Sunday, April 6, Gates open 5:30 p.m.
Taste of Bethesda, October 6 from 11 a.m to 4 p.m.
A RECORD ESTIMATED TURNOUT OF 6,000 to 7,000 showed up on a perfect, sunny day by the Falls Church Community Center Saturday to partake of the annual Fall Festival and Taste of Falls Church, combined into a single event for the first time. The weekly farmer’s market was also held […]
Spottswoode Celebrates 125 Years Just thinking about all the wine labels in the world is simply suffocating.
By now most people who come in contact with a television set have seen the beer commercials featuring the likes of Burt Reynolds and Jimmy Johnson sitting around a table sipping brews and creating one “Man Law” after another to govern male behavior.
Poet and author Pam Brown once said, “A horse is the projection of people’s dreams about themselves – strong, powerful, and beautiful – and it has the capability of giving us an escape from our mundane existence.” Ms. Brown’s words, I believe, are an accurate assessment of why so many […]