Inside Your Fairfax Extra Today--inside Home Sexn.

This week's Fairfax Extra is, as usual, packed with lots of useful information for the Post's Fairfax readers. Michael Shear's Virginia Notebook column analyzes who won and who lost -- besides the candidates -- in last week's elections.

Also likely to draw strong interest is Jay Mathews' Extra Credit column which focuses on the plan to open a new gifted and talent center at Luther Jackson Middle School to handle overflow from an overcrowded center at Kilmer Middle School.

Each Thursday you can find the print edition of the Fairfax Extra tucked inside the Home section of the Washington Post anywhere newspapers are sold or delivered in the county. It has regular features, recent home sales (check out the the $old list of the highest priced homes) and crimes reports from your neighborhood, a monthly look at what new projects developers have in store, restaurant reviews, religion notes, volunteer opportunities, health briefs, arts and entertainment and sports listings and stories (see Preston Williams Varsity Letter column on high school second, third and fourth stringers today), as well as your letters to the editor (we can always use more of these) and much more.

By Focus on Fairfax |  November 16, 2006; 10:51 AM ET  | Category:  Misc.
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