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Calendar and Entertainment: Potomac

Calendar and Entertainment: Potomac

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Glenstone Expands Visitor Capacity

Guaranteed admission for students, active military personnel, museum professionals, and Ride-On Bus passengers, and extended summer hours

Visiting hours to the Faith Ringgold exhibition, Glenstone walking trails and patio extended until 7 p.m., through Sept. 5

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‘Music in the Gardens’ Opens in September in Vienna

Spotlighting women composers as Virginia Chamber Orchestra performs

Take In the stunning Korean Bell Garden located in Northern Virginia’s Meadowlark Botanical Gardens as the flawless backdrop to the Virginia Chamber Orchestra’s (VCO) ensemble’s latest outdoor series of live concerts.

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Shoestring Theatre Co. Presents ‘The Frenchman’

Original play about a French colony in Virginia

In the 18th century, a citizen of France traveled to America, came to Virginia and changed it forever by founding a French colony here.

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Lucky Danger Adds Twist to Chinese-American Food in Arlington

New take-out opens in Westport

Lucky Danger opened with much anticipation July 21 at Arlington’s Westport behind Pentagon City.

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Pedaling and Paddling the Reservoir in Reston

Savoring the last unofficial days of summer on Lake Anne

Water lovers made their way to docks at Lake Anne Plaza in Reston for one more summer Sunday, paddling and pedaling on the tree-lined reservoir.

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Appetite: Off the Menu: 4 Alexandria Restaurants With Weather-Resistant Outdoor Dining

In the Before Times, it was easy to know what to do in the face of extreme weather: Dine indoors.

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Powering Up Dark Skies

GFCA and Fairfax County plan to protect against light pollution.

Great Falls Citizens Association (GFCA) has been working for several years with Zoning in Fairfax County and with the district’s Fairfax County Supervisor John Foust (D-Dranesville) concerning regulations on outdoor lighting provisions.

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Silver Anniversary, Grande Finale

Last performance for Bowen McCauley Dance Company to celebrate final performance, at Kennedy Center

Lucy Bowen has decided to go out with a bang.

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Celebrating Solo Artistry in Tysons

1st Stage presents outdoor “Logan Festival of Solo Performance” at Tysons The Boro

Since 2017, 1st Stage’s annual Logan Festival of Solo Performance has been a singular presence in Northern Virginia.

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Appetite: Dine In, Out or at Home During This Summer Alexandria Restaurant Week

Like an old friend that you know you can rely on year after year, Alexandria’s summer Restaurant Week is almost here once more.

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Katie’s Cars and Coffee Back in Full Swing in Great Falls

Hundreds of enthusiasts turn out

Whether it is their fascination with antique, collector, exotic, or muscle cars, owners and enthusiasts are back bright and early Saturday mornings from 6 to 9 a.m. at Katie’s Cars and Coffee for their vehicle sensory overload.

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Snakeheads Are Thriving in Area Waters

Snakeheads taste like a tender pork chop, some say.

They lurk in the murky, sluggish shallows, their elongated bodies and splotchy, brown skin camouflaged in the shoreline’s woody detritus and dense vegetation.

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Glenstone Museum Expands Visitor Capacity

Guaranteed admission for students, active military personnel, museum professionals, and Ride-On Bus passengers, and extended summer hours

Visiting hours to the Faith Ringgold exhibition, Glenstone walking trails and patio extended until 7 p.m., through Sept. 5

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Arlington Swimmers Want Pool Agreement Reconsidered

Superintendent‘s decision not reviewed first by school board and pool patrons

Arlington taxpayer and swimmer Walt Edwards is angry.

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