Responding to action by the Falls Church Planning Commission Tuesday to recommend against the adoption of five ordinances required to implement the large-scale Atlantic Realty City Center project, City Councilman David Snyder contacted the News-Press yesterday to issue the following statement: “The Planning Commission raised and considered some very important […]
Last Tuesday night, I made my annual trek to the place where Democrats gather to find out what is happening to them after the polls close. In the 40 years since I have been involved in Arlington politics, they have been all over the place.
Washington Divas star defensive back Alison “Fisch” Fischer greets a young fan during an appearance at the Army 10-mile race last Sunday. The Divas, a woman’s full-contact professional football team, are one of the D.C. region’s most successful clubs, with a record of 20 – 2 in regular season play […]
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Edwards stopped in Tysons Corner for a luncheon address Tuesday to partisans working to win Democratic control of the Virginia state legislature in the fall elections.
Staten Island singer-songwriter and blossoming star Ingrid Michaelson says she’s still learning what goes into making a successful relationship. It’s an unsurprising statement given the lyrical content of her increasingly popular release Girls and Boys. Tracks like the whimsical “Breakable,” the angsty “Starting Now” and the longing-filled lay “Corner of […]
The Last Waltz Ensemble, State Theatre, 220 N. Washington St., Falls Church, Sunday, June 10, Doors open at 7.
While the Luray team bus might have broken down en route to George Mason High School last Wednesday night, the team’s offense worked just fine. And despite a fast start, the George Mason High School freshman football team lost a 28-26 heartbreaker in overtime.