Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill partner, managing chef and “Sultan of Smoke” Alejandro Benes is working to blend barbecue traditions, as well as cuts of meat.
The traveling exhibition of “Vietnam Combat Art,” which commemorates the 50th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, has been extended through Feb. 15 at the Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center, 10209 Main Street.
Fourth Grow Your Health Festival on March 5.
The Grow Your Health Festival will be on Saturday, March 5 at Fairfax High School, 3501 Rebel Run, Fairfax, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
“Romeo and Juliet” at the George Mason University Center for the Arts.
Fall in love again this Valentine’s weekend with “Romeo and Juliet.”
Event kicks off Parade Day celebrations.
U.S. Rep. Don Beyer (D-8) will be the keynote speaker at the annual Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association breakfast Feb. 15 to kick off the citywide George Washington Birthday Parade day celebrations.
Founds Cleod9 Music.
According to local music producer Ian McLeod, one of the biggest misconceptions about the music industry is that you have to move to New York City or Los Angeles in order to make anything happen.
Location moved to Westin Hotel.
The Old Town Boutique District will hold its annual Warehouse Sale Feb. 6 at the Westin Alexandria Hotel, a change in location from last year’s sale, which was held at the George Washington Masonic Memorial.
Beloved Yoga is presenting Meditation Workshops at Greater Reston Arts Center, “Contemplating Art: Thought Experiments, Black Holes, and Meditation” inviting all to experience firsthand Einstein’s “Thought Experiments” that formulated his Theory of Relativity.
STEP Team, Marching Band, Writing Center active at the school.
The Herndon High Step Team performed at the Strathmore on Saturday, Jan. 16 to celebrate and honor the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Winter exhibits at Herndon art gallery.
The quilts in ”Threaded with Green” on display at ArtSpace Herndon show the talent, dedication, and attention to detail from nineteen invited fiber artists. Every quilt in the show has an element of green.
When children are off from school in cold weather, there’s still fun to be found.
The children are off from school --- again. It’s winter and it’s cold, and, possibly, snowy. You’ve done the library (Patrick Henry and the Oakton Library), the movies (huge selection at Tysons AMC) and have taken the kids bowling (Bowl America is full of youngsters during “break”).
One-act drama co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters-Arlington and American Association of University Women-Arlington.
On Thursday, Feb 11, Ginny Mohler will be back at her old high school in Arlington, where she was a theater student 10 years ago. This time, she’ll be there as a prize-winning filmmaker, watching the Yorktown High School actors perform “The Girls Who Glow,” an adaptation of her screenplay. The one-act drama is a sister project of the feature film “Radium Girls” which Mohler co-wrote and is slated to direct this spring.
Sharing his perspective on life, sports and religion.
“Life is short, but it’s very wide,” said Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, in response to a question during the recent Conversations with Tyler: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
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