F.C. Civil War Day Offers Blast to Past The City of Falls Church’s Annual Civil War Day will be held this Saturday, May 16 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Cherry Hill Park & Farmhouse (312 Park Ave., Falls Church).
Israel Independence Day – I was honored to have been invited to the official celebration of the 61st anniversary of the State of Israel last Wednesday in Washington.
F.C. U13 Boys Black The boys played three games over the weekend, from Ashburn, to Wakefield, and then at home on Sunday.
Art Open House Spring Open Studios, at the Jackson Art Center (3048 ½ R St. NW, Washington D.C.). These exhibits are open on Sunday, May 3 from noon – 5 p.m. The Jackson Art Center houses studio space for over 40 artists, all of whose works will be open […]
JV’s Restaurant of Falls Church has been a timeless favorite for live, local tunes since 1947.
Falls Church Arts Holds All-Member ShowFalls Church Arts will be hosting an opening reception of Illumination on Sunday, March 1 at Don Beyer Volvo Showroom (1231 W. Broad St., Falls Church) from 7 – 9 p.m. For more information, visit fallschurcharts.org.
Falls Church will bask in the regional limelight this Sunday evening, as the Washington music scene gathers for the fifth consecutive year in the State Theatre to celebrate the 23rd annual “Wammies” award ceremony.
After months of warnings, advertisings, and some confusion about the planned February 17 transition to digital television, Congress may have changed its mind.
The Rt. Rev. Peter James Lee, the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, made a personal appearance with the exiled Falls Church congregation of “continuing Episcopalians” Sunday at their temporary digs in the fellowship hall of the Falls Church Presbyterian Church.
The highest ranking elected leader of the Episcopal Church USA spoke to the “continuing Episcopalian” congregation in Falls Church Sunday, making a presentation, taking questions and then preaching during the group’s weekly religious service.