A reception was held on June 11 at ArtSpace Herndon for new exhibit, Truths in False Positives.
‘Guerrilla Theatre Works: At What Cost?’ at NextStop in Herndon.
Opening NextStop Theatre’s summer 2016 series of one-night only performances is a show about a very contemporary social issue; the search for home in an unsafe, complex world.
Chantilly High’s 30th annual Jazz & Pizzazz was June 8-11.
Brian Bui pulled the most cash-votes to take the title.
It took 45 auditions, months of preparation and community outreach, and dozens of sponsors and volunteers to come down to this moment: Vienna Idol 2016 finals.
Great Falls singer-songwriter Mary Ann Redmond kicks off 2016 series.
Families, neighbors, and groups of friends gathered on the Village Green, and as the hot summer day drifted into a cooler evening last Sunday, it really began to feel like summer in Great Falls.
Diane Roadcap of Springfield wants people to understand that animals are spiritual beings. Ever since she was a girl of five and felt drawn to a box at the local dump in Luray that contained a dog duct-taped to the inside, doomed to be incinerated, she says she’s had the gift of being able to translate for animals.
Friends of Richard Byrd Library host Summer Book Sale.
City of Fairfax celebrates man's best friend
Lake Anne Plaza is hosting its Third Annual Chalk on the Water Festival taking place the weekend of June 11-12.
David Akers and the Soul Shakers kick off the summer series running from June 4 to Aug. 27 at the Reston Town Center Pavilion.
Festivities went on without a hitch at Herndon Festival 2016
Lady Luck – if not the sun – shone down on the 36th annual Herndon Festival.
1st Stage’s “Floyd Collins”; Original, stunning musical.
A daring musical awaits patrons at 1st Stage Theater. It is the award-winning, rarely produced, “Floyd Collins.”
The halls were alive with the sound of music this past week at Langley High School as the choir performed classic Broadway hits during their annual concert.
The Farmers Market at Lewinsville Park, Fridays from 8 a.m. to noon.
Week in Great Falls