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Sterling Blog: ‘On 42nd Street’

In just a week, “42nd Street,” directed by Sterling’s own John Geddie, will hit the stage at the theatre at Potomac Falls High School, 6400 Algonkian Pkwy., and the cast is bringing their dancing shoes and singing songs that you will be belting out in the shower for weeks to come, including “We’re in the Money” and “The Lullaby of Broadway.”

Sterling Blog: Cats, cobras and catches

When I was five, a white cat came into our backyard. My parents made the mistake of telling my sister and brother and me that if the cat was there in the morning, we could keep it.

River Creek Blog: Remembering Bazil Newman

This week 165 years ago, Bazil Newman at age 72 was laid to rest in the Newman family cemetery, located opposite the 13th tee box at River Creek along Olympic Boulevard. Newman, an African-American, owned and farmed 119 acres near the Potomac River and Goose Creek.

Lovettsville Blog: Oktoberfest presents The Reagan Years

The Lovettsville town green was flooded with enthusiastic music fans Saturday as the 1980s tribute band The Reagan Years came to town.

Cascades Blog: Feeding the children this summer

Seven of the nine Loudoun County Public Schools serving free meals throughout the summer are located in Sterling.

Middleburg Blog: Furr Farm opens its doors

For the first time, the historic Furr Farm on Snickersville Turnpike at Oatlands Road, a farm and home on the National Register for Historic Places and Homes, will be open for a tour.

Sterling Blog: Fourth festivities

This July 4, Claude Moore Park will be hosting their annual “Ol’ Time Fourth of July” celebration.

River Creek Blog: Celebrate Independence Day

John Adams initially thought July 2 marked the nation’s independence. By odd coincidence, on that date in 2017, the Lansdowne Resort and Spa extends an invitation to those who would like to enjoy food from local food trucks, local Virginia wineries and breweries, plus fun games for little ones and adults.

Sterling Blog: Silence

I had plans for this column this week. It was going to be about things to do in our community, places to go and a celebration of our vibrancy.

Cascades Blog: Falcons Landing presents $75,000 in scholarships

The Falcons Landing retirement community acknowledged the promise and hard work of 15 Loudoun County Public High School seniors last week by awarding each of them with a $5,000 college scholarship.

Middleburg Blog: Middleburg Concert Series

For the upcoming June 25 concert, the Middleburg Concert Series will feature world-renowned classical pianist Brian Ganz with celebrated Arkansas Symphony string artists Algimantas Staskevicius (violin) and Tatiana Kotcherguina (viola).

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