Monthly Archives: April 2013

A Monumental 10K

Today was the annual Monument Avenue 10K in Richmond.  It’s one of the best days of the year in central Virginia (or anywhere for that matter).  The Capital City celebrates like it does on no other day.  Even for part-time … Continue reading

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It’s Better to Give than to Receive (in Richmond)

It’s mid-April, which means that hearts and minds are forgetting the 2013 General Assembly session and focusing on new things, namely the new election cycle. In tandem with birds singing and flowers blooming, you can usually count on a good … Continue reading

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FCPS Taps New Superintendent

Here’s the news. Looks like she got her start as a classroom teacher.  A big step from Lubbock to Fairfax, but I like the fact that the Board is choosing a former teacher.

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Passed by the Jolly Green Giant!

It was chilly  at 9 a.m. this morning at Fairfax Corner Center, where a few hundred lawyers, paralegals and others participated in the annual 5K “Run for Justice.”  This is an annual race sponsored by the Fairfax Bar Association and numerous local firms.  Proceeds … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life

“Woke up.  Got out of bed.  Dragged a comb across my head.” Classic Beatles song. Straight off Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. So here’s how my day went today, our first real spring weekend: 8:30 a.m.  I’m next door … Continue reading

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