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Obituary: Dr. Timothy A. Cohn

Dr. Timothy A. Cohn, U.S. Geological Survey statistical hydrologist and expert on flood risks, water quality, and hydrologic trends, died at his home in Reston, surrounded by his loved ones, on Feb. 20, 2017, a few days short of his 60th birthday.

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Reston Soccer Field Proposal Gets Kicked Off the Table

Foul calls exchanged.

The Reston Association Board of Directors voted to kill a proposal by the Reston Soccer Association to fund the renovation of the Lake Newport Soccer Park on Reston Parkway.

Musical Good Times at CenterStage, Reston

“Rock of Ages” produced by Reston Community Players.

Return to the glorious days of 1980s’ rock.

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Art in Strokes, Notes and Words

When painters, poets and composers respond to each other’s works, a trilogy of magic happens.

The Poetry Society of Virginia (PSV) and Reston Art Gallery & Studio (RAGS) made Herndon the second stop on their regional tour of "Springtime in Winter: An Ekphrastic Study in Art, Poetry, and Music."

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Derek Jasper’s ‘Epiphany’ at NextStop in Herndon

An evening of mind reading and the unusual.

Local audience demand has been so robust that Evan Hoffmann, NextStop Theatre’s artistic director, said he “had to bring back Derek Jasper to the NextStop stage for a third time. It will be an evening of live entertainment like no other.”

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Pioneering Change For Autism

University of Virginia seminar studies tension between “The Science & Lived Experience of Autism.”

Despite a recent surge in attention and research over the past decade about autism, controversy exists.

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Winners Named in 8th Annual Fine Art Photography Competition

First Place Winner had never entered a photography competition.

Professional and amateur photographers as well as art enthusiasts gathered Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Post Gallery, ArtSpace Herndon located in the Historic Downtown District to celebrate the 8th Annual Fine Art Photography Competition and Exhibit.

Renewing an Old Promise

In the Sound of the Bells

A few weeks after I moved to Potomac, one of my parishioners, Ellie Cain, presented me with a Potomac flag.

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Civil War-era Dance

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Book Talk To Commemorate Women’s History Month

Author Rosemary Reed Miller to discuss "The Threads Of Time, The Fabric Of History."

Author Rosemary Reed Miller, 77, of Washington, D.C., will be speaking at the Potomac Library on Saturday, March 18 at 2 p.m., about her book, "The Threads Of Time, The Fabric Of History: Profiles Of African American Dressmakers And Designers From 1850 To The Present."

Lunch and Learn About Cuba

A first-hand account of growing up in Castro's Cuba, emigrating alone to the United States as a teenager, and making a life first in Chicago, then New York and finally Maryland is what Potomac Community Village (PCV) members and guests will hear from speaker Simon Babil at a free brown bag luncheon presentation open to all in the community.

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Where's the Snow?

Potomac residents filled the courtyard in the village on Friday, Feb. 24, savoring each moment of a week of springtime in February.

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Homeowners Oppose Proposed Transit Area Tax

Lack of notification also criticized.

Homeowners voiced concern about paying a proposed service district tax that is being proposed in Reston and outside the Town of Herndon.

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Keep It Simple in Arlington

County manager proposes two cent tax rate increase.

One cent for Metro. One cent for Arlington Public Schools.

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Snapshot in Arlington

Letter to the Editor: Much to Do

A new report from the American Road & Transportation Builders Association paints a troubling picture of our nation’s crumbling infrastructure.

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The 25th annual Feel the Heritage Festival

The 25th annual Feel the Heritage Festival

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Celebrating Heritage at Drew Community Center

Exhbits include little known accomplishments in Black history.

Who was Charles Drew?

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Raising a Service Dog

Canine Companions for Independence puppies will assist people with disabilities.

Even for those who consider themselves “dog people” through and through, like Arlington resident Jeanna Sullivan, the process of raising a puppy for Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) can be unexpectedly fulfilling and life-changing.

“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs, for March 5-11

“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington Office of Senior Adult Programs, for March 5-11.