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ONCE AGAIN, THE FALLS CHURCH Celebrity All-Stars came within a hair’s breadth of upsetting the Harlem Magic Masters entertainment basketball team at the F.C. Community Center last Friday night. As part of the celebration of Black History Month, F.C.’s Tinner Hill Foundation, led by Nikki and Ed Henderson organized the […]
Upon entering Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood Restaurant, the beautiful Japanese décor brings the authenticity of Japanese culture to life.
The secret behind playing small ball poker isn’t so much in the hands you choose to play. It’s more about the amount you choose to bet with the hands you end up playing.
At the ninth annual Mr. & Ms. Mason pageant held at George Mason High School last Thursday, a number of students underwent the rigorous review from judges to be crowned with their respective titles – with some fun along the way.
Packed into the same square block as Lost Dog and Stray Cat Cafés, and right across from the original Lebanese Taverna, Thai Noy completes the restaurant quarter in Arlington’s Westover neighborhood – and lives up to its neighbors’ performances.
What I’m about to say may surprise you. You might be a cheater and not even know it.
Amid the small nail salons, wine shops and convenience marts of the strip malls that dot the path of Lee Highway in the Yorktown neighborhood of Arlington, Yorktown Bistro has staked a posh space in an effort to distinguish itself from the environing hoi polloi.
At the seventh annual Gingerbread Workshop held last Fridayat Westlawn Elementary in Falls Church, about 250 children set to work on their miniature gingerbread houses.