Monthly Archives: September 2009

Fairfax Dems Flock to Blenheim

The word is that local Democrats are too tired from ’08 to fight for the Governor’s mansion this year.  You wouldn’t know it tonight in Fairfax City.   A  well-dressed crowd of 150+ came to the Blenheim House to enjoy live music from … Continue reading

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They’ve Got Talent, By George

One of the benefits of representing a college town is the wealth of opportunities for watching athletics and the performing arts. Tonight was the “Arts, By George” music and arts festival sponsored by George Mason University.  Students recruited from across the … Continue reading

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Old School Journalists Rock Civics Summit

I’m at the State Capitol today for the Civics Education Summit.  The all-day event for government teachers began with a panel featuring Anita Kumar of the Washington Post, Jeff Schapiro of the Richmond Times-Dispatch and Michael Sluss of the Roanoke Times on … Continue reading

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Event for Deeds on Sept 29

I’m sponsoring a fundraiser for Creigh Deeds, Democratic candidate for Governor, at the Blenheim House in Fairfax City on Tuesday, September 29th at 6:30 p.m.  You can RSVP at www.deedsforvirginia.com/fairfax  This is a fundraiser so please bring a check if … Continue reading

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A Day in Sperryville, the “Catholic Classic,” and more

It’s a hectic September weekend.  At 7:25 a.m., I arrived at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church in Vienna to warm up for their annual 5K race.   The OLGC 5K is the first half of the local “Catholic Classic,” which also includes … Continue reading

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