Spring in Vienna
Sam Ludwig making it big on professional stage.
Sam Ludwig is an award winning professional actor who has not forgotten his Vienna, Va. roots.
Participants will create mobiles from repurposed natural and manmade materials
The Vienna Arts Society (VAS) has scheduled its first, “Planet Art for Kids” event in celebration of Earth Day, Saturday, April 30 at the VAS center on Pleasant Street, Vienna.
Profile: Bertrand Chemel, executive chef, 2941 and Pizzeria Orso in Falls Church.
Whether you crave a whole Neapolitan pizza from Pizzeria Orso or an upscale dish with house-made fresh potato gnocchi from 2941, you must thank the mastermind—and master chef—behind these very diverse Falls Church restaurants.
Elisabetta Cantatore, 19, beats out 700 applicants; will compete in nationals.
Elisabetta Cantatore, 19, of Great Falls was named Miss Teen Virginia on Sunday, April 3 in Richmond, beating out 700 teen applicants from across the Commonwealth of Virginia, and 122 girls at the pageant itself.
“So Many Parks – So Little Time - Celebrating our National Parks’ Centennial” an exhibit of photography capturing iconic as well as unusual scenes from our National Parks throughout the U.S.
Great Falls Farmers Market to celebrate 10th anniversary with “farmers market basket.”
The years have passed in quiet footsteps of vendors and local neighbors coming and going, loving and appreciating, doing finest work and choosing only the finest for our loving families’ nourishment and refinement.
Former award winners, Great Falls Historical Society (GFHS) board and members and many friends of Betty Swartz gathered last Thursday to participate in celebrating Betty's many contributions.
On Thursday, May 5, the Great Falls Writers Group (GFWG), along with artists from the Great Falls Studios, combine creative energy to host a public event at the Great Falls Library to recognize the community’s volume of artistic talent.
Art Walk in the Village: First Fridays will kick off on Friday, May 6, 2016 in the Village Center in Great Falls.
As a producer of plays I find the playwright’s inspiration for a play to be fascinating.
Parking and Transportation Board approves food trucks at Metro sites, but not in Old Town.
Food trucks took three steps into Alexandria following a City Council meeting on April 16, but an April 25 Parking and Transportation Board hearing may have set them two steps back.
Alexandria has plethora of market options throughout the year.
The dawn of spring brings lots of vendors back to Alexandria’s farmer’s markets. Fresh lettuce, tomatoes, the short-but-sweet ramp season — it’s always a feast for the senses this time of year. Here are three area vendors to pay particular attention to.
Centreville High presents “The Three Musketeers.”
Featuring a cast of 34 and a crew of 12, Centreville High’s dramedy, “The Three Musketeers,” is all set to burst upon the stage.
Chantilly High presents “The Man Who Came to Dinner.”
There’ll be laughs galore when Chantilly High presents the comedy, “The Man Who Came to Dinner.” It’s the school’s Cappies show and contains a cast and crew of 52.