If you’re spending an evening in Old Town Alexandria this summer, be sure to stroll by Mai Thai to appease your appetite. The restaurant takes traditional Thai cuisine and serves it up with a trendy style, both in the atmosphere of the place and the presentation of the dishes.
Longfellow Middle School won third place in the U.S. Department of Energy National Science Bowl in Denver, Col. It is the country’s largest academic competition of its kind to test sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. (photo: courtesy Thulasi Ramnath)
The sun was shining brightly across the ponds at Green Spring Gardens as family and friends of Airman 1st Class Jason Kenneth Duvall dedicated a gazebo in his memory on June 16. Jason often visited Green Spring Gardens while growing up. According to his mother, Sally, he fed the geese […]
May 24 – 30, 2007
The No. 4 George Mason High School girls varsity lacrosse team lost to No. 5 Potomac Falls in the opening round of the Dulles District playoffs last Thursday, ending a year that saw the team finish 8-6 in the regular season.
Earth Day celebrations are planned for the next two Saturdays in a location near you! This Saturday, April 21, volunteers from Annandale United Methodist Church will hold an Earth Day rally, while a riparian buffer restoration (planting vegetation along streams) is underway. Both events begin at 1 p.m.
It’s Friday afternoon and the Washington Nationals’ series of community relations events, dubbed the Winter Caravan, is entering the homestretch. Newly-minted manager Manny Acta, centerfielder Nook Logan and pitcher Mike O’Connor sit inside the bustling Red Cross Blood Donor Center in Fairfax, Va., signing baseballs for kids both young and […]
The holidays have begun in earnest. Passing by a local shopping center revealed jammed parking lots and people hurrying from cars to stores and back again. Shopping on-line has picked up, too; be sure to have that credit card ready when you order!
Ed Saltzberg, chair of the Falls Church Economic Development Authority (EDA), showed some chutzpa when he stood up at the monthly luncheon of the Greater Falls Church Chamber of Commerce Tuesday to respond to the News-Press coverage last week of the controversial logo associated with a new EDA marketing study. […]
Employees at BridgeStreet offices in Falls Church, Va. and Chicago, Ill. packed 35-foot-long trucks with hundreds of comforters, blankets, pillows, sheets, and mattress pads, as well as dishes, silverware, microwave ovens and VCRs, with a total value in excess of $100,000. The trucks, which departed Falls Church and Chicago today […]