The voting is over, the ballots have been tallied and David Meyer is the new mayor of the City of Fairfax.
The DC-based restaurant “pop-uppery” has set up shop at the Torpedo Factory.
EatsPlace Cafe in the Torpedo Factory.
Event Kicks off the George Washington Celebration
Gen. John H. Tilelli (ret.) will be the keynote speaker at the Feb. 20 Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association annual breakfast.
Guitar Center opens in Alexandria.
Wedding Showcase to feature “Say Yes to the Dress” host Durham.
Monte Durham, co-host and fashion director of TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta,” will be the featured guest at the first annual Alexandria Wedding Showcase Feb. 19 at The Westin Alexandria.
Homero Escobar the chef at RT's Restaurant.
Fans of Marvin Gaye’s passionate songs and rich voice will have the opportunity to see his masterworks brought to life through dance and movement at Reston’s CenterStage.
Camerata, The Reston Chorale's 30-voice chamber ensemble, is presenting a concert on Sunday, Feb. 12, at the Reston Community Center's CenterStage.
Luke Brindley of Reston made the cut in the Folk/Acoustic category and is now a finalist to perform in a live concert performed by the competition’s finalists on Friday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m. at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, 7719 Wisconsin Avenue in downtown Bethesda.
The Lion Dance at the Potomac Library was one of several performances on Saturday, Feb. 4.
More than 200 students in South Lakes Pyramid perform 20 Broadway shows.
More than 200 students from South Lakes High Pyramid schools performed in "Broadway Night" last Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3-4, 2017, at the school.
Alex Bourzutschky of Potomac, a junior at the California Institute of Technology, will compete in the Jeopardy! College Championship, a two-week event which begins Monday, Feb. 13.
A mix of woodsy landscapes and impactful still lifes await the visitor to Katie’s Coffee House in the Great Falls Village Center.
Forestville Elementary Student Tyler Bowman, 11, just made his acting debut at the Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater in Washington, D.C.
In 1934, playwright Lillian Hellman did the unthinkable — she revealed the bitter truth.