Monthly Archives: August 2007

A Few Thoughts as We End August

The month of August will finally end this week.  It’s a been a long hot one.  (author’s note — we having a “Chappy Hour” at the Auld Shebeen in Fairfax on Thursday, 8/30 at 7 pm.  Please come join us to watch Jason … Continue reading

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Boycott of PWC Businesses?

One of the issues this election year has been the growing population of illegal immigrants in Northern Virginia and how our larger community will handle that.  There is a legitimate dispute as to whether local or state governments should wade into what is a Federal responsibility.  What makes sense in Prince William … Continue reading

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No Child Left Behind in Fairfax County

Everyone knows that Fairfax County public schools are among the best in the nation.  That’s why many families moved here.  And that’s why they stay in  Fairfax. So it probably came as a shock to many of us to see … Continue reading

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Live Music on Main Street

There was a good article in the Post yesterday on T.T. Reynolds on Main Street and whether its ownership can survive in the current market. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/08/15/AR2007081500880.html For those of you who didn’t grow up in Fairfax or attend Mason, T.T.’s … Continue reading

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Time Out for Real Life

(Brief author’s note — This week I am in trial in Fairfax County Circuit Court.  Being in trial for a lawyer is like being underwater.  You are only vaguely aware of other things going on.  So my blogging has been reduced) … Continue reading

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