Monthly Archives: August 2011

Good Night Irene (Now it’s time to Go)

Sunday has dawned cool and windy.  Our power is on. With the rain tapering off, I went for a quick run across Main Street and through Westmore and Fairfax Villa.  All clear.  No major trees down. Driving around, it looks like the … Continue reading

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Calm Before Storm

It’s gray and cloudy at 10:45 a.m. in central Fairfax.  I took two kids on a bike ride this a.m. down the W&OD.  Lots of people out getting some last-second exercise. We stopped at Vienna Farmer’s Market and picked up … Continue reading

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Irene’s A-coming

Hurricane Irene is coming.  Here is the report from our state emergency team.   Looks like it will officially hit us on Saturday morning, although the rain is already falling heavily here. Stay tuned for further details.  Hurricane Isabal really rocked us in … Continue reading

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A Few Post-Primary Thoughts

Yesterday saw a seismic shock hit Virginia.  Literally.  Meanwhile, the results from yesterday’s political primaries were largely expected (with a couple exceptions). The main race in our area was the Democratic nomination for Braddock District Supervisor.  This was perhaps the … Continue reading

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What Just Happened Today?

Like all you, I had a very surreal experience at 1:50 this afternoon. I was joining some clients at “Cho’s Garden” restaurant in Fairfax City. We had just left Fairfax County Circuit Court and were sitting down for a buffet … Continue reading

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