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Battle of the Bands in Fairfax

Ten local bands compete for spot in the 2018 Braddock Nights Concert Series.

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Human History Through the Eyes of Cain

Synetic Theater stages "The Mark of Cain."

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Honoring Suffragists in Lorton

Workhouse Prison Museum holds bell-ringing ceremony, shows video in honor of 16 suffragists who were imprisoned there.

Workhouse Prison Museum

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Fourth of July Celebrated in Vienna

Yeonas Park hosts fireworks, music, evening show, and pie-eating contest.

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Orange Hunt Holds 4th of July Parade

Orange Hunt Holds 4th of July Parade

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Concerts in the Park Begin in McLean

Free concerts Sundays at 5 p.m. at McLean Central Park Gazebo.

Summer Sunday Concerts

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Port City Playhouse Presents ‘Fabulation’ in Arlington

"Fabulation, or the Re-education of Undine" is a satirical look at social stereotypes.

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A Musical About Fairfax History at Lorton Stage

Playwright Alex Bulova's “The Complete History of Fairfax: The Musical,” comes to Workhouse July 13-15.

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Herndon Football Coach is a Master Trainer

Jeremiah Davis named one of 19 football leaders from 15 states in USA Football's Heads Up Football Program.

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Graduation 2017: Westfield High Graduates 610 Students

16th Commencement Ceremony held at Eagle Bank Arena at George Mason University.

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Little Theatre of Alexandria Presents "Red, White, and Tuna"

A return to the Tuna, Texas franchise where actors play multiple comedic roles.

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Ride of the Patriots in Fairfax

Thousands of motorcyclists meet at Patriot Harley-Davidson on Memorial Day weekend.

Motorcycles ride in Fairfax

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Sit in on This ‘Master Class’ at MetroStage in Alexandria

Story centers on opera diva Maria Callas teaching at Juilliard School.

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Teen Filmmakers Win Awards in Film Festivals

McLean residents Benjamin Hunt’s and Josh Leong’s film accepted into nine film festivals.

Teen Filmmakers Win Awards in Film Festivals

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Little Free Library Dedicated in Clifton

Ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday at the Clifton Community Meeting Hall.

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Mount Vernon Residents: Airplane Noise Getting Worse

South Flow Alliance aims to get FAA to address noise.

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Residents: Airplane Noise Getting Worse

South Flow Alliance aims to get FAA to address noise in the Mount Vernon neighborhoods.

Residents speak out about airplane noise

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Chantilly Forensics Team Wins State Title Twice

Five students take first place; team scored 40 out of 80 points.

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Signature Theatre Stages ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ in Arlington

The iconic musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.

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SYC West End Rugby Going to Nationals

Both the Springfield boys’ and girls’ teams will be competing May 18-20.

Rugby in Springfield

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A Tribute to Del. Jim Scott

Fairfax County's elected officials, area residents honor former delegate and supervisor.

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Synetic Theater Presents ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’ in Crystal City

A wordless version of Victor Hugo's masterpiece set in Paris.

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Men's Grey Haired Basketball League

Burke group for men in their 50s and 60s meets Sundays for camaraderie and exercise.

Grey Haired Basketball League

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Pipeline Playwrights Presents ‘Unprotected’ in Alexandria

MetroStage hosts play where mother and daughter confront issue of sexual assault.

Unprotected at MetroStage in Alexandria

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The Ice Cream Race will include a sweet slide.

The Ice Cream Race will include a sweet slide.

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Basketball Fundraiser at Oakton High

Mosby Woods and Providence Elementary Schools raise $1,000 for charity.

"I Ain't Made That Way"

Play about family in Keokee, Va., which gathers to celebrate its favorite son.

The Shoestring Theatre Company is presenting "I Ain't Made That Way" on April 22 and April 23 in Fairfax as part of the Fairfax Spotlight on the Arts Festival 2017.

Reston Celebrates Founder's Day

53rd Anniversary of Reston's founding by Robert E. Simon Jr.

Reston Celebrates Founder's Day

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The Arlington Players Presents ‘She Loves Me’

Charming musical about pen pals who fall in love in 1930s Budapest.

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ACCT Presents ‘Connecticut Yankee’ Play in Alexandria

Mark Twain farce about American who is transported back to 6th century England.

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Fashion Show To Benefit Salvation Army

March 24 fundraiser for Women's Auxiliary of the Fairfax Corps to support projects.

Around 200 people are expected to attend the 37th annual Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary Fairfax Fashion Show scheduled for Friday, March 24 at the Waterford at Fair Oaks.

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Over 50 and Playing Basketball

Women's NOVA Fifty and Over Basketball League enjoy friendships and travel.

If you're over 50 and a woman, you're never too old to play basketball.

Pipeline Playwrights' Next Reading

"The Men My Mother Loved" by Soo-Jin Lee at Alexandria's MetroStage on March 20.

Pipeline Playwrights will present its next reading of the world premiere play, "The Men My Mother Loved," by Soo-Jin Lee on Monday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m. at MetroStage in Alexandria.

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Area Filmmakers at Bethesda Film Fest

Films include art of painting with wax, history of collard greens, and a doctor walking the line of his own morality.

The fifth annual Bethesda Film Fest will take place on Friday and Saturday, March 17-18, and will feature five short documentaries made by local filmmakers.

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Arlington's Signature Stages ‘Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing’

Story about a songstress whose off-key singing becomes a pop phenomenon in the 1960s.

Signature Theatre in Arlington is staging "Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing" from now through March 26.

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Local Filmmakers at Bethesda Film Fest

Films include art of painting with wax, history of collard greens, and a doctor walking the line of his own morality.

Filmmakers from Alexandria, Arlington

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Celebrating the Persian New Year at Tysons Corner Center

The Nowruz Festival will be held Sunday, March 12

Following 3,000 years of customs and traditions, the colorful Nowruz Festival — the Persian New Year celebration — will be held on Sunday, March 12, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This year's festival, with more than 75 booth vendors, is free and will be held in front of Bloomingdale's at Tysons Corner Center.

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Pioneering Change For Autism

University of Virginia seminar studies tension between “The Science & Lived Experience of Autism.”

Despite a recent surge in attention and research over the past decade about autism, controversy exists.

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Book Talk To Commemorate Women’s History Month

Author Rosemary Reed Miller to discuss "The Threads Of Time, The Fabric Of History."

Author Rosemary Reed Miller, 77, of Washington, D.C., will be speaking at the Potomac Library on Saturday, March 18 at 2 p.m., about her book, "The Threads Of Time, The Fabric Of History: Profiles Of African American Dressmakers And Designers From 1850 To The Present."

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LTA Stages ‘Key for Two’

British farce with situational and physical humor.

The Little Theatre of Alexandria (LTA) is staging "Key for Two" from Feb. 25 to March 18.

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'A Very Present Presence'

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"

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Another Valentine's Day Love Story

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.

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Pipeline Playwrights Hosts Inaugural Series

A new Pipeline Playwrights group in Alexandria has launched its 2017 inaugural series with four new plays by four women writers.

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Freezin' for a Reason in Reston

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.

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