There are few occasions that demand a soundtrack more than a summer road trip. As the days’ heat up, we took the liberty of assembling a set of liberating tunes befitting of a vernal adventure.
George Mason High School’s recent Chinese program underwent a milestone last week, as students hosted visitors from Nanning No. 3, Mason’s sister high school in Guangxi, China, from Jan. 11 – 20.
F.C. Rotary Discusses Youth Programs John Freeman will be speaking on “Kingsley Commons Youth Programs” at the Falls Church Rotary Club meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30 at the Harvest Moon Restaurant (7260 Arlington Blvd., Falls Church). Dinner costs $11. For more information, call Joe Scheibeler at 202-268-5089.
Trip to the Holy Land At the end of September, I returned from a nine-day trip to Israel, sponsored by the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington.
Marshall Students Commended in Merit Competition Fifteen students from George C. Marshall High School have been commended for their 2009 National Merit Scholarship competition.
One Reporter’s Brief Odyssey Into Flavor-Tripping With Miracle Fruit If you’re a food connoisseur looking for that next gastronomic frontier to cross, perhaps a small red berry may provide the edge you’re seeking.
After graduating from McLean High School in 1970, theatre arts teacher and director Denise Perrino never imagined that she would now be teaching students of her own on the same stage she had performed on as a teenager – students who, more importantly, have just been asked to perform on […]
Home, Sweet Home On Sunday, I returned from a 16-day road trip that took me 3,721 miles through the South and then attendance at the enshrinement ceremony in Canton, Ohio.
We just returned from a wonderful trip to Europe. We spent two weeks cruising along the Danube, Main, and Rhine rivers, and various canals between them, from Budapest to Amsterdam. We spent an additional four days in Budapest and Amsterdam.
BULLETIN, Mon, June 23, 11:35 p.m. EDT — By a unanimous 5-0 vote at 11:17 p.m. tonight, the Falls Church City Council approved zoning changes and a special exception to permit the construction of 110-room Hilton Garden Inn at 706 W. Broad St., adjacent a Burger King and within 100 […]