Update: After going to press, Congress voted to extend the DTV deadline until June 12, 2009. In less than two weeks — February 17, 2009, to be exact (though there remains a possibility this date will be extended by Congress to June) — all full power broadcast television stations will […]
New Year’s Eve revelers braved chilly winds at the City of Falls Church’s 11th annual Watch Night celebration to bid ‘Auld Lang Syne’ to 2008.
According to the forecast of the Weather Channel’s web site, the skies over Falls Church will be clear but temperatures are expected to plunge below freezing down to 27 degrees by midnight on New Year’s Eve.
In less than a year — February 17, 2009, to be exact – what has been called the biggest change in television since the advent of color TV will occur. On that day, the major television networks will no longer broadcast in analog, switching for the first time to a […]
When openly gay Gene Robinson was elected Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire in 2003, the Nigerian Archbishop, Peter J. Akinola, called the event “Satanic.” However, after reading the latest issue of Atlantic Magazine, it appears that Akinola is the one whose behavior is modeled on the devil.
The forecast is for temperatures to remain above freezing following a day of almost 50 degrees on New Year’s Eve Monday, perfect if brisk conditions for the eighth annual “Watch Night” celebration expected to draw over 1,000 to downtown Falls Church. A giant antique steel-frame star that once adorned the […]
December 27, 2007 – January 2, 2008
Watch Night New Year’s Eve Spectacular, Dec. 31 from 7:30 p.m. – Midnight between Broad St. & Park Ave.
Culminating Virginia’s year-long celebration of its 400 years since the founding of Jamestown, the City of Falls Church will again host a “Watch Night” fete in its downtown on New Year’s Eve. The ninth annual event has taken on the character of yet another significant Falls Church tradition since its […]
There’s a common misconception about how, and more importantly, when to read other players’ tells.