Steve Hibbard started working for The Connection Newspapers in 1987 when he was hired as news editor for the Springfield Connection. Through the years, he has been entertainment editor, features editor, copy editor, web master, county editor and writer. He is most known as the editor of Centre View newspaper, a position he held for 21 years. He is now entertainment editor for six of the Connection newspapers. Steve attended the University of Maryland at College Park where he majored in journalism.
MetroStage hosts Pipeline Playwrights' first reading.
The new Pipeline Playwrights group in Alexandria is kicking off its 2017 inaugural series with "A Very Present Presence"
Gay and Tony Barclay live in an old farmhouse built in the 1860s.
Gay, 67, and Tony Barclay, 71, of Potomac have been married for 40 years; they live on River Road in an old farmhouse built in the 1860s.
A new Pipeline Playwrights group in Alexandria has launched its 2017 inaugural series with four new plays by four women writers.
Virginia Polar Dip attracts 200 participants; raises $80,000 for Camp Sunshine.
With water temperature at 38 degrees, more than 200 participants took the plunge in the 10th Annual Freezin' for a Reason (Virginia Polar Dip) on Saturday, Feb. 11, at Lake Anne Plaza's waterfront in Reston.
Plastic surgeon and dog groomer recall falling in love.
Becky Pugh, 57, and Dean Jabs, 63, of Bethesda (on the cusp of Potomac) were married 15 years ago in their cul-de-sac on Eagle Ridge Court with a tent in the back yard.
Sheila and Barry Taylor of Potomac have been married 58 years.
Sheila and Barry Taylor of Country Place in Potomac have been married for 58 years.
Synetic Theater in Crystal City is staging the Shakespeare comedy, "Taming of the Shrew," from Feb. 15 to March 19.
Gym rededication ceremony held during halftime of basketball game.
In a basketball halftime ceremony that included family and School Board member Ilryong Moon, the Lake Braddock Secondary School gym was rededicated in honor of Robert Carson, age 83, of Springfield who was the school's first Director of Student Activities from 1973 to 1988.
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.
Demonstration on how sap from maple trees is boiled down into sweet syrup.
Colvin Run Mill in Great Falls hosted a Maple Syrup Boil Down on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017.