Falls Church resident Jim Saulsbury suddenly found himself called on for heroic action around lunchtime this Monday. He was calmly walking beside the man-made lake on Fairview Park Drive when he heard a crash. A car had been t-boned by another and was meandering slowly toward the lake.
Human Abstractions Connie Imboden and her recent works, at Heineman Myers (4728 Hampden Lane, Bethesda, Md.). This exhibit runs through April 25. For more details, call 301-951-7900, or you can visit www.heinemanmyers.com or the artist’s web site at www.connieimboden.com.
Wendy Garner; New Wave Paintings, at the Cross MacKenzie (1054 31st St. NW, Washington D.C., in Canal Square courtyard across from the Sea Catch Restaurant).
As the scouts say, “Always be ready”! This simple phrase can apply to the many aspects of life. Life is unpredictable, and so are emergencies.
My introduction to eggnog came at about the age of 7 in the form of my grandmother’s do-it-yourself kit: One egg, an 8-ounce glass, a spoonful of sugar, a little bottle of vanilla extract and a fork.
Now that the U.S. government has moved to take ownership positions in nine major banks, among the next critical steps needed to ease the economic crisis’ recessionary impact on average Americans is to swap household debt relief for commitments to community service and national infrastructure and alternative energy development.
A far cry from distressed fiscal conditions in neighboring Prince William and Fairfax counties, the City of Falls Church ended the last fiscal year June 30 only $355,000 in the hole, the City’s Chief Financial Officer John Tuohy reported Tuesday.
F.C. Council Postpones Akridge Vote Plans to cast a preliminary “first reading” vote this Monday on the Akridge Company’s mixed use project on N. Washington St. were altered this week, with the Falls Church City Council putting it off until its following meeting on Sept. 8.
The worst-ever president of the United States strutted into the Rose Garden again yesterday to berate Congress for resisting his pressure to open up offshore oil drilling.
Of the 266 distinct nations or entities on the world today, nearly 100 are now reporting continuing energy shortages, mostly in the form of inadequate electricity supply, but in a growing number of cases, shortages of liquid fuels and natural gas. The actual number of countries affected is probably well […]