Come one, come all to the 39th annual Fairfax Fall Festival. It’s set for Saturday, Oct. 10, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., (rain date, Oct. 11) in downtown City of Fairfax and promises fun for everyone.
“That all the world will be in love” wrote Shakespeare. Such a deep wish for the ages from The Bard’s 400-year-old tragic tale of two young lovers hoping their feuding families would reconcile.
At gallery inside interior design store.
This month Persiano Gallery, an interior design store in The Kentlands, has opened its space for local artists to display their work along with the various collections of furniture from around the world.
Serbian food and entertainment among the offerings at SerbFest DC.
Saint Luke Serbian Orthodox Church offered the community a bit of Serbian hospitality last weekend when parishioners hosted the First Annual SerbFest DC.
A Family Fun Day was held on Sunday, Sept. 20 at the Reston Historic Trust and Museum along Lake Anne Village Center in Reston.
The Writers of Chantilly, a not-for-profit organization of local professional and aspiring writers in Chantilly, will recognize the winners of the 3rd Annual Student Writing Contest, co-sponsored by the Writers of Chantilly and the Chantilly Regional Public Library, at the Chantilly Regional Public Library on Sunday, Sept. 27.
Herndon native and Washington, D.C. resident Elizabeth Dean’s voice has been rocking European radio.
It really is a big, bright beautiful world. And love can surely conquer lots, even if you are a big green ogre named Shrek with some bad habits or a spirited princess named Fiona.
Gin Dance Company in performance on Oct. 21.
An evening to escape the stresses of daily lives and ever-present technology will be arriving at CenterStage courtesy of the Reston-based Gin Dance Company.
In spite of the remnants of rain from Hurricane Joaquin, the crowds were large at the Town of Vienna's annual Oktoberfest celebration last Saturday, Oct. 3
Comedian and inspirational speaker Mack Dryden headlines benefit for Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna.
When the Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna (SCPV) hosts a fundraiser, it does so big-time, pulling in professional artists esteemed in their fields.
Herndon park to host several October events.
With the arrival of autumn, Herndon’s Frying Pan Park is preparing upcoming events for people of all ages.
Despite renovation woes, The Vienna Theatre Company presents an evening of one-acts.
Although their home at the Vienna Community Center may be under construction, the Vienna Theatre Company is as active as ever.
Tells the classic story of blind and deaf Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan.
Aldersgate Church Community Theater (ACCT) is presenting "The Miracle Worker," the story written by William Gibson about the blind and deaf Helen Keller and her teacher Annie Sullivan, from Oct. 2-17 at the church located at 1301 Collingwood Road in Alexandria.
Carluccio’s Chef Alfio Celia juggles an industrial stove full of boiling kettles, one for the eggs that will go in the Nicoise salad and one for the chicken that will be brined for the chicken salad.