The Miss USA contest began as a beauty contest and ended up as a mud bath. The theatrics started when celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, who was a pageant judge, asked Miss California, Carrie Prejean, if she supported marriage equality.
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 […]
As should probably be expected for a group named The Alternate Routes, the climb through the musical landscape hasn’t been a direct one.
With a surprising unanimity and spirit of cordiality among all seven members tonight, the Falls Church City Council voted 7-0 to adopt its Fiscal Year 2010 budget, holding the real estate tax rate increase to $1.07 per $100 assessed valuation while fully funding the School Board request that will provide […]
The Falls Church City Council has called a special public hearing for tonight, April 23, as it faces a Monday deadline on tough decisions required to balance the coming fiscal year budget.
Over the entirety of her 14-track solo debut album, Sara Watkins illustrates an eloquence as a songwriter that reflects her some 20-year career as a member of the Grammy-winning group, Nickel Creek.
Area Sports Roundup: Jaguar Boys Tennis Racks Up 1st Win; Statesmen Softball Goes 3 for 3 in Liberty District
Falls Church High Baseball (1-6): Rain forced the cancellation of games against Washington-Lee and Stuart to start the week.
The thousands of Americans who engaged in exhibitions of public teabagging yesterday, a.k.a. rallies emulating the anti-tax Boston Tea Party, cheered on by Fox News and CNBC throughout the day, constitute the Republican Party’s worst nightmare.
It does not take much thinking about the implications of peak oil before the concept of sustainability arises.
This month, the House passed a raft of federal employees’ related legislation that would reform the federal retirement system.